Interesting Gin and Tonics that you need to try - Boozez

Interesting Gin and Tonics that you need to try

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Summer’s here and what is a more apt drink than a gin & tonic to celebrate the heat and refresh yourself? Try out these interesting gin and tonics now!

 

Cucumber & Rose Gin & Tonic

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Cucumber has been a staple in many cocktails but spice it up by adding rose into your cucumber gin & tonic! The rose scent in this drink will definitely perk up your day! After all, a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.

 

Strawberry & Pepper Gin & Tonic

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Black pepper in a gin & tonic? Seems like a weird combination doesn’t it? Try it out before you call this drink out. The ground black peppercorns provide a contrast to the tangy strawberry and give your gin & tonic a kick you never knew it needed. This is definitely one of the most interesting gin and tonics you will try!

 

Melon Gin & Tonic

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Garnished with melon balls and infused with melon flavours, this gin & tonic is for all you melon lovers out there! This drink is sweet and refreshing – perfect for a hot summer’s day. To cool things up a bit more, you could also make this drink into an iced slushy. Fun and cooling – it would make a great summer party drink!

 

Ginger & Lime Gin & Tonic

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Down with the flu? This is the gin & tonic just for you! I am just kidding but this would be the gin & tonic I would go for if I was sick. The warm and earthy notes of the ginger balances with the citrus notes of the lime in this gin & tonic. A combination that is surprisingly awesome.

There are tons of other gin & tonic variations out there and these are just some recommendations. Do check out the rest that are available too! Check out more drinks on Boozez, Singapore’s Number 1 online drinking platform.

 

Rosemary Gin & Tonic

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Rosemary is not just for your Sunday roasts! Add it into your gin & tonic as well. Throw in a sprig of rosemary to enhance the herbal flavour notes of your gin and enhance your typical gin & tonic. Be sure to use a tonic water that is subtle so that it does not overpower the flavour of the gin.

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