gin and tonic

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gin and quinine water

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For the record: The gin and tonic at Herbie's was the cheapest he's encountered to date: $2.
At Jaleo in Las Vegas, for instance, Gin and Tonic varieties include Jose's (Hendrick's, Fever Tree tonic, lime, lemon, juniper and Kaffir lime); the Citrico (Oxley gin, Fever Tree Mediterranean tonic, grapefruit, lemon, coriander and mint); Hierba (Aviation American gin, Jack Rudy tonic, orange, lime, rosemary and pink peppercorn); and Tierra (Ford's Gin, house-made tonic, orange, lemon, kaffir and cardamom).
Then stir this into the remaining gin and tonic mixture in the measuring jug, making sure it is thoroughly dispersed.
Speaking at a press conference at the Haven Marina, Ipswich, the couple, who have been together for 39 years, said they celebrated by using their pensioners' bus passes to travel into Newcastle for a gin and tonic.
The special Northumbrian gin and tonic will consist of gin from the Jack Cain distillery at Heddon-on-the-Wall, and tonic from the famed Fentimans botanical brewery of Hexham.
I've known hacks who'd call a gin and tonic and half a bottle of wine 'breakfast'.
This was the origin of today's popular gin and tonic combination, even though quinine is no longer used against malaria, nor would it be necessary for most of today's gin tipplers.
You can't beat a nice, cold gin and tonic on a hot summer day.
Edge comes in two variants, lemon and lime, and carries the Gordon's gin branding, but it is not intended as a PPS version of gin and tonic.
Bush an injustice when we suggested (see "Who's Who," April 2000) that he was attracted to the Gin and Tonic society at Yale because of his proclivity for partying.
Most people say 'I thought I hated gin and tonic, but I guess I just hated the tonic
But now a lot of people's parents drink vodka, so gin is becoming different, while people overseas love the quintessentially British tradition of gin and tonic.
Dr Simon Boxall, of the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, said: "It's like ice in a gin and tonic.
I once got laughed out of a trendy Dupont Circle bar for ordering a gin and tonic, but I can't help it: While others of my generation prefer drinks that sparkle and taste of fruit, I'm stuck on that tried-and-true standby.