Hendrick’s Gin – a handcrafted gift guide

Daniel Wren

Vada Magazine staff writer. Interested in travel, news, politics and dating.
Daniel Wren

Here at Vada, we love gin. I’m sure this comes as no surprise to you. Mother’s ruin is a particular downfall of ours. But who doesn’t love a good gin?

Yesterday we told you all about Tanqueray cocktails. Today we’re turning our eyes to Hendrick’s. Hendrick’s Gin is offering a plethora of unusual gifts for Christmas this year. We employ you to enchant comrades and family with these delightful curiosities – or you can order some for us if you feel generous!

Colder winter months needn’t hold green-fingered companions back, so why not surprise and delight them with the Hendrick’s Cucumber Hothouse, featuring two miniature bottles of delightful Hendrick’s Gin? The humble Cucumis sativus (cucumber for those not in the know) is one of the two charming infusions that gives Hendrick’s Gin its unusual taste. Offering a glimpse into the secret life of this inimitable ingredient, this pack is perfect for those who shun the humdrum. (RRP £15.00, available at selected supermarkets.)

It’s a well known fact that good things come in small packages and Hendrick’s Minisculinity Pack is the perfect example. This bijou pack, featuring a new 35cl bottle of Hendrick’s and a cocktail book of diminutive dimensions, is the perfect thing to enjoy the minute moments of peculiarity found in everyday life.(RRP £18.49, available from selected supermarkets and Selfridges.)

If decorative fancies are what your loved one desires, then why not treat them to the delightful Hendrick’s Gin Teapot? This is a coveted curiosity which will be perfect for serving up warm beverages this festive season. Whether for cocktails, tea or decoration, this charming decanter offers a a more refined and unusual sipping experience. (£30.00, available online.)

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