Toast to Gin Tonic Day! We bring you 3 celebratory recipes

Today, October 19, we celebrate World Gin and Tonic Day, a favorite drink of many (and us!) It's not a weekend and the heat has passed when we enjoyed this cocktail with a lot of ice, but it must be celebrated! There's no reason not to raise a glass with your friends tonight, maybe with one of these three imaginative gins and tonics!

Toast to Gin Tonic Day! We bring you 3 celebratory recipes

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There seems to be fewer and fewer people who don’t like gin and tonic, and any opportunity to drink this intoxicating blend is a good opportunity. If you haven’t already planned tonight’s outing or an after-work drink, now is the time. We love this mega-popular drink so much that we celebrate everything about it - June is World Gin Day, October is World Gin and Tonic Day, April is National Gin and Tonic Day in America. Apart from the fact that we offer so many gins, the same goes for tonics, so the combinations are really unlimited, whatever your heart desires, and you can add various spices to make them taste as special as possible and at the same time be very photogenic. 

So if you decide to celebrate this great holiday at home, we bring you the three best recipes to make your gin and tonic perfect. 


  • 20 blueberries
  • 20 leaves of fresh mint
  • 2 lemons
  • 2 teaspoons brown sugar
  • 360 milliliters of gin
  • 500 milliliters of tonic
  • ice

Choose glasses that have a flat bottom and distribute blueberries, mint, sugar, and lemon juice evenly in them. Add ice to the glasses and pour 90 milliliters of gin into each glass. Pour the tonic, mix, and enjoy!

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  1. 180 milliliters of gin
  2. 240 milliliters of red-orange juice 
  3. a little orange liqueur
  4. about 480 milliliters of tonic
  5. ice

Fill glasses with ice, then add gin, orange, and liqueur. Pour the contents of the glass with a tonic and mix gently. As a final touch,  decorate the glass with a slice of red-orange.

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  1. 240 milliliters of gin
  2. 500 milliliters of tonic
  3. 200 milliliters of elderberry juice
  4. sprigs of rosemary
  5. ice
  6. optionally a few blueberries

Leave the glass in the fridge for half an hour, and after it has cooled, put ice in it. Then add rosemary and blueberries, if you opted for them. Pour gin first, then tonic, and enjoy the taste!

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By: Olivia J. - Gossip Whispers