HENDRICK’S NEPTUNIA Fizz
Other gin cocktails are of course desirable, but few match the outlandish wonder of the HENDRICK’S NEPTUNIA GIN Fizz. It is impossible to avoid bias when speaking of this masterpiece. Something about the ravishingly refreshing opera of flavour of the HENDRICK’S NEPTUNIA Fizz inspires lifelong loyalty. Judge for yourself, we’re extremely confident you’ll agree.
- 2 parts HENDRICK’S NEPTUNIA GIN
- 1 part Fresh Lime
- 1 part Simple Syrup
- Soda water
- 3 Slices Cucumber
How to make
- Combine all ingredients in a highball glass filled with cubed ice.
- Stir gently.
- Top with soda water.
- Garnish with 3 sliced rounds of cucumber.
- Cucumber Slice
- Feasts & Dinner Parties
- Garden Parties & Picnics
- Refreshing Summer Drinks
If you don't have simple syrup or soda water you can swap both of these and use lemonade instead.
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people often ask us
What other cocktails are like the Hendrick's Neptunia Fizz?
Many, the fizz is a very old cocktail recipe dating back, first mentioned back in 1887.
When is the best time to drink a Hendrick's Neptunia Fizz?
We love to drink it on a warm summer afternoon with friends.
What could you substitute for soda water in a Hendrick's Neptunia Fizz?
A brief history
Gin can be traced back to the Middle Ages, with a spirit flavoured with Genever (the Dutch word for Juniper) referenced in a 13th Century Flemish manuscript. Like many spirits, gin was originally produced as a medicine to treat conditions such as dyspepsia and gout and was popularly drank by British soldiers fighting the Dutch in the 17th Century. It made its way to Britain in the early 18th Century, being produced as homebrew in many British homes.