Tanglin Orchid Gin

$43.99
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Size750mL Proof84 (42% ABV) *Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
The first gin from Singapore combines old-world botanicals and Asian ingredients like Vanilla Planifolia Orchid and amchoor. Double Gold at the 2020 SFWSC.
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About Tanglin Orchid Gin

Tanglin Orchid Gin is a modern and smooth gin, made without any artificial essences and with only the best botanicals. It’s a mix of old-world botanicals like the pine of juniper, coriander seed and liquorice and typical Asian ingredients like Vanilla Planifolia Orchid – where the gin gets its name, java pepper and amchoor – dried mango powder. Whole Vanilla beans from Indonesia are added to the gin column, resulting in a smooth and rich flavor, while organic oranges are placed directly beneath the vanilla, bringing out the sweetness of citrus.

A true Asian gin, this bottle brings gentle citrus with herbal and spicy notes on the nose, while the palate is smooth and creamy with earthy herbal flavors, mingling with sweet notes. Bottled at 84 proof, this beautifully crafted gin is perfect for cocktails and it was awarded Double Gold at the 2020 San Francisco World Spirits Competition and Gold at the 2020 Drinks Business Asia by Gin Masters Asia.

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About Tanglin Gin

Tanglin Gin was the first ever gin distillery in Singapore. It was founded by four expats, Briton Andy Hodgson, Charlie Van Eeden from Holland, and Australians Chris Box and Tim Whitefield, who just wanted to make premium gin. Each brought their own skills and strengths: Tim is the head distiller, Andy deals with the government authorities and regulators, Charlie is in charge of marketing and branding, and Chris takes care of finance. The name Tanglin comes from Tang Leng, which is derived from twa tang leng, meaning great east hill peaks in Chinese.

Every carefully handcrafted Tanglin gin tells a story of Singapore and Asia. Their inaugural release launched in June 2018, Tanglin Orchid Gin, was inspired by the history of spice growing in the Tanglin neighborhood, and paid homage to the city by incorporating Asian ingredients such as Angelica root, vanilla beans, and the dried stems of dendrobium orchids, which are commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine. Each of its 11 botanicals was selected because they represent Singapore. Tanglin Gin added a number of expressions and limited releases to its portfolio over the years, each of them a complex, yet balanced and harmonious blend drawing on Singapore’s uniqueness and multiculturality.

About Gin

According to Winston Churchill, "The gin and tonic has saved more Englishmen's lives and minds than all the doctors in the Empire," referring to the British officers using it to treat malaria in India.


Initially made for medicinal purposes, gin gets most of its flavor from the juniper berries added after the distillation process. It sure has come a long way from the Middle Ages, with the introduction of new botanicals, fruits, and spices, bringing it closer to people of all flavor varieties.


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At first, gentle citrus tones greet you on the nose followed by herbal and spicy notes. The palate is smooth and creamy with earthy herbal flavors and a touch of sweetness. The finish is long and smooth with a hint of pepper tones.
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