Hendrick’s Gin has big plans for National Cucumber Day. As big as a blimp flying over your head. 'The cucumber is the defining botanical of Hendrick’s Gin. It’s what separates us from our competition. What better way to celebrate it than to make it fly for the entire U.S. to see,' said Jim Ryan, National Brand Ambassador for Hendrick’s Gin. To celebrate National Cucumber - June 14th if you forgot to mark it on your calendar – Hendrick’s constructed a custom airship in the likeness of a cucumber, which the company recommends as a garnish for its gin instead of the traditional lime. Hendrick’s differs from its rivals because it infuses its gin with the Bulgarian Rosa Damascena and specially selected cucumbers in addition to the traditional juniper. Ryan said the company will be flying its cucumber dirigible for 16 weeks, touching down in select spots across the country. 'I’ve been trying to get this to go up for just about my entire seven years on Hendrick’s now,' said Ryan. 'This opportunity presented itself and there was no turning it down once it was in our hands.' As for the gin itself, Hendrick’s is the combination of two different spirits from a pair of rare and unusual stills: the Bennet still and the Carter-Head still. Hendrick’s believes it has greater control over the production process than its competitors because it distills in batches of 500 liters, far smaller than the 1,000 liters traditionally designated as a so-called small batch.
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