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Bay leaves (the leaves of victory) as garnish on a gin & tonic
2
min

Byens Gin & Tonic

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Few cocktails are more widespread, loved and varied than Gin and Tonic. Depending on which gin, which tonic and not least, garnish you use, the cocktail can have a myriad of different expressions. With Byens Gin you get a light and mouthwatering G&T with the signature dry, citrusy expression and refreshing notes of herbs and flowers. Garnish with blue cornflowers or bay leaves — the symbol of victory — to emphasize the spicy notes in the gin.

ingredients

4 cl Byens Gin

12 cl Tonic water

Blue cornflowers or bay leaves for garnish

gear

A highball glass

A measuring cup or 'jigger'

Fill a highball glass with ice
Add 4cl of Byens Gin
Top with tonic. (Approximately 12cl)
Garnish with bay leaves before serving.

Cocktail
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Recipe
2
min

Byens Gin & Tonic

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Add the gin to a tall slim glass filled with ice. Top up with tonic (approx. 12 cl) and garnish before serving.

ingredients

4 cl Byens Gin

12 cl Tonic water

Blue cornflowers or bay leaves for garnish

gear

A highball glass

A measuring cup or 'jigger'