Born in the 10th Still
Tanqueray Gin was initially distilled in 1830 by Charles Tanqueray in the Bloomsbury district of London. When Charles died in 1868, his son Charles Waugh Tanqueray inherited the distillery, which continued to operate until it was severely damaged during World War II. The only facility to survive the bombing, now known as "Old Tom", has since been moved to Cameron Bridge, Scotland.
Tanqueray No. TEN is handcrafted in small batches using quadruple distillation process, with the heart of the Gin created in the ‘Tiny Ten’ still. Using fresh, whole citrus fruits during the process it greatly adds to the depth of character inherent in Tanqueray No. TEN Gin.
London Dry Gin