The All Important Pickle
We began with the idea of marrying the attributes of Katzs legendary half-sour pickle with the botanical profile of our gin. Master Distiller, Ms. Lesley Gracie collaborated with Katzs owner and chief pickle auteur, Jake Dell through a lengthy transatlantic process of refinement and experimentation. The two landed on a brine that featured gin standard juniper and cubeb berries, with an additional emphasis on coriander a botanical shared by both Katzs pickles and HENDRICKS GIN.
The resulting pickle goes beautifully with a pastrami sandwich and is surprisingly divine as a cocktail garnish, yielding a new world in which pickles can taste like gin and gin can taste like pickles.
Our certain-to-sell-out, limited-edition Gin-Inspired Pickles may be acquired via katzsdelicatessen.com commencing the 27th of September. To remain au currant as to our upcoming pipeline of gin-inspired pickled products, follow #HendricksKatzsPickles
Hendrick’s Gin And Katz’s Delicatessen Gin
What does unusual gin from Scotland have in common with a deli in the Lower East Side of Manhattan? Cucumbers! What started as an outlandish April Fools joke, has now become a reality…
Pickles, which of course are just cucumbers in another form, are a staple of Katzs Delicatessen, and cucumbers are one of the two key essences that make HENDRICKS GIN unlike any other .
Although Katzs has been pickling since Benjamin Harrison was president, they never considered brining pickles with gin botanicals.
Indeed no one has.
HENDRICKS originally launched the pickles as an April Fool’s joke, whereupon the mass of informed humanity otherwise known as the internet responded by imploring the gin-maker to turn the novel concept into a novel reality. Not ones to stand in the way of progress, the Scots at HENDRICKS said, challenge accepted! To bring the delightfully unusual idea to life, HENDRICKS joined forces with the most premiere pickle purveyor on the market: Katzs Delicatessen, the quest to create a radically new kind of pickle.
How To Alcohol Hendricks Gin
Gins aerial and different complication makes it a abundant spirit to adore neat, and Hendricks Gin is one of the best for accomplishing aloof that. To get the best out of a canteen of Hendricks back adequate the spirit neat, put the canteen in the freezer for a few hours afore serving. As gin heats up, it releases added of the flavours, alms a new acquaintance for tasting every distinct botanical anxiously crafted in Hendricks creations.
If youd rather mix your gin, stick with simple mixers that acquiesce Hendricks addendum to flash through. You cant go amiss with a Gin & Tonic, which adds a beginning access to the canteen while befitting the gins flavours in prime position.
When authoritative cocktails with Hendricks gin, use the rules of accompaniment and contrast. Highlight the cucumber and rose by abacus capacity that accompany out those addendum after demography centre stage. A adumbration of citrus or bough of rosemary can be the final blow back it comes to creating your abutting favourite gin-based cocktail.
If youd rather chase the rules of the Adept Distiller and alcohol the spirit the aforementioned way the one accurate able recommends, do as Leslie Gracie does and mix Hendricks gin with soda baptize and elderflower cordial.
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At first after opening the bottle of smooth Hendricks Gin a fine juniper berry scent is released. After a short time the fragrance also uncovers a shade of rose which in combination with the Juniper berry fragrance ensures a sweet smell adventure.
In addition to juniper berry, aromas of roses can also be traced on the palate. However they are accompanied by a pleasant peppery note which is probably due to the botanical black pepper. In the finish the taste of the robust and flavorful Hendricks Gin evaporates very quickly and leaves an interesting sharpness on the palate which in no way interferes with the unique taste of the Hendricks Gin.
The small-batch Hendricks Gin is made in Girvan in Scotland in the traditional distillery William Grant & Sons. William Grant, his seven sons and two daughters began building the distillery in 1860.The distillery has been producing spirits since 1887 and is known primarily for its Blended Scotch Whisky. Today the distillery is the largest in Scotland and is also family-owned. Only about 500 liters of Hendricks Gin is produced annually making this Gin quiet sough-after and great collectors item.
For the production of the Hendricks Gin a traditional method is used which provides for the use of a Carter-Head still dating back to 1948 and a secret recipe.
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