Terlato Wines has announced the debut of Langley’s No. 8, a super-premium, London style gin, available now in select markets in the United States.
Langley’s No. 8 blends contains notes of spicy juniper, coriander and citrus, according to a press release. It is made with a blend of eight botanicals, including juniper berries from Macedonia, coriander seeds from Bulgaria, sweet orange peel and sweet lemon peel from Spain, cassia bark from Indonesia, and ground nutmeg from Sri Lanka. The final two ingredients are a secret.
The suggested retail price is $42.
The Langley Distillery in Birmingham, England has been producing gins since 1920, according to a press release, but had never before allowed its name to appear on a spirit brand — until now. Made in small batches, with 100 percent English grain spirit, Langley’s No. 8 is distilled in a small, English-made, 53-year-old copper pot still named Constance, and nicknamed “Connie,” in honor of the Master Distiller’s late mother.