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Tanqueray Old Tom Relaunched

Diageo has recreated Tanqueray Old Tom Gin for the global on-trade and speciality retailers. The launch is limited to 100,000 bottles and follows the release of Tanqueray Malacca last year. The Old Tom style is said to bridge the flavour gap between Dutch genevers and the London Dry style. Diageo described Old Tom as 'lighter than a genever, but more full-bodied and sweeter than a London Dry.' The aim is to allow bartenders to recreate authentic Old Tom cocktails with a true sense of how they would have tasted historically. As part of the launch, they have identified 10 historical Old Tom cocktails.


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