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3 twists on a classic G&T you have to try

3 twists on a classic G&T you have to try

Up your gin and tonic game with these mouthwatering cocktail recipes from Fever-Tree.

3 twists on a classic G&T you have to try

Believing that the best cocktails are made with the best mixers, the team at Fever-Tree have crafted a range of 13 premium mixers.

From their Elderflower Tonic Water, to their Spicy Orange Ginger Ale, Fever-Tree’s range lets you create the finest cocktails from home.

And as big fans of the classic G&T, Fever-Tree are launching the world’s first virtual gin festival.

Bringing together world-class mixologists and industry gurus, the Fever-Tree Gin & Tonic Festival invites you into the exclusive world of gin and tonic, from the comfort of your couch. Click here to register. 

Pink G&T

Put a sophisticated spin on your gin and tonic with Fever-Tree’s Aromatic Tonic Water.

Gentle bitterness from South American angostura bark blend with aromatic botanicals of cardamon, ginger, Madagascan vanilla and Jamaican pimento berries to create a refreshing taste, balanced with citrus notes and a dry finish.

INGREDIENTS

150ml of Fever-Tree Aromatic Tonic Water

50ml of juniper-rich gin

Fresh ice

A twist of orange peel

 

METHOD

Fill a Spanish-style copa glass (or a large wine glass) with plenty of fresh, clear ice.

Add in a measure of a Navy Strength or juniper-forward gin (such as Plymouth, Tanqueray or Sipsmith) then top with the Fever-Tree Aromatic Tonic Water and a twist of orange peel.

 

Cucumber Garden Party

Crisp and summery, a touch of cucumber adds a fresh take on your G&T. Fever-Tree’s Refreshingly Light Cucumber pairs perfectly with a floral gin like Tanqueray to create a distinctively delicious tipple.

 

INGREDIENTS

3 parts Fever-Tree Refreshingly Light Cucumber

1 part Tanqueray Gin

 

METHOD

Add gin to a copa glass, add ice and top with Fever-Tree Refreshingly Light Cucumber.

Garnish with a thin cucumber ribbon.

 

Sloe Gin & Clementine Tonic

With sumptuous notes of plum and red berries, slow gin is a deliciously sweet choice from your standard gin. Bringing out the flavours and adding just the right bitter notes, Fever-Tree Clementine Tonic Water is the perfect pairing to the sweetness of sloe gin.

The ideal daytime cocktail, this drink is a go-to for those looking for a delightfully-sweet twist on your classic G&T.

 

INGREDIENTS

150ml of Fever-Tree Clementine Tonic Water

50ml of Sloe Gin

Lots of ice

Lemon slice

 

METHOD

Measure the gin into a copa glass filled with large and fresh ice cubes. Add the Fever-Tree Clementine Tonic Water slowly and give a gentle stir. Top with a fresh slice of lemon and enjoy.

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