What tonic goes with Tanqueray Rangpur?

What tonic goes with Tanqueray Rangpur?

Best enjoyed with premium tonic water and a slice of lime. Tanqueray Rangpur Distilled Gin was first created in 2006 by adding Rangpur lime, an exotic citrus fruit from India with the zestiness of lime and the juiciness of mandarin oranges, together with ginger and bay leaves to Tanqueray’s premium London Dry Gin.

What tonic goes best with Tanqueray gin?

Fever Tree
As for Tanqueray Dry Gin we believe that the crisp tonic water by the British brand Fever Tree is the best combination. The tonic fits the smoothness of the gin and underlines the refreshing touches of citrus and juniper perfectly.

What mixer goes with Tanqueray gin?

Lime is perfect with traditional gins like Tanqueray, but the idea of the garnish is to bring out the botanicals. And of course, some of that is down to personal taste. You can add strawberries, blueberries or blackberries, herbs like Rosemary and other citrus fruit. Best of all, you get to drink your experiment!

What is Tanqueray Malacca gin?

First introduced in 1998, Tanqueray Malacca Gin is based on a recipe developed by Charles Waugh Tanqueray dating back to 1839. Relaunched in early 2013, Tanqueray Malacca is a sweeter gin with less juniper emphasis and more citrus than the classic style.

Is Tanqueray gin top shelf?

While brands like Beefeater and Tanqueray are at the top of the list for a good London dry gin, there are other popular bottles. Bols Genever and Hayman’s Old Tom Gin are still popular. Newer stars on the liquor shelf like Aviation and Hendrick’s are as well.

What do you add to Tanqueray gin?

  1. Tanqueray Gin – Garnish: Lime or Orange Peel.
  2. Tanqueray No.
  3. Taplin & Mageean Signature Gin – Garnish: Pink Grapefruit Peel or Orange Peel.
  4. Tappers Darkside Gin – Garnish: Thyme or Orange.
  5. Tarsier Gin – Garnish: Ginger, Lime or Grapefruit.
  6. The Artisan Gin – Garnish: Orange Peel or Lemon Peel.

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