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Infusing liqueurs at home with inspiring and seasonal ingredients

Ginger-Lime Gin & Tonic

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For those of you wondering if the Ginger-Lime Gin would make a good G&T…

We thought it was spectacular!

2 oz Ginger-Lime Gin

4 oz Tonic Water

Lime Wedge

Pour gin and tonic over ice, squeeze a bit of lime, stir and enjoy.

This was amazing. We really liked it. I’d like to try this with club soda next time since the ginger-lime gin had so much flavor on its own (including a bit of sweetness from the agave). But I’m almost afraid to mess with this since it was so delicious.

We will make this again…

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Author: Alicia

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12 thoughts on “Ginger-Lime Gin & Tonic

  1. This looks great. I’m going to add this to my summer drink list.

  2. I know I will love this! Wow, thank you.

  3. I love gin and tonic. I love ginger. I love lime. This looks divine!

  4. I wonder how this would be with spicy ginger beer instead of tonic.. mmm.

    • It would probably be delicious! I don’t know if the flavor would overpower the liqueur but it would be worth a try… I had considered throwing a chili pepper in the liqueur, but decided to try it without.

  5. I will be trying this- We should be able to make some great cocktails with the Ginger-Lime Gin…

    • your cocktail recipes always look great, so I will be interested to see what you make!

      • I am thinking a new version of a Gin Buck using champagne instead of ginger ale. So 2oz. of the Ginger-lime gin topped by 3-4 oz. champagne. Maybe a little sugar if needed (the gave may be enough). Call it the “Uptown Buck”.

        I will make the infusion and try it (but give it a try sooner if you like). Should be ready in 3 weeks or so.

        I added you to our “sites we like” links- keep up the good work!

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