Deliciously infused with rose and cucumber.
HENDRICK’S is an unusual gin created from eleven fine botanicals. The curious, yet marvellous, infusions of rose & cucumber imbue our spirit with its uniquely balanced flavour resulting in an impeccably smooth distinct gin.
why is hendrick’s gin
HENDRICK’S GIN is created via an absurdly inefficient, yet quite glorious process. In essence, to make one gin, we first create two. One on an old-fashioned pot still, yielding a rich and intricate spirit. The other on a long-necked Carter Head, producing a delicate, more refined spirit. Each still is infused with an unusual symphony of 11 botanicals: chamomile, elderflower, juniper, lemon peel, orange peel, caraway, coriander, cubeb berries, angelica root, yarrow root and orris root. The gins from the two stills are then married together and graced with curious yet marvelous infusions of Rose and Cucumber.
This odd method of making gin enables HENDRICK’S to taste light, yet intriguingly complex. The result is a wondrously refreshing gin with a delightfully floral aroma, elevating any gin cocktail and all occasions.
HENDRICK’S GIN & TONIC
HENDRICK’S GIN & Tonic is the grand empress of all summer refreshments and remains an unimpeachable selection for those seeking a long cool diversion from the sun’s ultraviolet extravagances. Its beloved simplicity suits slow afternoons on the lawn, sultry trysts in orchards or animated summer lunches with favoured guests.See recipe
You cannot control the behaviour of wasps at a picnic; you can however ensure you have a summer drink as azure in flavour as the summer evening is long. Cucumber Lemonade brims with naughty thoughts for summers yet to be.See recipe
HENDRICK'S GIN BUCK
A bracing walk in the crisp afternoon of New Year’s Day and then home for a beloved Buck. The Buck stops here, or rather, lingers here and seduces the palate with a dazzling display of ginger, lemon, Angostura Bitters and HENDRICK'S GIN herself.See recipe
The Floradora, with its vivid pink hue, is a gin cocktail that celebrates the seductive power of the raspberry. Summer is here and out comes the outrageous Floradora.See recipe