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GMT #2 (stirred a bit).

GMT #2 (stirred a bit).

GMT #3 Starting from your regular G&T, add ice to the collins (or similar) glass, and build over it. Add 1.5 oz gin and fill up with about 4 oz of tonic. Finally float 1 oz of green mint liqueur. Garnish with a spring of mint.

GMT #3 Starting from your regular G&T, add ice to the collins (or similar) glass, and build over it. Add 1.5 oz gin and fill up with about 4 oz of tonic. Finally float 1 oz of green mint liqueur. Garnish with a spring of mint.

GMT #1 (not stirred).

GMT #1 (not stirred).

GMT #4 ... stir gently and refresh your lazy summer (or early hot-autumn) afternoon. (If this comes a little too sweet for you, cut the mint liqueur in half, and increase the gin with a quarter.) Cheers!

GMT #4 ... stir gently and refresh your lazy summer (or early hot-autumn) afternoon. (If this comes a little too sweet for you, cut the mint liqueur in half, and increase the gin with a quarter.) Cheers!

The sun unleashed a beautiful prominence eruption from its east limb (left side) on Monday, April 16, 2012. Here, the M1.7-class solar flare was seen by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory. (NASA/GSFC/SDO)       PrevNextGo to page  1

The sun unleashed a beautiful prominence eruption from its east limb (left side) on Monday, April 16, 2012. Here, the M1.7-class solar flare was seen by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory. (NASA/GSFC/SDO) PrevNextGo to page 1

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