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Tanqueray Gin £20.00 for a litre bottle. 43.1ABV. Amazon (Prime exclusive) and Sainsburys

£20.00 @ Amazon
I love this gin, and this is the cheapest I've seen it for quite a while. I didn't manage to get the morrisons deal a month or so back, but I'll be making up for lost time with this offer. Also £20… Read More
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5m, 2d agoFound 5 months, 2 days ago
I love this gin, and this is the cheapest I've seen it for quite a while. I didn't manage to get the morrisons deal a month or so back, but I'll be making up for lost time with this offer.

Also £20 instore at Sainsburys according to mysupermarket.com
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5m, 2d agoFound 5 months, 2 days ago
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#1
Agree a lot better than that Bombay stuff, have some heat.
#2
Weekend sorted. Thanks OP.
#3
Can confirm that Sainsburys has it for £20. I am now broke, but I have a lot of gin. I also have some very nice Fever-Tree Sicilian Lemon Tonic water left over from my birthday a while back. Tonight is shaping up nicely.
#4
I don't think I've had this before, is it better than Gordon's ?
1 Like #5
BigBlueDot
I don't think I've had this before, is it better than Gordon's ?
Personally I prefer this to most gins you can buy in a local supermarket. My mum swears by Gordons and won't buy anything else. I can pretty much guarantee you won't hate it. It is also a lot to do with your mixer of choice. I've only had Tanqueray with Fentimans or Fever tree. Although today I actually bought some Schweppes Tonic with lemon zest and am looking forward to it.
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BigBlueDot
I don't think I've had this before, is it better than Gordon's ?

Anything is better than Gordon's. Even Gordon's Export is better than Gordon's.
#7
bascule
Although today I actually bought some Schweppes Tonic with lemon zest and am looking forward to it.

You'll regret that!
#9
m5rcc
BigBlueDot
I don't think I've had this before, is it better than Gordon's ?
Anything is better than Gordon's. Even Gordon's Export is better than Gordon's.

:-) I've only had Gordons and Sipsmith.
#10
BigBlueDot
m5rcc
BigBlueDot
I don't think I've had this before, is it better than Gordon's ?
Anything is better than Gordon's. Even Gordon's Export is better than Gordon's.
:-) I've only had Gordons and Sipsmith.

You are missing out on some decent stuff then!
#11
BigBlueDot
m5rcc
BigBlueDot
I don't think I've had this before, is it better than Gordon's ?
Anything is better than Gordon's. Even Gordon's Export is better than Gordon's.
:-) I've only had Gordons and Sipsmith.
You are missing out on soooo much! forget Gordons, that's for old ladies. there is a world of Gin to enjoy and you will enjoy trying them all :-)
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m5rcc
bascule
Although today I actually bought some Schweppes Tonic with lemon zest and am looking forward to it.
You'll regret that!
OK, I'll keep that for guests.
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m5rcc
BigBlueDot
m5rcc
BigBlueDot
I don't think I've had this before, is it better than Gordon's ?
Anything is better than Gordon's. Even Gordon's Export is better than Gordon's.
:-) I've only had Gordons and Sipsmith.
You are missing out on some decent stuff then!
Go to a decent wetherspoons and try out some from the gin palace.Depends if you are in a city or not but can be quite cheap .Most the same price as gordons.I know wetherspoons get a lot of stick on here but i live in a small town and our is clean and not full of alkies.
#14
sandstone1
Go to a decent wetherspoons

I stopped reading after I read that...
1 Like #15
I've got a lot of nectar points building up, meant to use them at Christmas but don't go to Sainsbury's that often, can see now they were clearly destined for a higher purpose.
#16
Good deal. It's also worth looking at Tanqueray No. 10 which is £22.49 and Tanqueray Rangpur which is £17.49 @Amazon. Both 70cl bottles, but the No. 10 is 47.3%. The Rangpur is lovely if you like your gin with an extra hit of lime.

Edited By: lewza on Feb 22, 2017 20:56: Typo
#17
BigBlueDot
I don't think I've had this before, is it better than Gordon's ?


Much better
#18
m5rcc
bascule
Although today I actually bought some Schweppes Tonic with lemon zest and am looking forward to it.
You'll regret that!
OK, I gave in and tried it, it's on a par with own brand tonics. a decent gin deserves a decent tonic. Oh and I've had a few, lovely buzz!
#19
bascule
OK, I gave in and tried it, it's on a par with own brand tonics. a decent gin deserves a decent tonic. Oh and I've had a few, lovely buzz!

Keep it for the neighbours ;)
#20
Thanks for this. Used to be a Bombay drinker but converted to Tanqueray a couple years ago and not looked back. It has to be this export strength though - everything else just tastes so weak in comparison now... (Apart from Gordon's, that tastes weak and horrible) :p
#21
Good price, but get it from Sainsbury unless someone is home for the delivery. they wont leave it with a neighbour and it has to be delivered to someone over 18 at your address. Understandable given the law, but a massive PITA if no one is home in the day. I had to work from home to save a pound on a bottle of whisky before Xmas.

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