An unorthodox Ayrshire gem. From the Highlands of Scotland hails “The Most Unusual Gin”. Hendrick’s humble home is the grain distillery of William Grant & Sons in Girvan, South Ayrshire. This quirky gin is handcrafted in small batches, and the distillation process takes place in two very small (and ludicrously old) stills. The result is a peculiarly tasty gin. Despite modest beginnings, Hendrick’s is quickly burgeoning into one of the titans of the gin industry. Have a taste, let the floral charisma of Hendrick’s Gin hit your nose and tastebuds and experience why it is becoming so popular.
The classic Hendrick’s serve pairs the gin with tonic water over ice and garnished with a slice of cucumber. However, we’ve eavesdropped a recommendation from the Master Distiller, Lesley Gracie herself. Try it with soda water and elderflower cordial for an altogether new experience.
The Hendrick’s Distillery is built for a Queen. The distillery built in the style of a Victorian Palm House, and is fittingly named Hendrick’s Gin Palace.
All of Hendrick's Gin botanicals are hand-picked.
Hendrick’s began in 1999, founded by Lesley Gracie. She set out to create a unique, quirky gin, and an unusual distillery was built in Girvan, Scotland. What no-one could have expected was the rate at which this quiet invention would become a staple name. It is now recognised by many as the spearhead for the resurgence of gin around the world.
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