An old-timey classic that never gets old. The herbal and earthy notes of gin play delightfully with the bitter sweetness of tonic water, resulting in a super refreshing cocktail. It’s sophisticated, yet simple, and best of all, it’s wildly easy to make at home.
- 2 oz. Tanqueray Gin
- 3 oz. tonic water
- Lime wedge garnish
How to make a gin & tonic:
Fill a glass with ice. Add your Tanqueray Gin and then top it off with your tonic water. Give it a little stir and add lime as a garnish. Take a sip & then smack your lips and say “ahhh.”
How is a gin & tonic different from a vodka tonic?
They’re essentially the same, except the spirits are different. Gin has a much more botanical flavor though, so it’s going to offer a much more textured sip than your crisp-and-clean vodka tonic.
Are gin & tonics healthy?
They sort of taste like medicine (in a good way), but alcohol is alcohol and should be enjoyed according to recommendations of health professionals.
What is the best gin for gin & tonic?
Can’t go wrong with the all-time classic Tanqueray Gin. It’s one of the best-selling gins in the world for a very good reason.
Can I get gin & tonic delivery near me?
Indeed you can. Just toss some Tanqueray, tonic water, and limes into your Saucey shopping cart and we’ll be there very shortly.
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Loving this drink.