An unusual entry into the gin race, Hendricks is as unique as it is superb. Immediately identifiable by its dark apothecary bottle you'll find this quirky brand incredibly refreshing with light crisp flavours. This is because Hendricks uses cucumber as one of its primary botanicals and also adds rose infusions after distillation, making the flavour distinctly different from most other gins. Perfect to enjoy in a tall glass on a warm day. Who knew cucumber could make something so exciting?- Learn more about Hendrick's Gin
Meet the delightfully curious Hendrick’s Gin. Life is simply too glorious not to experience its peculiar flavour, infused with rose and cucumber in their remote Scottish distillery.
On somewhat of a whim, Mr. Charles Gordon purchased at auction two unusual stills: one, a phenomenally rare Carter-Head; and the other, a dusty 19th-century Bennet. He enlists Ms. Lesley Gracie in his eccentric quest to invent an elixir with his two entirely different and antique stills.
They eventually achieved "a peculiar sort of deliciousness" by firing up both the Carter-Head and Bennett Stills with an odd symphony of botanicals further enlivened with curious infusions of cucumber and rose. Against all odds, they concoct the odd perfection that becomes known as Hendrick's Gin.View the Hendrick's Gin page