Gin & Tea (Herbal & Floral refreshment at its best)

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Gin & Tea (Herbal & Floral refreshment at its best)

Boozy Iced-Tea

A delicious way to enhance your Iced-Tea experience.

Refreshing blend of organic Jasmine Tea, Honey, Gin and Chartreuse is all you need to refresh your body in and out.

Love Gin?? Enjoy drinking an Iced-Tea?? No problem!! This boozy iced tea is a vibrant refreshing drink for both Tea and Gin lovers.

Ingredients:

  • Bombay Sapphire Gin 50ml
  • Yellow Chartreuse 10ml (If you don’t have yellow, replace it with green)
  • Lemon Juice 15ml
  • Honey Syrup 15ml
  • Freshly Brewed Jasmine Tea 100ml

Method:

Put all the ingredients in cocktail shaker, give it a hard shake and double strain into a highball glass over ice.

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Gin and Tonic reborn in Spanish-style.

 

This is the 21st-century gin and tonic as it is served in out-sized wine glasses all over Spain. In Spain, they continued using the English name “Gin and Tonic”, without the “and” so it became popular as “Gin Tonic”

This Popular drink combination is known to be created by British army in India as a defense system against protozoal infection Malaria.

On paper, the gin and tonic appears like an easy drink. And in theory, it ought to be. folks order it with complete indifference. perhaps they like a lime wedge over a lemon (that’s associate yankee thing). Most people don’t have an opinion on quality of Tonic water to be honest.

In Spain, the easy mixed drink in Highball or Collins glass simply won’t cut it. Its bars are serving gin and tonics in out-sized wine glasses that look additional like classic Burgundy vessels which in my opinion look simply gorgeous and attractive. 

I must say that the Spanish have actually taken gin-tonics to their hearts: “Even within the smallest bar within the smallest town, they’ll have anywhere between 20-30 different bottles of gin and 10-15 varieties of tonics,” No Kidding.

Gin and Tonic are indeed in a unbreakable beautiful relationship since 19th century which seem to becoming more interesting day by day.

I quickly would like to share two of my favorite variations to Gin and Tonic.

 

1 – Cucumber and Rosemary Gin-Tonic

 

2 – Orange, Mint and Lime Gin-Tonic

 

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