Hennigan's Scotch Scenes From "Seinfeld"


The clips you're about to watch took quite a while to find but the end result was definitely worth the effort. The phoney Scotch known simply as "Hennigan's" has been referenced in four different scenes from three episodes of "Seinfeld". Hennigans Scotch was actually a bit of a running gag throughout season three.

We've been told that Hennigan's has been mentioned at least one other time throughout the series but have yet to locate the specific scene. All of the appearances and mentions of Hennigan's have been compiled into one video for you viewing pleasure. The episode titles are listed also. Check out the clip and some funny Hennigan's pictures below.

UPDATE: Here are two additional Hennigan's appearances which were spotted after this article was originally posted back in 2011. The first (or fourth) clip aired a full four years (nearly a hundred episodes) after the previous one. The sighting itself is very brief however.  The entire scene clocks in at just over 30 seconds.  We spotted the bottle at the 19:52 mark. All thanks and praise goes out to the one and only Simon Seaton over at www.somanywhiskies.com.  Click here to follow Simon on twitter and be sure to check out his site.

Finally, here is the last Hennigan's appearance. I had to see it for myself to believe it. It had been about a year and a half since the previous Hennigan's scene was posted here and I honestly thought there were no more. That was until someone named "Shopgirl" told me about this scene in the comments section. Lord knows what I'd do without the keen eye of the loyal readers. Thanks a million, Shopgirl!

This Hennigan's sighting takes place about 12 minutes into the classic (aren't they all?) Seinfeld episode entitled "The Fatigues".Only the letters H-e-n-n are visible as it is a side view of the bottle, but it is clearly the same green bottle used in the previous episodes.  You've gotta love the writer's attention to detail here. It's hilarious that they would actually do something so subtle as to put the slightly-obscurred Hennigan's bottle in the scene.









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