Created by potrace 1.12, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2015

Currency and Delivery Country

We're just loading our login box for you, hang on!

Tarquin's The Seadog Navy Strength

(70cl, 57%)

Tarquin's The Seadog Navy Strength

Sorry about this...

We can't actually ship Tarquin's The Seadog Navy Strength to you in United States at the moment. We're working on a solution.

Tarquin's The Seadog Navy Bottling Note

Southwestern Distillery's excellent Tarquin's Gin bottled at 57% abv! Orris root, green cardamom seeds, cinnamon and violets are all used and the gin is distilled in Tamara, their copper pot still named after the goddess of the Tamar.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Spicy juniper and cardamom with sweet, fragrant citrus and pine, sweet almond.

Palate: Fragrant and fresh, rounded notes from the nose, black pepper warmth.

Finish: Big, spicy and drying.

Overall: A fantastic gin for all you salty seadogs and land lubbers alike! Excellent in cocktails.

Tell us what you think of Tarquin's The Seadog Navy Strength

Please enter your details to make it easier for us to help you further.

country flag
No spam and entirely confidential. That's a promise.

The legal stuff: not providing your contact details may mean we have to delete your comments if another member of our community complains about them. You should know that we will store your details securely just in case we need to get in touch with you about your post in the future. That information will be held by us in accordance with our Privacy Policy (although, in the case where you only give us your name and contact details in connection with a review, we will never use that information for any promotional or marketing purposes). Please click here for more details.

Tarquin's The Seadog Navy Strength Reviews

Bold and delicious

It’s strong and spot on

6th June 2020

Hardcore and Excellent

Personally, I love this in a nice dry martini with an olive. But you probably only need one; two at most. It's strong, but delicious.

23rd April 2020

A proper Ginny gin

The Sea dog's B*****ks with fevertee Mediterranean tonic and a muddle of orange

28th June 2019

Something to appreciate!!

Absolutely brilliant!! Not for the faint hearted though! Think of it as the Lagavulin of the Gin world. Needs a good tonic Elder-flower FT maybe with a couple of cubes of ice. Lovely.

6th April 2019

A different animal with schizophrenia!

On its own I would have to say no! Far too overpowering to pick up any of the botanicals used, but add some decent tonic and it's a different story... The Seadog needs taming to get it at its best!!!

15th May 2018

One of the best

Amazingly smooth considering the high abv.
Lots of fresh citrus hence the milky look when added to tonic. Great in a negroni too

9th February 2018

The best ever? I think so

Just tasted this last evening. It was perfect. Tried it with lime, then with cucumber, both set a significant taste to the gin and should be used with care. A dip of what you like (lime or cucumber) is enough.
This is high quality gin, maybe the best ever.

14th January 2018

Worth a try, but not

I wanted to love it, it has a great story, it’s british and it looks great. Sadly, there are many other gins I prefer. It also turned the tonic milky - a bit like moonshine. Maybe due to the alcohol content. Not to my taste, but not a bad gin. One for the cabinet when you’re feeling brave.

8th January 2018

Not recommended

Hmm, I’m a salty seadog but really don’t rate this at all. Very heavy and hangover guaranteed for me. Gin should be clean but this has a heavy taste and turns the tonic a bit milky.

26th December 2017

Best Gin in the World 2017 SFWSC ... indeed!

Best Gin in the World SFWSC 2017 and yes, what a great gin. The botanicals and flavours that can sometimes be lost in the regular 'Blue' Tarquins are all here. The violets jump out, the orange citrus beautifully forward. Supped on ice from a 50ml taster with a can of FT light and it was beautiful and elegant with lifted power. Now selling like hot cakes in Kernow despite the 57% strength. We can't get enough of it.

3rd June 2017

Recently viewed