Reviewed on 03-24-2020
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Rating 94
Style
Produced In England
ABV 47.3%
Availability Year Round
Price $33.00 

The Full Review

Tanqueray markets No. Ten as the “ultimate cocktail gin,” and it’s hard to argue with that assertion. Its profile is delicate enough not to overpower, but its aromas and flavors are sufficiently concentrated to make sure they won't get lost when mixed with other ingredients. The nose is delicate, with herbal notes that include lemon thyme, mint, sweet cucumber, and a lot of citrus. The palate is honeyed and floral, with a dry, crisp finish. This is a must-have on any home bar.

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Tanqueray No. Ten Gin
Tanqueray markets No. Ten as the “ultimate cocktail gin,” and it’s hard to argue with that assertion. Its profile is delicate enough not to overpower, but its aromas and flavors are sufficiently concentrated to make sure they won't get lost when mixed with other ingredients. The nose is delicate, with herbal notes that include lemon thyme, mint, sweet cucumber, and a lot of citrus. The palate is honeyed and floral, with a dry, crisp finish. This is a must-have on any home bar.

Reviewed On: 03-24-2020
94
POINTS
Tanqueray No. Ten Gin
Tanqueray markets No. Ten as the “ultimate cocktail gin,” and it’s hard to argue with that assertion. Its profile is delicate enough not to overpower, but its aromas and flavors are sufficiently concentrated to make sure they won't get lost when mixed with other ingredients. The nose is delicate, with herbal notes that include lemon thyme, mint, sweet cucumber, and a lot of citrus. The palate is honeyed and floral, with a dry, crisp finish. This is a must-have on any home bar.

Reviewed On: 03-24-2020