Langley’s England brings a refined Old Tom, a classic, mildly sweeter, gin style of Victorian London into a modern setting.
The drink is a quality gin that holds notes and secrets of a bygone era.
Langley’s Old Tom 40% gin is based on an 1891 recipe and brings together eight botanicals.
Nose: Juniper and creamy orange essence with a touch of juicy tangerine notes.
Palate: Slow kick of juniper, fennel, nutmeg, lemon peel and coriander that develops to a smooth, soft, sweetened finish that lingers. More botanically intense and sweeter than a London Dry. Old Tom also exists in 47% ABV.
Langley's No. 8 was born from a quest to create the most balanced of London Dry gins to meet the demands of a modern day, discerning palate. It promises a smooth and timeless gin to be enjoyed in good company.
Langley’s No.8 is so called because the gin’s eighth incarnation struck the perfect balance of strength, smoothness and flavour notes from the 41.7% ABV.
Langley's No. 8 is distilled a single time in an English-made pot still. It is made of 100% English grain spirit and classic gin botanicals from indigenous regions including angelica root, ground nutmeg, cassia bark and cloves.
Nose: Juniper rich, with fragrant pine, hint of lemon, lavender with light violet notes.
Palate: Juniper and coriander seed forward, with distinctive sage notes. Mid palate of a delicate sweetness with citrus notes. Towards the back of the mouth, a lingering liquorice, cracked black pepper and some spicy notes.