Making cocktails is a science and can be particularly tricky especially when you need one thousand different ingredients. We like our G&Ts because they are simple and always delicious! But what if we gave you some cocktail recipes that take as much time as a G&T to mix? Here are 7 delicious ones that you can make at home with your favourite Gin and other spirits!
Have you heard of this one before? Probably not. Why? Because it is so new that you can’t even buy it yet! This is the tonic water for True Gin Connoisseurs and Distillers to deliver the full taste experience of the botanicals in the Gin. Distillers Tonic has a subtle flavour profile, super-smooth, with just enough lemon and lime zing to ensure the individual flavours of the Gin shine through.
In case you haven’t got your date sorted for Valentine’s day yet.. Here is a little help to make a fellow Gin lover fall in love with you. Blame the alcohol if these don’t work 😝
Do of course take the below with a pinch of salt! We are not medical professionals, and the article is intended as entertainment only.
With Dry January being mentioned all over the place we thought we’d give you 8 reasons why DryGinuary (where you spend the month celebrating Gin!) might just be better for you. I’m sure we’ve all read that a small glass of red might be good for you, so now lets see what our favourite friend Gin has to offer!
1. Drinking gin may help stop wrinkles & reduces ageing!
Juniper berries have high levels of antioxidants, which can help you stay healthy, fight wrinkles and keep you looking youthful. We can’t promise drinking gin will directly lead to this but the juniper berry is a powerful little thing that can also help cell regeneration and also reduce inflammation. (source)
Read this post and you won’t have a valid excuse to say no to a drink. Ever. Again.
Tonic water, made with bitter quinine mixed with sugar and lemon, was used in India by the British army to ward off Malaria – often helped down with a ration of gin. Years later is it now the quintessential mixer for Gin. Peter Spanton Beverages has looked back to redefine modern tonic water.
Our second “ILoveGin club” monthly G&T box will feature two of the Peter Spanton range: Their Classic No.1 Tonic Water, and their No.9 Cardamom Tonic Water.
In their signature classic No 1. London Tonic, the strong taste of quinine is balanced with Sicilian lemon oil and the essence of bitter orange peel. It is sweetened with Sucralose which is 600 times sweeter than sugar so only a very small amount is needed to produce a perfect tonic of under 4 calories.