Spain on your mind? No worries! This gin and tonic is a fab way to bring transport you to the streets of Mallorca. Just prepare your next G&T with fresh orange zest and a flamed cinnamon stick. This combination is a kind of Spanish islands classic, especially in the Balearic Islands. It doesn’t always have to be out of the bucket with straws.
Gin and tonic with cinnamon and orange
- 2 oz Old Tom Gin
- 4 oz Tonic water
- 1/2 piece Organic orange
- 1 stick Cinnamon bark
- Peel the orange zest with a peeler.
- Flame cinnamon sticks briefly on all sides with a lighter to release the essential oils.
- Chill the glass by filling them to the brim with ice cubes.
- Pour gin and tonic water into the glass. Add the cinnamon sticks. Squeeze 1-2 orange zests over the glass to spray the essential oils onto the glass.
- Wipe the zests around the glass edges and add them to the gin and tonic. Stir once with a spoon.
Gin Tonic Recipes – Other Variations
Along with Rum and Coke, Gin Fizz and Mojito, Gin and Tonic remains one of the most popular long drinks that is suitable for all occasions. There are so many ways to make this drink. Below we show a few. We would love to hear how you like them!
Recommended Gins for G&T
Tanqueray London Dry Gin
Tanqueray gin’s unmistakable flavor is smooth and balanced, with notes of lemon and juniper and a long and spicy finish. One of the best gins for every gin based drink.
>> Tanqueray London Dry Gin Review
Sipsmith London Dry Gin
Sipsmith is a gin that is made by hand and in very small quantities. It is one of the spirits with the most international awards thanks to its expressive flavor and aroma. We recommend that you try it as part of a Gin & Tonic.
>> Sipsmith’s London Dry Gin Review
Beefeater London Dry Gin
Beefeater is the most exported Premium Gin brand in the world. An exceptionally fresh gin with a subtle citrus and fruity touch. The complexity of Beefeater’s recipe produces a gin that is multi-dimensional in character and at the same time, balanced and complete.
>> Beefeater London Dry Gin Review
Popular Gin Cocktails
Replace the blackberries in the Bramble with strawberries, and you obtain this refreshing drink. Simply muddle in some strawberries with lemon juice and add gin and ice on top. Delicious!
>> Strawberry Bramble Recipe
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