Tanqueray Malacca Gin

Tanqueray Malacca is a sweet gin that has less juniper than classic gin and instead has a more pronounced citrus note.
Malacca was originally introduced in the late 1990s and was discontinued shortly thereafter. It was relaunched a few years ago and quickly achieved cult status among bartenders. The limited-production Tanqueray Malacca is made from Charles Tanqueray’s original recipe dating back to 1839. The botanicals used remain a well-kept secret of the distillery.
The clear, transparent gin is definitely sweeter than the classic London Dry. Most botanicals come from Malaysia, and there are clearly more citrus fruits. Add spices such as nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves. Wonderfully fruity palate with a pleasant sweetness.

Charles Tanqueray built a gin distillery in London’s Bloomsbury district in 1830. It supplied the British colonies, particularly Jamaica. Acquired by son in 1868, almost completely destroyed by German air raids in 1941. Today production takes place in Cameronbridge, Scotland.





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