Recipe by Cubby
"Nothing says summer like the good ol' G&T!"
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2 fluid ounces
4 fluid ounces
fresh lime juice
I LOVE a good gin and tonic! Maybe it's the English in me coming out. This is a definite classic! An oldy but a goody. Go for a good quality gin and don't add the extra lime juice, keep it clean and simple. I do like the lime garnish though - Cheers!
Sorry...much too much lime juice! Choose between the juice and the wedge.
This is a great recipe! So simple, yet so quintessentially summer-time British! Cheers to all!
Gin and Tonics ROCK
The gin and tonic... Two ingredients that many folks love to hate! I, however, enjoy the flavor of gin, and I'm learning to appreciate tonic water. I recommend staying away from diet tonic, though! Yuck! A good rule of thumb is 1 part gin to two parts tonic. Add a squeeze of lemon (or lime, if you prefer). I think the tablespoon of lime juice and wedge of lime are a bit much for me. Like another reviewer, I've also tried this with a splash of Rose's sweetened lime juice instead. Refreshing!
To us Brits, a G&T comes with a wedge of lemon. Lime will do at a push, but lemon is the way to go!
Never tried gin in my life til i had a gin and tonic. All i can say is mm mm goodd. fresh lime is the key to this delicious drink.
Absolutely ethereal. These drinks remind me of my dead grandmother who went to heaven. Truly a gift from above.(Only someone from below could hate them and if they were from below they cannot be from Arkansas).
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