It was sold on Vine Street in London in 1838 for many years. Then, the son, Charles Waugh Tanqueray inherits the damaged distillery during the Second World War. To save the distillery, the founder's son decides to move to Cameron Bridge, Scotland, to survive the bombing.
In 2016, Tanqueray became the world's best-selling gin for the first time with nearly 3.9 million liters sold.
The brand Tanqueray 10 belongs to the group Diageo.