Tanqueray No 10

Tanqueray No 10 was introduced in 2000 and pays a little more attention to detail than the London Dry. It takes its name from the still in which the 'citrus heart' is produced, Tiny 10, which differs from the other pot still in that it is heated by a steam jacket. Fresh oranges, limes and grapefruits are used to produce the citrus heart - which explains the fruity notes balanced with white pepper spice, floral chamomile and earthiness.

Distilled in Cameron Bridge, Fife, Scotland.

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