Gin & Tonics

 

One of the most delightfully refreshing drinks. With ties back to 19th century India where the British drank copious amounts of gin, washed down with quinine and sugar water to help fight against malaria, it is a rightfully enduring classic.

To make the perfect Cooper King gin & tonic, mix 1 part gin to 2 parts premium Indian tonic water in a glass filled with ice. Garnish with fresh herbs or spices (rather than citrus) and serve immediately. More tonic water can be added to taste. We’ve tried all manner of garnish pairings (it’s a tough job sometimes), and have included our favourites below. Chin chin.

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Garden G&T

Floral, fragrant and spicy - made with Cooper King Dry Gin.

  • 25ml Cooper King Dry Gin

  • 50ml Indian tonic water

  • fresh rosemary sprig, to garnish


Spiced G&T

Smoky, complex and rich - made with Skosh Smoked + Spiced Dry Gin.

  • 25ml Smoked + Spiced Dry Gin

  • 50ml Indian tonic water

  • Whole star anise, to garnish

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Spring G&T

Herbaceous, fresh and cooling - made with Cooper King Herb Gin.

  • 25ml Cooper King Herb Gin

  • 50ml Indian tonic water

  • Fresh basil leaf, to garnish


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