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Tanqueray Alcohol Free 0.0%

(70cl, 0%)

Tanqueray Alcohol Free 0.0%
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Tanqueray Alcohol Free Bottling Note

Tanqueray Alcohol Free 0.0% features the same blend of botanicals used in Tanqueray London Dry Gin, but doesn't feature the alcohol! Produced using a secret distillation process, it manages to capture of junipery deliciousness of the spirit, meaning you can enjoy some marvellous drinks even if you're cutting back on alcohol.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Oily juniper, liquorice, lemon zest, pine.

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Tanqueray Alcohol Free 0.0% Reviews

junipery but overly sweet, overpriced, disappointed

As a fan of gin I usually have 5 or 6 brands open at any one time and when ever I get a new one I do a blind tasting with several existing and the new one to see where it ranks - small shot of each poured over one ice cube. To give this zero gin a fair chance I didn't do the comparison and tried to keep an open mind when tasting for the first time.

First impression is the herby, junipery element - which is good. Unfortunately I didn't like the following sweetness, far too sweet for my taste. And, as some of the other reviews have mentioned, it seems an artificial sweetness rather than good old sugar. The sweetness is, for me, the overpowering impression and left me grasping for ideas as to what a good mix would be. The only thing I could think of was Campari - but didn't try as that defeats the dry January target. It might work in a dry vermouth Negroni, as it wouldn't need the sweetness of the red vermouth. I ended up drinking over ice with orange juice and was quite pleasant when all the drink had gone and the ice melted in the empty glass giving the water a lightly fragranced edge with that first impression lingering.

So to sum up - disappointed, sweet, not to my taste and overpriced (considering its 0% alcohol and the alcohol is what attracts the Duty - any HMRC people out there?). I will finish it but probably won't buy again, unless I find something amazing to mix it with.

9th January 2023


Very disappointed with 0%, nothing ar all like the real and best Tanqueray.

11th December 2022

Wonderful discovery

I discovered it in Italy. My favorite gin with alcohol and now my favorite non alcohol gin. Brilliant. Now you need to market it in the USA. Great for those who need to avoid alcohol but love gin.

19th October 2022


This is brilliant put with fevertree elderflower tonic will definitely be buying this again. Ha s to be tried to be believed.

25th September 2022

Decent alternative

I think most people panning this product are drinking it straight, or in a martini or something. Which is kinda gross. Mixed with tonic it is very passable - a truly decent alcohol free alternative to a G&T. Glad to have this as an option.

30th August 2022

5*s - best nonalcoholic spirit I’ve tasted

I honestly have no idea what some people are talking about. It’s so good and tastes very similar to the original.
Not sure what people expect from non alcoholic spirit but over a Mediterranean tonic with a bit of garnish it’s fantastic.

26th July 2022

Needs a good tonic to bring it to life but very drinkable.

I saw this on offer so i thought i'd take a chance on it.

Being curious to taste my new purchase i poured a little neat into a glass. I didn't like it and thought it was soapy and waste of money.

However, silly me, having poured a full measure into a glass over ice and added a Mediterranean fever tree tonic to it I completely changed my mind and I found it be very passable. Definitely tastes like gin with a lingering taste of juniper, just without the kick.

I have tried other alcohol free gins in the paste but this is the closest to the real thing I've tasted.

Well done Tanqueray!

3rd June 2022


Stunningly like the original but be careful with the garnish. It's pretty citrus already

28th April 2022

waste of money .

I agree with previous views- this tastes nothing like the real thing and I also thought it tasted of soap. I would much rather have a nice tonic on its own with Ice and a slice of lemon or lime.

30th March 2022

Swill. It demeans the previously good name of Tanqueray.

I cannot understand how anybody can say that this is remotely like gin. I have tried it neat, with dry vermouth and sweet vermouth, with Angostura and with tonic. in every tasting my only thought was "revolting". I gave a tot to seven friends and asked them what they thought it was; not one person thought it was gin. Somebody suggested mixing it with gin, but that rather defeats the object, doesn't it? I have now poured what was left (4/5ths of the bottle) down the sink. By giving their name to such appalling swill, Tanqueray have demeaned themselves.

17th February 2022

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