Celebrate the summer in style this year at a handful of beautiful Tanqueray No. TEN gin terraces, popping up all over London in honour of the luxury spirit. Make this the summer of gin, and enjoy the finest of drinking experiences at a Tanqueray No. TEN terrace near you.

[GQ Bar at Rosewood Hotel, London]

Allowing Londoners to celebrate Tanqueray No.TEN in all its glory, each terrace will be transformed into a summer sanctuary, with expertly crafted cocktails that bring the gin to life with new flavour combinations and twists on classic serves. Tanqueray No. TEN brand ambassador, Tim Homewood, has collaborated with each venue to experiment with new serves that channel the fresh citrus notes in Tanqueray No. TEN, reflecting the ultimate spirit of summer.

Guests can relax at the pop-up GQ Bar in association with Tanqueray No. TEN at Rosewood London, amongst the floral displays of the quintessentially British summer inspired garden. Channelling the fresh notes of Tanqueray No. TEN, the garden will flourish with fresh herbs and citrus plants, creating the perfect spot to enjoy alfresco Tanqueray No. TEN cocktails. Highlights on the menu include The Duke, a combination of Tanqueray No. TEN with China China Liquor, Perigue, Dry Vermouth and chocolate bitters, or the light and fruity Blushing Lady, which mixes’ Tanqueray No. TEN with Pamplemousse Liquor, fresh grapefruit juice, sugar syrup and topped with Champagne.

[GQ Bar at Rosewood Hotel, London]

The Tanqueray No. TEN terrace at Covent Garden’s St Martin’s Lane will present a specially created G&T afternoon tea, as well as a delicious ceviche and gin paring menu. Prepared by Asia de Cuba’s executive chef, Luis Pous, the ceviche menu has been created to highlight interesting and unique flavour combinations, pairing spicy citrus notes of the ceviche with the botanicals of Tanqueray No. TEN. Throughout the summer at St Martin’s Lane, guests can savour tantalizing cocktails such as the Asia De Cuba, a refreshing serve of Tanqueray No. TEN balanced with lillet blanc, lime juice, agave, a dash of absinthe and thai basil leaves to create a bitter-sweet herbal note to the drink, and the zezty Blood Orange Clover Club, a combination of Tanqueray No. TEN, Lillet Blanc, lemon juice, blood orange syrup and egg white, which is served shaken and strained.

Gaucho have also launched a series of Tanqueray No. TEN terraces across their London sites. Guests can relax on the luxurious citrus terraces, amongst the aromatic orange and lemon tress, whilst sipping on an ice cold botanically infused G&T.

Soak up the sun and head to a Tanqueray No. TEN terrace near you to enjoy alfresco drinking in the city.