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Tanqueray N0. Ten Gin
Tanqueray N0. Ten Gin is a Premium gin, London Dry type. It is a gin from England, very recent, dating from the year 2000.
Tanqueray gin was distilled initially in 1830 by Charles Tanqueray in the London Borough of Bloomsbury.
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Tanqueray N0. Ten Gin is handcrafted in small batches using an exclusive four-distillation process. It is obtained by three distillations of the grain, and a fourth of the botanical components to which chamomile flower and citrus are added.
The differential element of the mythical Tanqueray N0. Ten resides in its citrus heart of natural white grapefruit, freshly cut Florida oranges and limes.
Tanqueray N0. Ten Gin Tasting Notes
- View: Tanqueray N0. Ten Gin has a clean and transparent color.
- Nose: Citrus, herbaceous scents and chamomile flower are perceived.
- Palate: Intense and refreshing. Citrus notes with hints of grapefruit, orange and lime. Subtle finish with shades of juniper and balsamic notes of chamomile.
The ideal glass is a ballon glass and the perfect serving is as it follows: Fill the glass with ice up to the top, add Tanqueray N0. Ten and a thin slice of lime. Squeeze half a lime. Complete with Fever-Tree Tonic Water. Stir with an agitator and pass a lime peel over the edge of the glass to get an even more refreshing effect.
Buying Tanqueray N0. Ten Gin in En Copa de Balón is easy, convenient, and with the guarantee to get the best giny at the best price, and in perfect condition.
Distribuido por: Diageo España, S.A.- Edif. Spirit.- Avda de la Victoria, 32 (28023 Madrid)
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