Gin and tonic 3 ways

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This summer has been the perfect time to experiment with cocktail recipe ideas and make some unique versions of my favorite drinks. A gin and tonic is by far one of my most classic, go-to drink recipes on hot summer days, so today I’m sharing with you three ways to enjoy my favorite cocktail.

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These three summery versions of the Gin and Tonic include a very unique spicy version (which has turned out to be my favorite one); a virgin version, for those wanting an alcohol free drink; and the classic drink dressed up with orange and thyme. All have been big hits, especially for a gathering I recently had for family and friends.

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The key ingredient in all three of these drinks that makes them so delicious and refreshing is Florida’s Natural® Brand Orange Juice, which is made from just one ingredient — Florida oranges. No water, sugar or preservatives are added, making for a straight-from-the-grove taste my family and I love.

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Whether you are looking for a special drink to try this summer or are having a few friends over for a gathering, serving up a memorable and unique cocktail will never be more than a few shakes away.

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Enjoy!

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Gin and tonic 3 ways

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 1 servings

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 10 minutes

Ingredients:

Gin and tonic 3 ways 

Orange and thyme Gin and Tonic

Spice Cinnamon Orange Gin and Tonic

Virgin Orange Cherry Gin and tonic

Directions:

Orange and thyme Gin and Tonic:

In a glass, muddle thyme sprigs with 1 oz of gin and maple syrup, if using. Strain the mixture into a glass over ice. Pour in the rest of the gin, along with the tonic and orange juice, and stir. Garnish with a sprig of thyme.

Spice Cinnamon Orange Gin and Tonic:

Pour gin, orange juice and tonic into a glass over plenty of ice and stir. Add a sprinkle of ground nutmeg and garnish with cinnamon sticks.

Virgin Orange Cherry Gin and tonic

Muddle cherries lightly in a glass. Add ice to the glass, then pour in the orange juice and tonic and stir to mix. Garnish with fresh cherries.

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