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Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb does drinks in an unusual way with Hendricks

burrawa climb

If top views and stunning blue skies have your name on it this January, then the Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb is where you should head. Especially because they’ve got a unique Burrawa Climb these days, which celebrates Australia’s roots and highlights aboriginal stories and landmarks across the Harbour. But particularly because they’ve partnered with Hendricks gin to establish a post-climb gin bar for weary legs and tired climbers. For the month of January, all 18+ climbers that scale the iconic arches of the Sydney Harbour Bridge after 1:00 pm will receive a complimentary refreshing summer drink post-climb at the Celebration Bar. The perfect way to complete your journey with a Hendrick’s Gin and Fever-Tree Tonic, garnished with the iconic cucumber of course.   Here’s how to secure access to the Celebration Bar:   1.       Select a climb between the 3 – 31 January 2022   2.       Choose a climb that departs from 1pm onwards  3.       Book your climb  4.       Climb then cheers!   Book your climb to secure access at the Celebration Bar here.

Limited edition Hendrick’s Lunar is delectably cosmic


Just like the total lunar eclipse that had us all gazing at the heavens a few weeks ago, another celestial event has occurred with the recent launch of Hedrick’s Gin new small-batch, limited edition – Hendrick’s Lunar, the second innovation from the Cabinet of Curiosities.  A delightfully warm concoction, this limited-edition gin was conceived beneath the celestial light of the moon and yields an alluring complexity – best suited to refreshing sundowners, night-sipping, moon gazing and other sensible modes of contemplation. Luke Sanderson, brand ambassador for Hendrick’s Gin in Australia and New Zealand offered advice on the best time to enjoy this new, refreshing offering from Hendrick’s.  “The best time to savour Hendrick’s Lunar Gin is during unusual moments of quiet contemplation. Hendrick’s lovers are familiar with our favourite signature cucumber garnish, and Hendrick’s Lunar Gin is no different, but adding a twist of black pepper will accentuate the top notes of this specially designed gin,” said Sanderson.  This is the second release from Hendrick’s esteemed Master Distiller, Ms Lesley Gracie’s Cabinet of Curiosities and showcases how Ms Gracie’s curious mind is in part inspired by the spectacular surroundings in her playground at the Hendrick’s Gin Palace. The Hendrick’s Gin Palace is a most extraordinary place, hidden away in the remote Scottish Ayrshire coast. Here, away from the city lights and the hustle and bustle, the stars shine bright and the moon makes its magical presence felt. Ms Gracie is known for a spot of midnight gardening and regularly tends to her blossoming collection of… Read More

Hendricks is celebrating Cucumber Day by painting Sydney green

Hendricks cucumber

The countdown to World Cucumber Day is on – 14 June – and to celebrate, Hendrick’s has launched a curious cucumber cocktail service. Starring Sydney bars like PS40, Hotel Ravesis, Gin Lane, Low 302 and Bar M, they’ve launched a cocktail delivery service of hand-curated ‘cuke-tails’ starting from just $10. They’re also giving away 3,000 free cucumber seeds away to encourage you to get green-thumbed at home and grow your own perfect garnish to enjoy a Hendrick’s gin & tonic on World Cucumber Day! For tips on being a green thumb or more about where to go for your ideal G&T, go here

LONDON: Smash gins this Saturday in style at Nine Lives for Midsummer Soltice

Hendricks cocktail

It’s summer in London and that means one thing – drinking in style. But not just anywhere, it’s gotta be done right, and there’s nowhere or no situation that calls for it just as well as Midsummer Soltice, hosted by Henricks gin. It’s all going down at Nine Lives in Southwark, giving drinkers the chance to take the party from the street, to the bar, to the basement as the sun works its gradient through the afternoon. It’s a full day thing, kicking off at 2pm and going right through to the evening’s wee-hours, complete with a playfully light yet wickedly crisp beverage, as partygoers bask in the midsummer sun (hopefully). The event will be set on the beautiful cobbled outdoor space during the day, before heading into the Victorian bar as the sun sets. It’ll put on dancers, actors, DJs and makeup artists for fans, as everyone sips on The Wickerman, a sweet-and-sour combination of Hendrick’s floral Midsummer Solstice Gin, cold-brew jasmine tea, tropical pineapple syrup and lemon; and Vivid Blooms, which comprises the celebrated gin, rhubarb and ginger cordial, aromatic lavender bitters and pomegranate and hibiscus soda.  And once the sun’s gone, the party gets a bit more hedonistic with actors playing out a ritual homage to gin as bartenders pump out the Dark Side of the Sun cocktail, made with Hendrick’s Orbium Gin, nutty Frangelico liqueur, blueberry puree and fragrant lemon verbena. It’ll be delicious regardless of your taste. See more at the Midsummer Soltice website. View this post on Instagram Three men not in a… Read More