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Tanqueray Export Strength 43.1%

(70cl, 43.1%)

Tanqueray Export Strength 43.1%
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Tanqueray Export Bottling Note

The lower strength version of Tanqueray Export Strength. It boasts a phenomenally fruity, spicy palate with big zesty, citrusy top notes which make this gin the perfect all-rounder.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Aromatic. Cedar, juniper oil, a little citrus zest.

Palate: Huge juniper, spicy notes of orange and lemon peel, a little aniseed.

Finish: Long finish, very full and thick with juniper.

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Tanqueray Export Strength 43.1% Reviews

Easily the best Gin in the world.

It's unbelievable to think this Gin was made in 1830 and its still one of the best in the world with all the new ones that have popped up. It has a distinctly juniper forward aroma that delivers in flavour and also has a lovely peppery lemony-ness. The best London Dry out there and for a decent price! Makes an amazing Gin and Tonic and perfect Gin for mixing. Truly a league of its own.

22nd February 2021

Quality in it's flexibility, don't underestimate.

True to say this gin is nothing amazing but, it has a very nice balanced, sweet side flavour to it, the strength provides some push, and it's trump card I've found is that I've mixed it with all manor of tonic flavours and fruits and it always delivers something different {see 'A good cocktail bar staple' review}. I'ts versatility alone should keep it in most peoples gin selection.

2nd September 2020

No frills. It delivers

Unlike myself this gin is bold and uncomplicated. A go-to staple.

22nd July 2020

A good cocktail bar staple

A decent tasty gin, great for cocktails. I don’t often buy this one as it’s not my favourite dry gin however is a good bar staple.

21st April 2020

classic taste

Bold - fruity - linear - no bitter after taste.

No added gimmick ingredients.

classic taste

7th October 2019


A nice, average-tasting gin, but it has a bit more alcohol burn than others.

1st December 2018

Excellent staple/baseline gin

An incredibly versatile gin and the best of the Tanqueray line up. this will give you a good G&T, Negroni and even Martini (although no.10 or beefeater would make a better martini) at a price that cannot be bested. Much, much better than the likes of Gordons and Bombay Sapphire and if you are new to gin worth comparing as a herby/spicy forward with the likes of beefeater (floral forward) and plymouth (citrus forward) to benchmark. Any one of these 3 gins will appeal to the majority of gin-drinkers palates (although not everyone as perhaps indicated below).

27th March 2016

Overated Uncivilised Swill

Tanqueray is overpriced garbage that appeal's to the 20 something frat boy who wants to get "wasted man" literally all I can taste is just the strength of it. It smells how it tastes which if have to say is like £1 cologne I have smelt better on Russian taxi drivers. I wouldn't even wash my bathtub with it wouldn't be fair on the plughole. I have no idea how this wins awards still to this day, but then again ASDA'S and Lidl's gin which mainly comprises of two main ingredients one of which being Juniper Berries and the other being Lighter Fluid seems to take gold medals that says it all. I have this suspicion if it wasn't for the higher alcohol content than most gins, this swill would not raved about near as much. Save your cash Bombay Sapphire, Gordon's and Beefeater are all cheaper and far better.

7th December 2015

My go to gin

I have gins that are more complex and interesting, but for a day to day tipple, it can't be beaten. Rangpur to mix things up.

5th January 2015

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