By: atomzero (17) 10/10/2013Cheers!(0)
Horrific on its own, but a solid mixer.
By: StanMemTn (67) 8/29/2013Cheers!(0)
Perfectly nice; refreshing with tonic. A classic.
By: NeatPour (111) 8/13/2013Cheers!(0)
Good gin but saphire is a bit better (albeit a bit pricier) & a level above that is plymouth. If you are feeling like spending a little less $$ this is solid but if you're feeling frisky try the previously mentioned 2 (spoil yourself... gins are relatively cheap anyway).
By: conditionZero (14) 8/8/2013Cheers!(0)
This is a good gin, but some others have set the bar too high to give this more than three stars. If it were the last gin on Earth I would drink it, and enjoy it, but there just isn't any room left on my gin shelf for it.
By: StevenSauce (32) 7/1/2013Cheers!(1)
4,5 stars. Traditional gin but classier than Beefeater or Gordons, juniper at front with citrus and coriander behind, strong flavor, little burn for 47%, bit sweet, works best in a G&T.
By: Kenneth (21) 5/26/2013Cheers!(0)
I can't speak as to how it may be as a mixer, but for sipping this overhyped product falls well short of the mark. Nothing distinct or redeeming about it, in my opinion.
By: monkeyxx (37) 11/16/2012Cheers!(0)
not a bad showing at the price. Mixes incredibly well in a Tom Collins or other fruity gin drinks. Preferred Bombay Sapphire in a martini. Well deserved of its reputation as a fine gin. Strong juniper flavor and burn. A benchmark.
By: Allan (101) 5/24/2012Cheers!(0)
A really good classic gin but not for the fan of modren less juniper dominated gins. Good classic gin at a good price.
By: TheSippingLife (112) 3/15/2011Cheers!(0)
About as big a gin name as there is. Its alright, but overall a boring sipper. Its best used in cocktails. If you want a gin experience, look elsewhere.
By: Wooglin (4) 6/14/2009Cheers!(0)
In a 4 tasting with North Shore#6, Magellan and Rouge Pinot Noir this held its own just fine. It lost its flavor in a gin&tonic but was best overall in a Martini and Maiden's Prayer. Little too much bite when it's neat. Throw a little vodka in it and it will smooth right out to make a great martini.
By: Alexis77 (4) 6/13/2009Cheers!(0)
I tried Tangueray neat at first then mixed with tonic, and last as a martini. I really didn't care for Tangueray neat. Although it had a good fragrance, the taste was too sharp and acid. However, mixed with some tonic and a little lime, I was set for a real relaxer on a hot afternoon. Good for you, Tangueray! I thought it made a decent martini, but the real shine came through when I tasted it in a "Maiden's Prayer". In that drink Tanguery showed that Tanguery is still a favorite of mine.
By: amandak13 (11) 6/13/2009Cheers!(0)
The first whiff of this Gin and I felt like I was sitting with my mother and grandmother on the patio on a late summer day. I know Gin and Tonic, and a Gin Martini are classics, and while I strive to fit in, I just can't. Both drinks failed for me, and I couldn't muster the strength to finish. On the brighter side, mixed in a Maiden's Prayer, I felt something different. This drink reminded me of something I would have chugged and loved in college! Sorry Tanqueray, I really tried to like you
By: Irishman (218) 6/4/2009Cheers!(0)
Not sure if Tanqueray has changed their recipe, but it tastes awful now. North Shore No. 11 Gin and Plymouth Gin destroy Tanqueray. Not even in the same class.