• Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla
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    Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla

    Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla recreates an original 1862 recipe from the first Charles Tanqueray and follows on from the successful No.Ten, Rangpur and my favourite Malacca. Launched last year Flor de Sevilla spearheaded a wave of orange gins, some good, some not so. But while everyone was mad for pink Tanqueray compounded its original gin with essences and colouring and came up tropical Hawaiian sunset.

  • Gin Lane 1751 ~ Victoria Pink Gin
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    Gin Lane 1751 Victoria Pink Gin

    Gin Lane 1751 is a collaboration between Charles Maxwell, of Thames Distillers and The Bloomsbury Club, a mysterious group of drinks industry 'veterans' who pride themselves on producing classic Victorian style gins with a 'bold predominance of juniper berries, hints of liquorice and a refreshing citrus finish'. Huzzah!