• Category – Spirits, gin, 43.4% abv
  • Available – From this month, limited supply
  • Location – Available worldwide, for a limited period
  • Price – In the UK, SRP of GBP35 (US$46.90) per 70cl bottle

William Grant & Sons is releasing a new expression of its Hendrick’s gin brand with the sea-inspired Neptunia.

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The extension has been produced using a blend of Scottish coastal botanicals that has a ‘bright citrus’ flavour. Classed as an experimental gin by Hendrick’s, the expression will be available globally in the on- and off-premise channels for a limited time.

Hendrick’s Neptunia was created on the Ayrshire coast of south-west Scotland and is part of the brand’s ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ range, which began in 2019. The line consists of a series of ‘experimentation’ gins created by master distiller Lesley Gracie.

“Most of my creations are based on memories – I play around with botanicals and combine them to recreate certain sensations,” said Gracie.

Neptunia joins the likes of Midsummer Solstice, released in 2019, and Hendrick’s Lunar Gin, from the beginning of 2020, in the ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’.

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