Langleys Old Tom Gin
An Old Tom Gin from the Langley's range, inspired by the traditional style of slightly sweetened gin that was enjoyed in 18th and 19th century England. The distillers behind it describe it as a classic recipe, redeveloped it for the modern era and a true example of their commitment to creating classic, timeless and quintessentially English gins.
The signature serve is the Langley’s Old Tom St. Clements; a classic gin & tonic garnished with a half slice of lemon and a half slice of orange. Nice and simple to change up your regular G&T.
About the BrandLangley’s Distillery, is based in the West Midlands and was founded by the Palmer family nearly a Century ago and continues to be run by them today. Today Langley’s is run by Adam Wallis Palmer, the great, great grandson of the original founder of the Palmer group, having kept the company within the family since its very establishment – even through all of its expansion. If you visit the distillery, you can see the six stills, including what is claimed to be the UK’s oldest working copper pot-still. Langley’s No. 8 is made in ‘Constance’, a 4,000 Litre copper pot still which was created in about 1917 by the oldest distillery engineering establishment in the world, John-Dore and named after the Master Distiller Rob Dorsett’s late mother, Connie.
|Gin Variety||Modern Gin|
|Allergy Advice||No Allergen|
Orange peel (with a touch of juicy tangerine thrown in the mix too), nutmeg and sweet juniper.Creamy citrus notes on the nose, followed by a slow kick of fennel, lemon peel and coriander that mounts to a smooth, soft, sweetened finish that lingers.