Give your favorite drink a touch of the orient. With the first sip, the essential oils of the crispy fresh mint rise up to your nose. And our refreshingly bitter gin and tonic with dried pear brings the sweet note in the glass. Cocktails with their own snack insert are also a real eye-catcher.
You can easily dry more of the dried pear inserts for your gin and tonic. Packaged airtight, the chips last for several months. In addition, the dried fruit is a healthy snack in between even without a drink.
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Gin and tonic with dried pear and fresh mint
- 1 tumbler
- Ice cubes
- Automatic dehydrator
- 60 ml London Dry Gin
- 200 ml mild tonic water
- 1/2 bunch of fresh mint
- 1/2 ripe pear
- Wash the pear and cut lengthways into thin slices.
- Spread the slices on a drying level and dry for 12 hours.
- Place a dried pear slice and a mint leaf in the glass and use the pestle to muddle them up.
- Add gin and ice cubes. Top up with tonic water. Place fresh mint on the palm of your hand and clap firmly to release the essential oils.
- Put mint on the side in the drink and garnish with some pear chips.
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