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A refreshing aperitif with a mouth salivating bitterness. Makes a Spritz seem bland.
One of the simplest and best mixed drinks ever devised, hence its lasting popularity. To serve as a Highball use a smaller 10oz (295ml) Highball glass
Dry and lightly fruity with herbal minerality, this is a superbly refreshing and complex long drink.
A G&T with artistic flourishes adding delicate elderflower floral and berry notes.
Crisp dry apple with delicate quinine tonic bitterness.
Orange zest predominates in a long, refreshing drink that's perfect for warm days.
Take one per day in the hope it will aid your health, wealth and happiness. Ok, its efficacious effect is most likely to benefit the latter at a cost to
Adapted from a recipe created for Campari by Jan & Hannah Van Ongevalle in Belgium.
A lower alcohol and lower sugar version of a Gin & Tonic with a smaller serve of gin topped with equal parts tonic water and soda water so reducing the
Something of a Spanish phenomenon, where the G&T (which in England has been traditionally served in a tall slim Collins glass) tends to be served in a
This drink combines the fever quenching G&T with medicinal lavender and flavoursome mezcal from the Mexican territories where us Brits are susceptible
Tall and refreshing with a delicate balance between tonic's quinine bitterness and maraschino's sweetness.
A great summer afternoon drink. Fresh lemon with elderflower and tonic.
Depending on how you view this, its a traditional Gin & Tonic with a splash of bitter liqueur adding colour and herbal fruity complexity. Or a G&T take
Chartreuse fans will appreciate this drink, which is also an approachable way for novices to acquire a taste for the green stuff. It's also a great brunch
Bittersweet and very refreshing with hints of zesty citrus freshness.
Bittersweet and Martini in style but with the hard edges smoothed and a hint of eastern spice added. Perhaps more a digestivo than an aperitivo.
Surprisingly tasty and very refreshing. Forget rhubarb & custard.
Aperitif-style, tall and refreshing.
Perhaps this would more aptly be named the Alpine Cup. No matter, it's a true Summer Cup in style, well-balanced and refreshing any season of the year.
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