Tanqueray have just revealed their amazing new gin: a spirit inspired by Charles Tanqueray’s original gin recipe, infused with Seville oranges.
Transport yourself to the orange groves of Seville, where Charles Tanqueray first experimented with citrus in 1830. Tanqueray has harnessed the bittersweet flavour of Seville oranges and orange blossom flowers to create Flor de Sevilla. The gin’s zesty citrus flavour is perfectly balanced by the four botanicals of Tanqueray London Dry Gin and is the perfect drink for warm summer evenings.
To celebrate its launch, and to encapsulate the joyous spirit of Seville, Tanqueray have teamed up with José Pizarro – known as the godfather of Spanish cooking – to create a stunning, spring installation inside his Bermondsey Street restaurant.
The orange-filled pop-up will be there until May 30th, and you’re encouraged to come down and try their new Flor de Sevilla. With every G&T that’s ordered, you’ll also get a complimentary citrus prawn fritter tapas dish, created by Jose himself. This dish is not only inspired by Tanqueray’s Sevilla gin, but also contains a cheeky bit, too.
You’ll find the pop up at Pizarro, 194 Bermondsey Street, SE1 3TQ until May 30th. But don’t worry if you miss it – you can always purchase the new Flor de Sevilla gin online, or keep an eye out in your local supermarket as it launches in stores later this month.
Top tip: if you’re pouring yourself a gin and tonic, Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla is best served with premium Mediterranean tonic and a squeeze of fresh orange, which you can also use as a garnish. All orange everything.
This post was sponsored by Tanqueray.