Gin and Tonic only has a few ingredients, but the combination is just so well thought out. I was honestly surprised by just how much I liked it. Be careful though, it’s a dangerous trap to underestimate the alcoholic beverage because of how easy it is to drink.
I love this classic cocktail and I hope you do as well since this is so easy to do. If you liked this post and want to stay updated for new posts, feel free to subscribe and/or follow my social media.
Gin and Tonic
MY favourite cocktail by far. So crisp, so refreshing.
- 2 ounces gin
- 175 ml tonic water
- 2 lime wedges one for juicing and one for garnish. Don't forget to roll the lime before you cut it.
- At least a nice big handful of ice
- Chill the glass by either putting in the freezer for about 5-10 minutes or filling the glass up with ice cubes and setting aside for 10 minutes.
- Empty the glass if need be, add your gin and squeeze in your lime juice, making sure the skin is facing down so that the lime juice gets the oils from the skin.
- Add your tonic water (something you can try if you wish is to tilt your glass to the side while pouring the tonic water as it helps keep the fizz).
- Remember to chill your glass, you want to cocktail to stay cold.