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Tanqueray Bloomsbury gin was inspired by a recipe created by Charles Tanqueray's son, Charles Waugh Tanqueray.
Diageo has unveiled an updated bottle design for the No. Ten extension of its Tanqueray gin brand.
Diageo's commercial director for Global Travel and Middle East (GTME) is to retire after 36 years with the company.
Diageo has dismissed a media report suggesting that it is moving the bottling of the Johnnie Walker Scotch whisky brand from Scotland to England.
Diageo has highlighted slowing growth in two important emerging markets in its third quarter, but sales in the year-to-date remain in line with expectations.
Diageo has clarified claims by UK trade union Unite that the drinks giant is not “paying what it is due” in tax in the country.
Diageo has launched an online shopping portal, allowing it to sell direct to UK customers for the first time.
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Diageo has confirmed that its vodka marketing director for Western Europe, Simon Breckon, has left the company, after less than year in the role.
UK microdistiller Sipsmith is seeking to develop and capitalise on the niche market for super-premium gin in China.
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Diageo has launched a global promotional campaign for its Tanqueray London Dry gin brand.
Diageo aims to double the size of its business in the Middle East within the next five years by selling more premium drinks in travel retail at the region's key airports.
Diageo is to group marketing for its global spirits brands into two new categories as it looks to adapt faster to demand from customers and consumers.
Drinks giant Diageo has launched a blog for its Tanqueray gin brand that will include musings from celebrities in the film, fashion, music and art world.
Diageo is set to release a trading statement on its first fiscal quarter at the group's Annual General Meeting on Wednesday (14 October).
Diageo has warned of a tough 2010 after cost savings helped the drinks giant to hit guidance in its fiscal full-year, despite flat like-for-like sales and a fall in pre-tax profits.
Diageo has followed its formation of a joint venture in Japan with a realignment of its distribution in the country.
Tanqueray gin is in a similar position to Johnnie Walker Scotch whisky ten years ago, according to Diageo's global gin director, who is overseeing a relaunch of the Tanqueray brand.
Diageo is launching its first global advertising campaign for Tanqueray gin, together with a new-look bottle design, as the drinks giant looks to drive a resurgence in the gin market.
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