How to Make the ultimate

Gin & Tonic



This super simple recipe requires the following ingredients:

Mixing Method

Here are three simple steps to make the perfect gin and tonic:

Step One: Fill your glass to the top with large ice cubes.

Step Two: Add the Gin.

Step Three: Pour in the Indian Tonic Water. Garnish with a twist of lime.

Top Tip: Peel a strip from the outside of the lime, twist it over the top of the glass to spritz the sweet citrus oil into the drink, then drop into the glass.



Not only is gin and tonic a refreshing and easy-to-make cocktail – but it’s also a great alternative to wine and beer.  The above G&T recipe contains 236 calories. In terms of how many units are in a gin and tonic, our recipe measurements will add up to 1.8 units

*All gin nutritional information (calories and alcohol units) have been sourced from For more nutritional information of Fever-Tree products please refer to the product packaging.

Learn More

The history of the gin and tonic cocktail is closely linked to modern British history. It is a product of soldiers stationed in India who mixed their medicinal dose of quinine water to ward off malaria with their daily ration of gin. Fast forward to the present day, the gin & tonic is more popular than ever, with £2.6 billion worth of gin sales in the UK in 2019, according to the WSTA.

 The Spanish use a copa glass to serve gin and tonic. This is 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 the perfect substitute to ensure you are able to enjoy the botanical aromas of your gin & tonic.

Our ultimate G&T recipe provides you with 3 simple steps to create a showstopping G&T to enjoy with friends or to give yourself a well-deserved treat at the end of the week. Fever-Tree Indian Tonic Water blends beautifully with all types of gin, ensuring your G&T is always crisp and refreshing.

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