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Tanqueray: new tastes from a modern classic

Two flavoured gins and a range of RTDs offer new, convenient and delicious ways to enjoy what so many have come to love

Amongst all the change, growth and hype in the gin category the past few years, Tanqueray has remained a rare classic. Its been a favourite of gin fans since 1830, and it's still based on a 180-year-old recipe.

But sometimes, blending time-honoured tradition with bright new trends can produce exceptional results and the latest offerings from Tanqueray definitely fit the bill.

New Tanqueray Rangpur pairs the bold zestiness of lime with the juicy sweetness of mandarin for a masterful blend of citrus notes. Made with exotic Rangpur lime and other fine botanicals, its a fusion of British and Indian traditions thats strikingly different (but wonderfully drinkable).

Tanqueray Rangpur, gin

Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla, on the other hand, offers a beautifully bittersweet taste of sun-drenched Seville oranges. Inspired by Charles Tanquerays original recipes, it features delicate orange blossom, the tanginess of ripe Seville oranges, and a complex blend of flowers, herbs and spices.

tanqueray flor de sevilla, gin

Both make spectacular summer cocktails trust us, weve tried more than a couple! But if you fancy something a little simpler to sample, Tanquerays new RTDs mean you can enjoy bar-quality drinks at home. Or at the beach. Or at your next social event. Theyre good anywhere, and good to go anytime.

Tanqueray Gin & Tonic delivers premium G&T taste down to the last detail including the distinctive Tanqueray bottle while Tanqueray Sevilla Gin & Soda adds a modern spin with the Mediterraneans favourite oranges.

Its a big step for a brand steeped in tradition and renowned for sticking to what works.

Fortunately as youll discover when you taste them each of these new creations works like a charm.

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