Port of Leith Distillery’s Perfect Gin and Tonic…
We like to mix Lind & Lime with 1 part gin to 2 parts tonic. Perhaps start there, and then add more tonic if you’d like it a little weaker.
Most of us don’t have the perfect ingredients to hand when we’re mixing a G&T at home, and we want you to enjoy our gin any way that you’d like to. But if you want a few more pointers…
The Glass – We like to use a tall glass or hi-ball. It helps keep the fizz in your tonic for longer and it’s easier to measure out your gin to tonic when you’re pouring.
The Tonic – There are a lot of great tonics to try out there. We’ve found that Schweppes Signature Tonic Water from their premium range and local Edinburgh producer Bon Accord Tonic both work beautifully with Lind & Lime. Cushiedoos also make a fabulous tonic with Scottish botanicals and no quinine.
The Ice – Fill your glass with ice – as much as you can. You want the ice to chill and refresh your G&T without diluting it. The bigger the cubes, the longer they will take to melt.
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