It is a truth universally acknowledged that a Gin & Tonic is the perfect unwinding drink after a hard day at work.
It’s the perfect thirst quencher whilst simultaneously taking the edge off things.
Now I know some of you out there are going, “yuck I hate tonic water!” Well fear not, I used to be among your company, but this twist simply changes everything up, really for the better, I promise!
The G & T with a twist is brought to you by Bloom Gin, infused by a typical English Country Garden it has a delicate floral taste…
So I thought why not shoot this post in my own English Country Garden too…
You will need:
– 1 Bottle of Bloom Gin (sold in Waitrose)
– 1 Bottle of Schweppes Elderflower Tonic Water
– Punnet of Stawberries
– Some good fun friends to drink with
– preferably some english sunshine, but if not just turn the heating on
Best served up with strawberries to enhance the flavour…
Pour a little bloom gin into your glasses, remember a ‘little’ goes a long way, so don’t overdo it! In this case, its nicer to have more drinks, than one ridiculously strong one! Also I popped my Bloom Gin and Tonic water into the freezer beforehand, so there was no need to ice the glasses, but maybe you might want to!
Then what really makes a difference for those of you out there that hate the bitterness of tonic water…I would like to introduce…
Schweppes NEW Elderflower Tonic water! It works wonder with the English County garden infused Gin!
The only thing left to do, is sit back and relax and careful not to finish off the bottle, and remember to line your stomach!