Cooking with Hendricks gin

Tasting & Living 2016

There are basically two ways to use gin in your dishes when cooking. One is the straight forward one: Allegedly when Julia Child was asked what her favourite dish was, she replied: a red steak and a glass of gin. The other is the more complicated for the rest of us that do not posses Mrs Childs qualities: use gin as an ingredient.

Once in a while you come across a product that clearly has more potential than what it looks like. This is how I feel about Hendricks Gin. It is a gin – and a damn good one – but it is more than “just” a gin. Having listened to a presentation of the history of gin and the ways of distilling gin – and there are more than one way – and having sat through a tasting of Hendricks Gin in different cask strengths and combinations, I…

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