How about some Gin?

How about some Gin?

Ways To Drink Your Gin
Drink gin neat. Drinking a spirit neat means you drink it without any additional preparation. This means no chilling, no ice, and no mix. To enjoy gin this way, pour a standard shot, which is 1½ ounces (44 ml), of gin into an old fashioned cocktail glass.
Drink the gin slowly and in small sips so you can appreciate the flavors.

Have it up. When you order a drink up, it means you want it chilled but served without ice. To do this, pour a shot of gin into a martini shaker filled with ice. Put on the lid and shake the gin thoroughly to combine it with the ice. Remove the lid, leaving the strainer on the martini shaker, and pour the gin into your cocktail glass. Enjoy the gin slowly, and try to pick out the flavors that make the gin unique.

Try it on the rocks. On the rocks is a cocktail term that means served over ice.[7] Place 2 or 3 ice cubes in an old-fashioned glass and pour your shot of gin over the ice. Before taking a sip, swirl the gin and ice cubes around in the glass a few times to help chill the gin. As always, sip the gin slowly.

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Mix a classic gin and tonic.
Tonic water is similar to soda water, except that it also has quinine, sugar, and a few other ingredients that give tonic a distinctive and slightly bitter flavor. To make a gin and tonic, combine in a tall glass

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Add a bit of soda water. Soda water is a great and simple way to make your gin last longer, add extra flavor profiles, and make the drink less strong

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Try a splash of ginger ale. Gin and ginger is a delicious combination, and the easiest way to pair the two flavors is with ginger ale. Fill a tall glass with 4 or 5 ice cubes, pour in 1½ ounces (44 ml) of gin, and fill the glass the rest of the way with ginger ale

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