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Tanqueray gin no. 10 better than 1/2 price @ 31dover .com £14.95 plus p&p
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Tanqueray gin no. 10 better than 1/2 price @ 31dover .com £14.95 plus p&p

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Refreshed 5th Oct 2018 (Posted 25th Sep 2018)
The site currently has a sale on with a number of items reduced. This one stood out for me £14.95 for the 70cl reduced from over £30 per bottle (the not the normal Tanqueray but the elite version). Free delivery over £49 so club with your mates or buy a case just for you! p&p is £5.95 or there are click and collect options also available. Topcashback at 5.25% every little helps
happy slurping :-)
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these trade on amazon also.i did not think they were allowed to deliver because of the high tax the UK government places on alcohol.you learn something new everyday.thanks op
I like this gin a lot so thank you
amazoncrazy23 m ago

these trade on amazon also.i did not think they were allowed to deliver …these trade on amazon also.i did not think they were allowed to deliver because of the high tax the UK government places on alcohol.you learn something new everyday.thanks op


It was full price on 31dover on Amazon!
Great price. Ordered 4 bottles - free delivery.
11.95 for delivery very steep
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Well done to those that bought!
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The tanqeray rangpur is also on offer for 15.95 for anyone that missed the number 10 variety
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Great price if you managed to grab one!
Thanks for the Rangpur heads up, just ordered 4 bottles with 7% Quidco 🏼
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8ANNED26/09/2018 11:47

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Which one is the Gold award winner?

You are right. All gins have exactly the same industrial alcohol base which producers buy by the tanker load, then they add aromatics and re-distill.
Wadadli_Cooler22 m ago

Which one is the Gold award winner?You are right. All gins have exactly …Which one is the Gold award winner?You are right. All gins have exactly the same industrial alcohol base which producers buy by the tanker load, then they add aromatics and re-distill.


i've tried the aldi blue topaz gin but i prefer the taste of tanquery 10. At £14.95 a bottle the tanquery is just £1 more (i bought 4 bottles to avoid the postage charge). the aldi gin is a IWSC silver winner not gold. Tanquery 10 is IWSC gold winner. Having said that without this amazing price drop the aldi gin is generally much cheaper and a good gin.
Edited by: "yoshi" 26th Sep 2018
Once you add Tonic, lemon/lime seeweed nettles or any other crap you hipsters think it needs, they all taste exactly the flippin same, don't try and tell anyone otherwise, the hipster distillers are just pissing themselves laughing at you quaffing your £50 bottle of gin.
8ANNED27/09/2018 10:50

Once you add Tonic, lemon/lime seeweed nettles or any other crap you …Once you add Tonic, lemon/lime seeweed nettles or any other crap you hipsters think it needs, they all taste exactly the flippin same, don't try and tell anyone otherwise, the hipster distillers are just pissing themselves laughing at you quaffing your £50 bottle of gin.


i'm guessing you have not tried that many gins as i certainly can tell the difference between them even with tonics and other stuff added, The price question is fair however, if I was to do a blind taste of different gins with the same tonics/add ins i suspect i could tell you they were different but not the price or put them in price order. This has also been shown for wines, even experts fail blind win tests when trying to attribute price ordering.
yoshi27/09/2018 12:04

i'm guessing you have not tried that many gins as i certainly can tell the …i'm guessing you have not tried that many gins as i certainly can tell the difference between them even with tonics and other stuff added, The price question is fair however, if I was to do a blind taste of different gins with the same tonics/add ins i suspect i could tell you they were different but not the price or put them in price order. This has also been shown for wines, even experts fail blind win tests when trying to attribute price ordering.


You 'think' you can tell the difference, you can't.
Next you'll be telling me your £20 bottle of 'boutique' 'single source organic water is different to tap water
8ANNED27/09/2018 12:12

You 'think' you can tell the difference, you can't.


that's very presumptuous of you. i can definitely tell a difference. what i do accept is the value argument that you make - i would be hard pressed to say a £15 gin is worse/better objectively than a £25 bottle - my buying choice is more subjectoive and personal. however in terms of objective taste there are clear differences in many gins even when they have tonic and other bits in. If you can't taste any difference whatsoever (good/bad/indifferent) then we are clearly different.
Edited by: "yoshi" 27th Sep 2018
8ANNED27/09/2018 12:15

Next you'll be telling me your £20 bottle of 'boutique' 'single source …Next you'll be telling me your £20 bottle of 'boutique' 'single source organic water is different to tap water


i don't really drink that much water but i think your conflating taste with price. Again i do accept that the value may not be there in more expensive bottles but you can tell there is a difference in the taste of tap water and bottled water in many cases (i generally prefer tap water). You can even tell a difference in tap water in different locations around the country.
Edited by: "yoshi" 27th Sep 2018
yoshi27/09/2018 12:17

that's very presumptuous of you. i can definitely tell a difference. what …that's very presumptuous of you. i can definitely tell a difference. what i do accept is the value argument that you make - i would be hard pressed to say a £15 gin is worse/better objectively than a £25 bottle - my buying choice is more subjectoive and personal. however in terms of objective taste there are clear differences in many gins even when they have tonic and other bits in. If you can't taste any difference whatsoever (good/bad/indifferent) then we are clearly different.


Can't
yoshi27/09/2018 12:18

i don't really drink that much water but i think your conflating taste …i don't really drink that much water but i think your conflating taste with price. Again i do accept that the value may not be there in more expensive bottles but you can tell there is a difference in the taste of tap water and bottled water in many cases (i generally prefer tap water). You can even tell a difference in tap water in different locations around the country.


Can't
8ANNED27/09/2018 12:25

Can't


i will leave this for others to decide the merit of our opinions as we clearly don't agree about there being a difference or not in taste in the case of gin drinks containing garnishes and tonics. I suspect no one actually cares however.
8ANNED27/09/2018 12:25

Can't


i am more surprised about this one however. Your saying that every glass of water tastes exactly the same regardless of where or how its produced - ignoring the value element. Again i think we just need to accept our opinions are at odds on taste differences. again i suspect no one actually cares to be fair.
Sold out boooo
8ANNED26/09/2018 11:47

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I don't think you can really add Tanqueray into the 'proper, chav, posh hipster' or 'Hipster distilleries' bracket when its been going since 1830, in fact the gin manufactured for the likes of Aldi are far more 'Hipter' with Aldi having 16 own brands including gingerbread gin and blueberry and vanilla flavour.
I agree Aldi Oliver Cromwell Gin is very good and I prefer it way better than Bombay Sapphire but Tanqueray 10 is in my humble opinion much nicer (and stronger).
Maybe before you spout off about a deal you should educate yourself about the subject.
Comparing Tanqueray 10 with Aldi .. oh my dear god.. people will do / say anything to justify their shopping habbits..
Congrats if you managed to snag a bottle. This seems to be my unicorn drink atm! Saw bottles in local Tesco reduced to clear at £17. Went to check at home if price was good and they'd all gone next morning! Ahh well. Enjoy
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