Langtons No.1 Gin
Langtons gin uses water filtered through ancient slate beneath the mountain of Skiddaw in the Lake District. Utilising Lakeland ingredients such as local oak bark blend where possible, a total of 11 botanicals are used. Even the bottle, which is made in the north of England, reflects the contours of Skiddaw and the layers of slate from the all important aquifer.
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Nose: Aromatic, soft juniper, quite vibrant.
Palate: Rounded, slightly earthy with uplifting citrus.
Finish: Sweet juniper.
Beautiful, soft on the palette with citrus notes.
3rd December 2014
Still the best
Love this stuff. The water makes it drink like a malt. It is almost sweet to taste.
20th November 2014
Very different gin to other Gins. An understated aroma of juniper, with a hint of citrus and a slight sweetness. Smooth enough to drink over ice which I prefer, although my friends (or more accurately my wife's friends) tell me it makes a moreish G&T - Not the cheapest, but you get what you pay for - life is too short for poor gin :)
6th November 2014
This gin is very easy to drink and goes ok with a bottle of tonic water. Bought 3 bottles but unfortunately won't be buying more. It turns out that this gin is distilled at Greenall's (Warrington) using Lake District water. It is then sold under the impression of Cumbrian heritage and provenance. I find it very disturbing that the UK customer isn't important when it comes to consumer information :-(
31st August 2014
I was told to drink it neat with ice, which Ive never done, and despite my concerns it was amazing. Like a malt whiskey. Still better with full fat tonic, lemon and ice.