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Quirky producer Hendricks make their pot-still distilled gin using cucumber as one of the primary botanicals. This makes for a unique, tasty and incredibly refreshing Gin.
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Hendricks is a gin for people who don't like gin. There, I said it. Broad strokes aside, the love for this brand is genuine and clearly shows theres many that feel cucumber and rose petals belong in the same sentence as juniper and orange. I personally don't rate this gin in a G&T but can appreceate it near or with ginger ale. I don't mind Hendricks, but I despise the introduction of cucumber in bars where incompetent bartenders believe all gins should be treate as a fruit salad.
8th October 2016
i am a gin and tonic person and by far this is the best and smoothest gin I have had will highly recommend it😊
27th May 2016
The "Ford" of the gin world.It has its place.a good "Gateway gin"--better gins are available.Lots of money behind the product.Acker score 3/5
11th March 2016
My palate is not sophisticated enough to identify the various botanicals that go into any given gin. But I know what I like, and I don't like a miasma of perfumey flowers or an overwhelming jolt of anise in my gin. Hendrick's doesn't do anything wrong, and does everything right. My cocktail of choice is a Hendrick's Martini, mixed 12:1 with Noilly Prat vermouth, shaken vigorously, and garnished with two super giant Spanish olives. "Incredibly refreshing." I couldn't have said it better.
17th January 2016
The great flavor that never fails to satisfy.
19th November 2015
Better than London dry gin and much better than tranqueray gin, truly best sipping weekdays Gin .....
18th November 2015
I was not impressed with Hendricks gin.... it almost taste it like an organic gin. I like to Drink my gin straight so that I can taste it's true flavors. Any Gin can hide behind a cocktail but a really good gin can be consumed straight or mixed....versatility is key....I found that not to be the case with this Gin ....too spicy and had no character and all. If you want a great Gin to drink straight or in a cocktail try 209 Gin ...now that's a great Gin and the price is better...
Have some of you lot listened to yourselves?? Its simple, everybody has a personal taste. Some will like it, some won't. Trying to sound like a stuck up snob over a bottle of gin. I, personally, think that Hendricks is one of the most refreshing gins for a summer G&T. Not due to any 'cucumber this, prime botanical' that rubbish, but the simple fact that (a difficult concept for an opera snob to understand here!!) - It tastes good! I think that instead of trying to break things down to justify an opinion, its easier to just stick to the simple tried and tested method of...... does it taste good or not?? Hendricks does, simple!
19th July 2015
Interesting review from marketing marketing marketing. A drink is like a holiday, its made to measure and some will like it and some will not. Your job as a host is to find the best suited drink for your customer not you. So blind testing drink is pointless and an event to get drunk and socialise. Hendricks is a fantastic Gin and we'll worth a try :)
6th June 2015
Never been a gin drinker till I tried Hendricks with ice, a couple of slices of cucumber and a slimine tonic it is a wonderful drink my favourite just love it !
10th May 2015
I love a G&T. Great summer drink. Light and easy. My preference for Hendricks is a neutral tonic, cucumber over ice.
5th January 2015
Without the whole "cucumber is a prime botanical" spiel being shoved down your throat at any and every opportunity, I would defy anyone to actually notice the flavour being there. I went to a blind tasting, with 25 other bartenders and I don't think that any of them actually picked out the cucumber - the overriding impression at the blind tasting was that this was a flavourless, uninspiring, weak gin. In fact, this was picked as the poorest of the gins in the test, almost unanimously. Others in the test were (if I remember correctly) Beefeater, Tanqueray, Tanq 10, Bloom, Sipsmith, Bulldog, Sloanes and 209. I am currently in the process of removing this from our bar and educating customers that, just because something is marketed well (and to be fair, it is marketed VERY well), it does not make it a quality product.
16th September 2014
Rose and cucumber are extremely prominent in both the flavour and scent of this gin. This adds an interesting flavour for martinis, and makes a pretty killer G&T. Ultimately though, juniper tends to take a back seat to the other flavours. I feel as though, while interesting at first it does not have as much potential for versatility or a true quinine and juniper flavour that normally defines gin. This gin is best used for G&T's, as the lime really contrasts the smooth cucumber flavour.
30th August 2014
Unusual flavor,a taste to cultivate.I have yet to taste it with tonic.
6th August 2014
I don't personally enjoy the good old G&T, but Hendricks with tonic and a slice of cucumber is the best. Cant beat this drink.
4th July 2014
just had it with tonic and really enjoys - beats all the other Gins on offer
3rd February 2014
Good with tonic, a slice of lemon and cucumber, or even straight, however once you venture out into mixing with juices or colas everything unique about it dies and becomes offensive.....
13th January 2014
I love gin and have tried lots of good ones but I always come back to Hendricks. It has a faint scent of rose and works so well with cucumber.
2nd July 2013
Arriving early at the Lincoln Center for the evenings performance of 'The Barber of Seville" A the Metropolitan opera, I had the most pleasurable expierience @ P.J. Clarkes while accompanying three lovely ladies. While perusing the beverage menu, To my delight i spot their Cucumber Martini Made with Hendricks. I had recently purchased a bottle but had yet to imbibe in it. Well nothing else mattered after the first sip. My three ladies observing my delight at my Martini. They asked for a sip and were mesmerzized by it's taste and it's effects on them. Before you know it, the waiter is currying countless deliveries of their new favorite liquid libation. The opera was the mets first english presentation that just wasn't the same. Nothing could ever be the same after our pre opera Hendrick's cucumber Martinis!
3rd June 2013
I tried this a few years ago and it instantly converted me from a take it or leave it guy, when it came to G&T, to being my drink of choice. Served with loads of ice, slimline tonic and a slice of cucumber there isnt anything more refreshing especially on a hot day.Adding slices of Lemon or lime just ruins it!!
8th May 2013
I am not a great fan of gin, nor am I a fan of cucumber, but for some reason this really works.
25th March 2013
This gin is great for mixing when you're trying to exhibit the flavor of the gin and not run it over with sugar water. It is subtly sweet and fruity - so not as dry as your average beefeater or bombay sapphire - but still dry. This is the gin of choice in most mixology bars around LA and I understand why.
21st August 2012
Seems gimmicky to me. Doesn't mix well in cocktails (unless cucumber is the base), most bartenders do not recommend it.
4th July 2012
Drink neat with lots of ice and a slice of cucumber. refreshing and innovative gin
3rd December 2011