Hendrick’s Gin Invites You To Make Harmonious Music With Cucumbers

Make harmonious music with cucumbers and Hendrick's Gin

Make harmonious music with cucumbers and Hendrick’s Gin

Kerry was invited by Hendrick’s Gin to make harmonious music with cucumbers.

Calling all gin lovers, Hendrick’s Perilous Laboratory for the Absorbment of Natural Teachings (P.L.A.N.T) is conducting a genuine and most scientific experiment where you can make harmonious music through cucumber collaboration and cocktail consumption.

Greeted by Hendrick’s Laboratorians, Kerry was led  through the experiment to make music through collaborating with a set of cucumbers, which are rigged up to a piece of software that when triggered creates a different sound and style. The sounds are programmed and designed in such a way that when all played together – a verdant and cacophonic composition worthy only of the ears of the curious is created.

In true Hendrick’s spirit, it’s a little peculiar but lots of fun and there’s the added bonus in that you are rewarded with a wee libation for your efforts.

It’s on at Assembly George Square Gardens, Edinburgh from 3rd-13th August from 12:00 – 23:00 and even better, entry is free with no ticket required.

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About Kerry Teakle

Working in communications during the day, by night, Kerry is a self-confessed culture vulture and foodie, and can be found lapping up anything culinary or to do with the arts.

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