Tanqueray FLOR DE SEVILLA 70 cl / 41.3 % UK
Article number: SW10146
A gin for lovers of bitter-sweet citrus flavours: Tanquera Flor de Seville Gin scores with an extra portion of Seville oranges and orange blossoms. The globally marketed brand Tanqueray belongs to the spirits company Diageo and was...
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A gin for lovers of bitter-sweet citrus flavours: Tanquera Flor de Seville Gin scores with an extra portion of Seville oranges and orange blossoms.
The globally marketed brand Tanqueray belongs to the spirits company Diageo and was founded in 1830 by a certain Charles Tanqueray, who had a distillery built in the Bloomsbury district of London. Soon his gin became popular in the British colonies such as Jamaica and the United States, where it was mainly used as an ingredient in the Dry Martini cocktail. By the way, it is rumored that the bottle design is based on a three-part cocktail shaker. After the distillery was razed to the ground during air raids in 1941 (except for a still, which is still in use today), production moved out of London.
Although the Flor de Sevilla Gin bears the unmistakable red Tanqueray seal on the specially shaped bottle, the design - as well as the contents - is based entirely on Seville oranges and orange blossoms. It is said that Mr Tanqueray wrote down a recipe based on Spanish citrus fruits as early as the 1860s, but it was only now that commercial production of the citrus-laden gin began.
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