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Crafting the Perfect Gin and Tonic: A Timeless Classic

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5 minutes
cooking time
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total time
5 minutes


  • Highball glass

  • Jigger (measuring tool)

  • Stirring spoon

  • Ice cube tray


  • 2 oz (60 ml) quality gin

  • 4 oz (120 ml) tonic water

  • Freshly squeezed lime juice

  • Ice cubes

  • Lime wheel or wedge for garnish

  • Juniper berries (optional)


Chill glassware.
Prepare ice.
Measure ingredients.
Build and garnish.
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