Gin sling by PaSt1978 on DeviantArt ...  Gin Cherry liqueur Lemon juice Soda to refill Ice :bulletred: Put ice in a glass, pour cherry liqueur, lemon juice, gin and soda refill

Gin sling by PaSt1978 on DeviantArt ... Gin Cherry liqueur Lemon juice Soda to refill Ice :bulletred: Put ice in a glass, pour cherry liqueur, lemon juice, gin and soda refill

Gin o'clock, anyone?  Second only to beer, gin is one of my favorite forms of alcohol.  Gin and soda is just about all I need or some gin and homemade tonic.  Have you ever tasted homemade tonic?  SO much better and less sweet than the canned stuff.  The real quinine bark gives the tonic a tea-like flavor with a little bite.  No need for lime.

Gin o'clock, anyone? Second only to beer, gin is one of my favorite forms of alcohol. Gin and soda is just about all I need or some gin and homemade tonic. Have you ever tasted homemade tonic? SO much better and less sweet than the canned stuff. The real quinine bark gives the tonic a tea-like flavor with a little bite. No need for lime.

This flavorsome — and relatively fast — recipe comes from Los Angeles-based bartender Gabriella Mlynarczyk Pickled onions are the classic garnish for the Gibson cocktail, but if you love these briny, crunchy, little alliums as much as I do, you might find yourself tossing them into your gin and tonics and vodka and sodas, too (and adding them to cornichons and mustard as accoutrements for pâté).

This flavorsome — and relatively fast — recipe comes from Los Angeles-based bartender Gabriella Mlynarczyk Pickled onions are the classic garnish for the Gibson cocktail, but if you love these briny, crunchy, little alliums as much as I do, you might find yourself tossing them into your gin and tonics and vodka and sodas, too (and adding them to cornichons and mustard as accoutrements for pâté).

Gin sling by PaSt1978.deviantart.com on @deviantART- Gin  Cherry liqueur  Lemon juice  Soda to refill  Ice     Put ice in a glass, pour cherry liqueur, lemon juice, gin and soda refill.

Gin sling by PaSt1978.deviantart.com on @deviantART- Gin Cherry liqueur Lemon juice Soda to refill Ice Put ice in a glass, pour cherry liqueur, lemon juice, gin and soda refill.

What You Want: A Gin and Tonic (120 to 166 Calories)   A better choice: Equal parts gin and soda water and a splash of tonic (100 to 140 calories)   Read more: http://www.oprah.com/health/The-Best-Drinks-for-Dieters-Low-Calorie-Cocktails/3#ixzz2VHOhBsUx

What You Want: A Gin and Tonic (120 to 166 Calories) A better choice: Equal parts gin and soda water and a splash of tonic (100 to 140 calories) Read more: http://www.oprah.com/health/The-Best-Drinks-for-Dieters-Low-Calorie-Cocktails/3#ixzz2VHOhBsUx

I was listening to this song while I enjoyed my first legal drink (a gin and tonic) at the Kachina Lounge in Colorado Springs in 1958.

I was listening to this song while I enjoyed my first legal drink (a gin and tonic) at the Kachina Lounge in Colorado Springs in 1958.

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