Gin & Tonic by Kristen Hope MazzolaSign up below to get the latest news, offers and events from Gin Foundry. There is now a gin book to suit all interests with everything from coffee table classics, condensed afternoon reads to more in-depth tomes. Here are five of the best to give you a dash of ginspiration ahead of Christmas…. The Drunken Botanist by Amy Stewart. This is one of our favourite books on alcohol in general here at Gin Foundry. Alcohol has always had a close relationship with botanicals and none other than our main interest, Gin.
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The history of the gin and tonic is closely linked to modern British history. The Spanish use a copa glass to serve gin and tonic - it's a big balloon glass that lets the wonderful aromas of the drink's botanicals be released, adding an extra level of flavour. At home, a large wine glass is a perfectly fine substitute. Add the ice first; ideally, they will be large, clear cubes and you should have plenty of them - the more ice, the less likely they are to melt and dilute your drink. Pour over a measue of gin followed by three times as much of the Premium Indian Tonic Water. As lime is a sweet citrus fruit, it works really well with a typical gin and tonic.