Hendrick’s Gin &Tonic

Hi guys!

I told you yesterday I had a little surprise post for you!
Well, here it is! It is a long weekend and the weather is nice so I thought to give you guys some cocktails and extra reading fun of course!

I got introduced to Hendrick’s at the #oonawelcomedays in Antwerp.
There was a little stand with Gin&Tonic!



They even had a “magical” device to give you the special Hendrick’s experience!


The machine makes you smell the fresh cucumbers and the taste of Hendrick’s Gin.

Now, for that Gin & Tonic…
I’ve got the recipe for you to make the one and only Hendrick’s Gin & Tonic!

What do we need:

  • 50 ml Hendrick’s Gin
  • Ice cubes
  • 2 slices of cucumber
  • Schweppes


How to:

Fill a glass for two thirds with ice cubes. Pour the Hendrick’s gin into the glass.
Take two slices of cucumber and rub them around the edge of the glass. Place them on top of the ice.
Fill the rest of the glass with Schweppes or any other tonic if you don’t like Schweppes.


I’m not a Gin & Tonic expert but this gin is by far the best I’ve ever tasted! It’s not the most budget-friendly, unfortunately. But a good Gin & Tonic is worth the price I think. This Gin costsΒ around 35 euros.


Grab your Gin & Tonic and find yourself a nice and cosy spot in the sun!

Have a delicious day ❀
xxx Sarah

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    1. Hi!

      My blog is indeed on a WordPress platform. I don’t host it myself since this is a free WordPress blog πŸ™‚ I don’t need to code anything, I just customize certain things to my own style. If you want a blog hosted by WordPress with your own domain name, you still don’t have to know any coding stuff πŸ™‚ It’s really great!
      I hope my answer could somehow help you πŸ™‚
      Enjoy the weekend!


  1. The magical scent machine is so funny! We like Hendricks at our house, too. We usually have it with a slice of cucumber for G&T. πŸ™‚ Once I had a cocktail made with Hendricks and lavender and something else at a restaurant, and that was super lovely!


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