Hendrick’s Gin Presents The Juniper Sling Cocktail

The Juniper Sling cocktail is inspired perfumers Penhaligon’s, Juniper Sling fragrance. Crafted by Geoff Robinson from Happiness Forgets, it combines the bitter notes of lemon juice with the freshness of juniper and sweetness of sugar syrup, to provide a delightfully refreshing tipple for your palette this spring.


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40ml Hendrick’s Gin

20ml Byrrh

20ml Lemon Juice

10ml Sugar Syrup*

Dash Celery Bitters (available in all good spirit retailers)

Dash Lemon Bitters (available in all good spirit retailers)

6 Juniper Berries – (lightly muddled)

Topped Tonic Water


* Sugar syrup – sugar and water boiled together


Glass: Hi Ball

Method: Gently muddle juniper and combine other ingredients in a hi ball /sling glass. Add cubed ice, churn and top with Tonic Water

Garnish: Two slices of cucumber

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