Frequently Asked Questions
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My heathen barkeep doesn't serve Hendrick's - what's a man to do?
Scottish gin? I've never heard of such a thing.
Well you'd never heard of horseless carriages and pre-sliced bread either, but that didn't stop progress.True, gin is historically from London, but Scotland has a distinct advantage, apart from our superior distilling abilities, Girvan's unique, soft, lowland water provides the perfect medium for grain spirit and our unusual array of botanicals.
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How do astute tipplers drink Hendrick's?
Hendrick's curious flavour can produce some delightful cocktails. The traditionalists prefer a classic gin and tonic garnished with a cucumber slice, but visit our Treasury of Tipples for a wealth of alternative preparation methods.
Where does Hendrick's hail from?
Hendrick's is proudly distilled in miniscule batches in the seaside village of Girvan, Scotland. Learn more about our curious origins at Our Peculiar Past
What makes Hendrick's so Jim Dandy anyway?
We're glad you asked. Hendrick's is distilled with a unique mix of botanicals before being infused with rose and cucumber. It creates a flavor unlike any other gin in the world. Probe further into how Hendrick's is made at Gin Made Oddly