19 June 2018

Best Tonic Water – A Buyer’s Guide & Reviews 2018

Best Tonic Water If you’re wondering why I’m comparing different types of tonic water; it’s because Summer is just around the corner, and you know what that means. Burgers and hotdogs on the grill, sunny afternoons by the pool, and maybe some adult beverages to make good things even better. It’s truly a magical time of the year where some nights may be forgotten, but memories are definitely made.

Is there any drink more symbolic of the carefree blur of summer than the classic gin and tonic? Some might think so. Maybe they’ll mention a fruity cocktail or citrusy beer, but they’d be wrong. Fancy colors and flavors can never replace a classic mixed drink, and the gin and tonic is as classic as it gets.

Personal bias aside, tonic water is an incredibly versatile mixer that finds its way into many irresistible summer staples. It’s unique in many ways, from its slightly bitter taste to its roots in medicine (seriously, it was used to treat malaria—who knew), tonic water is an absolute must to have on-hand when drinks are involved.

The natural question, unless you’re still stuck on the malaria thing, is what tonic waters are best? For your answer to that age-old question, we’ve compiled a list with more information than you’ll ever need breaking down exactly which tonic waters are best and why. We already wrote about the best gin glasses  as well as our favorite & best rhubarb gin brands, now it’s time to talk about the tonic water.

So whether you’re looking for the best tonic water for vodka or the best tonic water for a gin & tonic, read on!

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23 April 2018

Best Rhubarb Gin: Brands That Will Turn Even Rhubarb Haters

Best Rhubarb GinThere are a lot of distinct types of gin out there in the world. From brand to style, there’s tons to choose from. You’ve got the London dry, Plymouth, New wave, old wave, middle aged wave, (okay those last two were made up, but you get the point). Today, we are here to talk about the infamous Rhubarb gin, and not just any old bottles; but the best rhubarb gins on the market today!

Never had it? You’re missing out.

The Rhubarb plant was cultivated for medicinal purposes dating back to 2700 BC, and ironically, still hasn’t strayed too far from its original use in several types of alcohols.

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10 April 2018

How To Make Rhubarb Gin: 2 Different Methods For Making It At Home

How To Make Rhubarb GinIf you live here in the UK and you’re a gin drinker – the chances are you will have heard of Rhubarb Gin. Rhubarb gin has grown in popularity with the market offering a number of amazing options. However, recently I wanted to learn how to make rhubarb gin. Don’t ask me why, but ever since I made toffee vodka, I wanted to try my hand at something different.

Plus I do love my gin and tonics. I mean who doesn’t. Nothing says Keep Calm & Carry On more than a gin and tonic at the end of a long day. I’m so into my G&Ts I even reviewed the best tonic waters.

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