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Tanqueray750ml London Dry Gin

R279

Retail: R350
Not for persons under the age of 18
About

Back in the 1830s, Charles Tanqueray was not afraid to mix up brave ideas in his own unique style. He invented a gin that is still celebrated to this day. The perfect mix of ingenuity, heritage, and hard work.

Product Features
  • A blend of the purest four-times-distilled spirit and a handpicked selection of four botanicals, discovered by Charles Tanqueray in 1830, with an ideal balance of refreshing juniper, peppery coriander, aromatic angelica and sweet liquorice. 
  • It gives a delightfully refreshing taste, especially when combined with tonic and zesty lime.
Product Specifications
  • Volume: 1x 750ml bottle
  • Alcohol by volume: 43.1%
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