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Tanqueray Rangpur

(70cl, 41.3%)

Tanqueray Rangpur

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Tanqueray Rangpur Bottling Note

Something different here from Tanqueray. This gin is flavoured with Rangpur limes, also known as a mandarin orange. These highly acidic fruits, actually orange in colour, impart a fresh, zesty zing to this refreshing gin. Roll on summer!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Lots of zest on the nose, fresh citrus peel and just-cut botanicals.

Palate: Not as sharp and citric as the nose suggests, instead offering a pleasantly balanced gin flavour that's instantly recognisable as Tanqueray.

Finish: Smooth yet dry and lemony.

Overall: In a word, refreshing! The perfect gin for a G&T on the lawn.

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Tanqueray Rangpur Reviews

Not good.

Don’t like it.

12th September 2020

sweet, maybe too sweet, too much zest

sweet, maybe too sweet, too much zest, not for sipping.

26th August 2020

Extremely refreshing

I ain't sure why some folks have rated it 2/3 stars; probably didn't find the right mixer? IMHO, this is one of the best from the house of Tanqueray. Mix it with Cucumber Tonic and a couple of slices of Cucumber or if you know how to make floral looking cucumber do that - I'd put in a lots of ice, add a couple of slices of cucumber, pour 50ml Gin in it (slowly); then slowly pour Cucumber Tonic in it to fill the glass (I'd not use high-ball but more traditional one); let it settle down a bit and then stir n let it cool down a bit more - for best results, put your gin bottle in 5 C for about an hour before mixing it. You can't go wrong with this combination.

15th December 2019


I concur with many others here. I am not a fan of Tanqueray in general, but this is wonderful with tonic water.

18th July 2019


I am drinking this gin for the first time on a cold night in New England (U.S.) before the New Year, and I think it is delightful.

30th December 2018

Try It - You Won't Be Disappointed

My husband bought this as a gift for me and I have to admit I was underwhelmed when I saw it was from the Tanqueray range. However, I have to say that his is one of the best gins I've tasted for some time (and I've tried many). It has a slight, almost undetectable bitterness, but is so delicious, and is now up there with my favourite gins.

22nd November 2018

Try it!

Very impressed. Not a fan of other Tanqueray gins.

9th October 2018

Great gin its must a add to your bar

Very smooth gin it's now my go to gin especially if you are doing a keto diet

26th August 2018

Best gin ever

Best gin I’ve ever tasted

17th July 2018


Not as good as Sevilla orange

3rd July 2018

Affordable no. one gin with very special tase

Strong flavor of lime; terrifically fresh taste
Smells like citrus blossom...
In best harmony with Schweppes Indian dry

1st March 2018

Really pleasant

Easy to sip, perfect for a sunny evening

7th May 2017


Had it first time in Tenerife loved it drink of choice

20th December 2016

A really good gin

With Fevertree Indian tonic, this gin really comes to life... not artificial just real gin but with note of hard to define flavours. general gin bouquet, pleasing, overall I really like this well price gin.

1st November 2016

Great gateway gin

Back when I was just learning about gin, I discovered Rangpur – and loved it! It also taught me to love the martini--with its touch of orange sweetness. By now, I've learned to prefer gin proper (i.e., less sweetness, more juniper), so Rangpur has dropped a little lower on my list. But it's the gin I always use when making cocktails for people unaccustomed to the spirit-- and unfailingly, they love it!

21st October 2016



4th January 2016

I love it

very fresh (and refreshing), it might be the name but it makes me think of old colonial style drinks parties

8th June 2015

One of the best

I own a large array of gins. I know sometimes Diageo gets a bad rap, but I think Rangpur is a lovely, versatile gin. I love a G&T and could drink this all day and night

5th January 2015

Genuinely different and delicious

Served in a gin bar in Palma about a year ago and hooked ever since. Genuinely different gin but with all the gin credentials. Delicious and for a change less than £30!

18th November 2014

I'll take this over the Ten

I love Gin, but my special purchases usually go on Single Malts, so I only tend to drink the more widely available Gins others buy with the exception of a few artisan Gins I've had in top bars.
Of all the Gin I've tried this and Hendricks are my favourites.
I'll take this over the "Ten" any day of the week, especially considering the price difference. Drink it neat if you like but a strong G&T is my favourite way to take it. To me this has an interesting and unique taste and I would struggle to choose between this and Hendricks as my number 1.

14th August 2013

Easily loveable

This gin has been amongst my favourite Gin's for some time now. It's elegant, yet tastefull. It has a superb freshness to it- dry, suttle spices, fresh lime peel and hints of citric acid. It is easily drinkable; make your faavorite Gin fiz or G&T and chill out in the sun. I think this one i more interesting that the "Ten" and more elegant than the traditional Tangeray.

28th May 2012

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