Update to the Classic Gin and Tonic

The classic gin and tonic has been around since the British East India Company (British armed forces in India) began serving it as a way to get soldiers to consume quinine, which is an anti-malarial.  Quinine in water, also known as tonic, was too bitter so officers mixed in sugar and gin to make it more palatable.  We have taken tonic a few steps further and fine-tuned the centuries-old mixer.  This recipe creates a beautiful red tinted cocktail that is sure to impress.

|  2 oz Small Batch Gin
|  1 oz Rose City Tonic
|  1 Lime Wedge
|  3 oz Sparkling Water


|  Combine gin and tonic in ice filled highball glass
|  Top with sparkling water to taste
|  Squeeze in lime and throw into glass

Portland Syrup brews exquisitely flavored lower-sugar mixers using whole botanical ingredients. Each 16 oz. bottle will make nearly a gallon of finished soda, or 16-32 cocktails, depending on your palate. 

Ingredients: water, cane sugar, cinchona bark, rosa canina, citric acid.

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