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10 Great Ways to Celebrate Gin and Tonic July

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1. Make a great gin and tonic

2 oz gin
5 oz all-natural tonic water
Lime wedge for garnish

Fill a highball glass with ice cubes. Add the gin and the tonic. Stir well. Garnish with a lime wedge and serve.

Gin and Tonic Glassware

2. Invest in some glassware

Try the Libbey Swerve Set or these Grand Rock Highball Glasses with Ice Ball Molds.

3. Switch it up

Check out 6 variations on the classic gin and tonic recipe.

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4. Taste a better tonic

Try Fentimans, Q Tonic, or Fever Tree.
Better yet, try all three.

Orange Twist

5. Upgrade your garnish

The lime isn’t the only fruit worthy of inclusion. Try a little something different - you just might like it.

Scrappy's Lime Bitters

6. Add a bitter bite to your G&T

Add a few dashes of Scrappy’s Lime Bitters to your gin and tonic and taste a world of difference.

Gin and Titonic Ice Cubes

7. Sink the ship that is your thirst
(and declare your love for inappropriate puns)

Gin & Titonic Ice Cube Tray

9. Try something new

If you’ve never tried the good stuff, you can’t say you’ve had a proper gin and tonic - Refer back to #3.

Negroni

10. Drink more gin

Even if you’re not a fan of tonic you can get into the spirit with another classic gin cocktail.


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