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Gin & Tonic with Mint, Lime, and Blueberries

Classic drink recipe with a twist - perfect for Father's Day and hot summer afternoons and evenings.

This Blood Orange Gin and Tonic is a vibrant, sweet and citrusy cocktail made with high quality ingredients! Get the recipe from SavorySimple.net.

Blood Orange Gin and Tonic Ingredients ½ cup blood orange juice blood oranges) ½ cup good quality tonic water, such as Fever Tree or Whole Foods 365 ¼ - ½ lime, juiced (I like a lot of lime) 1 shot good quality gin, such as Bombay Sapphire

Since we're in the middle of a heatwave here in LA, this drink is on the menu all weekend long. This sparkling cucumber mint gin is the ideal cocktail to sip outside during these hot summer nights as you wait for the sun to set and the sky to turn orange.

Since we& in the middle of a heatwave here in LA, this drink is on the menu all weekend long. This sparkling cucumber mint gin is the ideal cocktail to sip outside during these hot summer nights as you wait for the sun to set and the sky to turn orange.

fresh peach gin and tonic I howsweeteats.com

Frech peach gin and tonicsingredients: rice peach, sliced 2 ounces gin (I used Tanqueray) 4 ounces tonic water (Fever Tree is my fave!) 1 ounce freshly squeeze lime juice crushed ice rosemary sprigs for garnish lime wedges for garnish

Lavender Lemon Gin & Tonic Granita Cocktail craft cocktail, craft cocktails, cocktails, granita, tonic, simple syrup, lemon juice, magic blue ice, dessert, easy, summer recipe,

Hendrick's Gin, Fever Tree Tonic, lavender infused simple syrup and fresh squeezed lemon juice, the Lavender Lemon Gin & Tonic Granita Cocktail

Cinnamon Orange: 1. Place the orange peel and 1-2 fresh cinnamon sticks into your glass. 2. Fill glass with ice cubes, add 5cl Bombay Sapphire and top off with tonic water.

Cinnamon Orange: Place the orange peel and fresh cinnamon sticks into your glass. Fill glass with ice cubes, add Bombay Sapphire and top off with tonic water.

I will admit, I didn't set out to make a cocktail for the blog this week. I just happened to have 2 mint plants sitting around, begging to be used. And while there are many recipes that call for mint, I kept thinking about the upcoming Kentucky Derby. While a mint julep would be fun (and expected), I wanted to do something else. This is sort of a twist on a Tom Collins, using lemon instead of lime and adding tasty blackberries and mint. This takes the classic gin and tonic to a whole ne...

fun (and expected), I wanted to do something else. This is sort of a twist on a Tom Collins, using lemon instead of lime and adding tasty blackberries and mint. This takes the classic gin and tonic to a whole ne.