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Hendrick's Gin Original Dry Gin

70cl

Hendrick's Gin Original Dry Gin

£32.95
£32.95
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Technical sheet

Category:Whisky (Spirits)
Producer: Girvan Distillery
Volume: 70cl
Alcohol Vol.: 41.4%
Girvan Distillery produces the Hendrick's Gin Original Dry Gin (£32.95), a whisky with an alcoholic content of 41.4%. Drinks&Co users give this Hendrick's Gin Original Dry Gin 4 of 5 points.

Description of Hendrick's Gin Original Dry Gin

Hendrick's Gin Original Dry Gin

TASTING NOTES:

  • Color: White and transparent.
  • Aroma: Aroma of floral notes, roots, fruits and seeds that complement the two major infusions of rose petal and cucumber.
  • Taste: Rose petals, cucumber, impeccably smooth and distinct structure coriander, juniper berries, angelica root, cumin, elegant and pleasant lemon peel, cubeba and grains of paradise.

PRODUCER: Hendrick.

COUNTRY: Scotland.

PRODUCTION DETAILS: The gin is created from eleven excellent botanicals. Infused with the notable Rosa Damascena Bulgaria and cucumbers specially selected from the best producers, adding the use of two distinctly different Still Stills Bennett and Carter-Head Still.

ALCOHOL: 41.4%

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The Producer

Girvan Distillery

Girvan Distillery

Named after the part of Scotland in which it was built, the Girvan Distillery has been around since 1963. This Scottish whisky manufacturer is invested in both ensuring the tradition of whisky making as well as innovating ways to craft even better spirits. Owned by William Grant & Sons Ltd, the company has a small but powerful collection of single grain Scotch whiskies that are all made with extreme care and pride.

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