langley's gin range

Langley's History


Quality              Craftsmanship         Tradition 


Award-winning Langley’s uses traditional production methods and sources the best and most balanced ingredients and botanicals to ensure each gin is refined, elegant, and remains true to its original recipe, while appealing to contemporary drinking preferences.

Handcrafted in England, the three gins in the range, Langley’s First Chapter, London Dry and Old Tom, showcase how these styles should be; innovative yet respectful of the history of gin and the craft of distilling.

Serious about Sustainability


Langley's are member of the ethical and environmental platform 1% for the Planet®, bringing together a global network of businesses, individuals and non-profit organisations tackling our planet’s most pressing environmental issues.

1% for the Planet® was founded to prevent greenwashing, certify reputable giving and provide accountability. The 1% for the Planet® certification is given to businesses and individuals that meet this high-bar commitment.

1% of all the revenue generated by the Langley’s brand is donated to this platform, irrespective of business performance.







Langley's have teamed up with Panthera®, the only organisation in the world that is devoted exclusively to the conservation of the world’s 40 wild cat species and their ecosystems.

Why Panthera®? Old Tom as a style of gin came to prominence way back in 18th century England during the times now referred to as the ‘gin craze’ subsequent period of prohibition. The story of how this gin style came to be links closely to the black tom cat, hence the name Old Tom.
For every bottle of Langley’s Old Tom sold anywhere in the world, we donate $0.50 per bottle to Panthera®.




The Langley’s bottle is made from 60% PCR (post-consumer recycled glass) and on our journey to becoming the most sustainable yet accessible gin brand on the market we’re pushing our supplier to improve this further

All Langley’s labels are made from 100% recycled paper

The outer cases of Langley’s are also made from 100% recycled cardboard and are from a FSC® certified source