Langley’s Distillery was founded almost a century ago by the Palmer family, who still own it today. Here they have been developing and producing some of the finest award-winning gins in the world since 1920, but Langley’s No. 8 is the first time they have allowed the distillery’s name to be used for a product.
To make Langley’s No. 8 we use “Connie,” an English produced small copper pot still made in 1960 by John Dore & Co., the oldest pot still producers in the world. Connie is a true English lady, delivering unmatched consistency and optimum quality. Traditional methods, family values and generations of experience go into every small batch produced, hand-crafted bottle of Langley’s No. 8 gin.