Seagram's vs Hendrick's

  1. This gin has a strong flavour

    55% 45%
  2. This is a spicy gin

    50% 50%
  3. This gin is very versatile

    50% 50%
  4. This gin makes a good gimlet

    50% 50%
  5. This gin has a classic flavour

    44% 56%
  6. This gin is good served with soda water

    41% 59%
  7. This gin makes a good negroni

    36% 64%
  8. This gin is a bit weird

    35% 65%
  9. This gin has a clean flavour

    26% 74%
  10. This gin has strong flavours other than juniper

    25% 75%
  11. I often drink this gin

    23% 77%
  12. This gin is good neat

    23% 77%
  13. This gin makes a good martini

    21% 79%
  14. This gin has a distinctive flavour

    19% 81%
  15. This gin goes well with tonic

    19% 81%
  16. This gin has a complex flavour

    10% 90%

What's going on here?

The absolute rankings are interesting for large scale comparisons but when you want to know about two specific languages it's much more informative to look at how the two fare when they go directly head to head.

Here are all the statements which we've got enough comparisons between Seagram's and Hendrick's to be meaningful and which of the two our users picked.

The order in which we're presenting them is a little arbitrary (sorry), but we've tried to put the things which they're both good at first so as to give you the most interesting picture of it.