An ice cold G&T is one of our favourite ways to round off the week. There’s something satisfying about the clink of ice, the fizz of tonic water and lime wedges on a Friday night. Of course, we love the classic – and you shouldn’t mess with a classic. But then we got thinking; could we improve it? Not so much improve, but switch it up a bit, to keep things interesting.
Of course, we love the classic – and you shouldn’t mess with a classic. But then we got thinking; could we improve it? Not so much improve, but switch it up a bit, to keep things interesting.
After a little research and a lot of experimentation (selfless, we know), we came up with 5 ways to take your G&T to the next level.
1. Try sloe gin
Swap your usual measure for a shot of sloe gin and top up with tonic and plenty of ice. It makes a sweeter drink in a pretty pink colour.
See the recipe: Sloe Gin
2. Freeze it
You only need 4 ingredients to make these fab summer berry ice lollies made with gin, blueberries, elderflower cordial and sparkling water. Make them ahead and pop them in the freezer, ready to pull out when you need them. Very refreshing on a warm evening or at a summer BBQ.
See the recipe: Cocktail Lollies
3. Add tea
Be on trend and serve a G&Tea at your drinks party, made with gin and green tea syrup. It’s better for you, right? Make your own simple green tea syrup and it will keep in the fridge for a month.
See the recipe: G & Tea
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