If you’re looking for a showstopper, this Strawberry Lilac Gin & Tonic is the cocktail for you.
I had the opportunity to partner with ANBL to bring you this stunner of a cocktail and I couldn’t be more excited. Seriously, this is a GORGEOUS drink. The purple colour of this drink combined with the delicate lilac garnish would wow any guest. Bonus: this strawberry lilac gin & tonic is as tasty as it is pretty.
Mixed with Indoggo by Snoop Dog, this summertime cocktail is guaranteed to impress. Snoop Dog created his own spirits brand and his flavoured strawberry gin works perfectly for this drink. It has the perfect blend of juniper berry, botanicals and sweet fruity finish that lends itself well to the refreshing beverage. Indoggo is just one of the many “Summer Ready” products available at ANBL. I recommend picking up a bottle and sipping on one of these strawberry lilac gin & tonics while enjoying the sun.
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Strawberry Lilac Gin & Tonic
- 2 oz Indoggo Gin
- 2 oz Grapefruit juice, fresh
- 1 oz Lilac simple syrup *recipe below*
- 1/2 cup Tonic
For the Lilac Simple Syrup
- In a medium saucepan, combine 1 cup of granulated sugar with 1 cup of water. Bring to a boil over medium heat. Remove from heat and add 2 cups of lilac flowers (not stems or leaves) and 4 blackberries. Steep for 2 hours. Strain in fine mesh sieve.
For the Cocktails
- Fill a glass with ice. Add gin, grapefruit juice and lilac simple syrup. Top with tonic. Stir and serve immediately. Enjoy!
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