Tanqueray Sevilla is a Spanish holiday in a bottle

If you’re feeling a spot of wanderlust this time of year, no wonder. It may seem like everyone you know — family, friends, colleagues, strangers — are jetting off to exotic holidays the world over.

But (there’s always a but) that doesn’t mean you can’t be transported in other ways. The good news?  Tanqueray has just released an orange edition, Tanqueray Flor De Sevilla.

Made from the famously zesty Seville oranges, Tanqueray Flor De Sevilla captures the romance of sun-soaked Spanish orange groves.

Fruity yet bittersweet, Seville oranges make a juicy base for flavoured gin. This orange Tanqueray will take you right to the source — no plane ticket or pricey holiday required.

Take a sip, close your eyes and suddenly you’re sunbathing in the Mediterranean. Win win.

Inspired by the travels of founder Charles Tanqueray way back in the 1860s, this gin is just the pick for travel lovers.

Expect complex bittersweet juiciness derived directly from Seville oranges. Its zest is insanely moreish and will have you gulping down a cocktail in no time.

Mix orange Tanqueray with Fever-Tree Premium Tonic or Mediterranean Tonic for a classic G&T. You can also play up its bittersweet backnotes for a superb Seville orange negroni.

Just mix 25ml each of gin, Campari, sweet vermouth (like Cinzano Rosso, Martini Rosso Vermouth or Punt E Mes), orange juice and shake with ice. Strain and float an orange wheel on top. Cue oohing and ahhing.

P.S. If you haven’t tried the original Tanqueray, it’s an age old classic. Better yet, you can snag a full 1 litre bottle, which is 300ml extra than a standard bottle, on Amazon for just £21.

Tanqueray Flor De Sevilla (70cl, 41.3% ABV) is now available in ASDA this summer for £25. 

It’s also currently available online from Amazon for £24 with Prime shipping and 31 DoverAmazon or The Whisky Exchange for £29.95.

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Ketsuda Phoutinane

The Gin Kin Online Editor. Always up for a dirty martini.