gin and tonic

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Noun1.gin and tonic - gin and quinine water
gin - strong liquor flavored with juniper berries
highball - a mixed drink made of alcoholic liquor mixed with water or a carbonated beverage and served in a tall glass
quinine water, tonic, tonic water - lime- or lemon-flavored carbonated water containing quinine
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I'M using less and less tonic in my gin and tonic these days.
Have a wee How did your gin and tonic piece and don't give any to kids, as it contains a significant amount of alcohol.
Others don't come out as well: At the Arcadia Club on Green Street, he was faced with a rookie bartender who didn't know how to make a gin and tonic.
Gin and Tonic menus change depending on location at the various Jaleo restaurants overseen by chef Jose Andres.
Gin and tonic was first drunk in India in the 1850s.
A gin and tonic with a great gin and Fever Tree tonic water, along with a nice, fresh lime, truly is a little slice of heaven," says beverage director Rick Pitcher.
Most people can accept a pip or two in an orange, but no one likes a lemon seed in their dessert, their gin and tonic, or on their fish.
In addition, G&J Greenall will be exhibiting its newly re-packagedGreenall's Gin and Tonic cans,as well as introducing its new premium Russian vodka brand, Cristalnaya, yet to be launched in the UK.
If you sit down with a glass of gin and tonic, all you need to do is rattle the glass and he'll be straight over.
Meanwhile, warm 250ml of the gin and tonic mixture in a saucepan until hot but not boiling.
The gin and tonic has been a huge boon for gin, especially now that we have dry tonics," he says, adding that it really allows you to enjoy the flavors of gin without being overwhelmed as you would with a Martini.
ROYAL SPIRIT: The Prince of Wales enjoys a gin and tonic at William Grant's distillery in Ayrshire