Rangpur limes aren't officially limes. They're closer to a mandarin, or a cross between mandarin and lemon, and look like tangerines. Rangpur is from India, but these days the fruit also grows in California and Florida. What characterizes it most is assertive tartness and acidity. Tanqueray Rangpur is distilled with the limes, and delivers these qualities but with considerably softer edges. It's a refreshing, balanced, easily enjoyed gin, as pleasing on the rocks or straight as in cocktails. The botanicals aren't overwhelmed; you still find notes of juniper and coriander. Consider Tanqueray Rangpur a complement to the silky, more complex Tanqueray No. Ten and the familiar Tanqueray London Dry Gin.