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WE96Wine Enthusiast 7/1/2014
"More citrus-forward than the standard Tanqueray Dry bottling, this is gin-and-tonic perfection. The classic aroma features juniper and touches of mint, anise and coriander. The same is echoed on the palate, though it’s also bursting with grapefruit and lemon peel, finishing soft and herbaceous but perked up with a white peppercorn spark. The No. Ten also has a new art deco-inspired bottle, making it a particularly gift-worthy choice for summer party-goers." (96 pts.)
WE96+Wine Enthusiast 12/15/2007
"The huge bouquet initially offers citrusy aromas that evolve to include harmonious notes of pineapple, grapefruit, allspice, pine sap and beeswax. The palate entry highlights the orange/lemon peel and the angelica components while the midpalate features more of the juniper and earthy cassia. Conclues zestily and savory." (96–100 pts.)
WE9393 pts. - Wine Enthusiast - 11/1/2014 Inside the recognizable green bottle, look for bold juniper plus notes of anise, lemon peel, and a faint white-floral touch, laced with black pepper heat. Overall, a clean, classic profile that’s just the ticket for gin & tonics.
WE8989 pts. - Wine Enthusiast - 8/1/2015 An old-school London Dry style gin recently re-introduced to the States, look for a classic juniper-pine aroma and a grapefruit-like flavor finishing with spicy hints of coriander, rosemary and black pepper. Despite that perceived flash of grapefruit, no citrus is used in the ingredients, a nod by the original creators that “any proper gin drink always included the addition of a slice of lemon or lime, and to include it in the gin’s recipe would be redundant.”