Langley's No.8 gin joins Hi-Spirits

21 April, 2015

Hi-Spirits has added Langley’s No.8 gin to its portfolio.

The gin is produced at the Langley distillery in the Midlands and features eight botanicals designed to create “a smooth, lingering and robust flavour profile”.

Dan Bolton, managing director of Hi-Spirits, said: “The gin renaissance amongst UK consumers shows no sign of abating and Langley’s No.8 further strengthens our gin range.

“As a classic English craft gin, it appeals to discerning consumers who enjoy great cocktails and mixed spirit drinks when they’re out in bars and restaurants, or at home.  The fact that Langley’s No.8 already has such an impressive range of aspirational stockists gives us a very strong base from which to develop the brand further.”

The gin is already stocked at Harvey Nicholls and a range of specialist retailers, and sells for around £30.

Along with Langley’s No 8 gin, Hi-Spirits’ gin range includes Broker’s London dry gin, Gin No.209 from San Francisco, Blackwood’s and King of Soho. 




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