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Another Splash of Gin and Tonic

by Janice Wells

  • 379 Want to read
  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Key Porter Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Garden Design,
  • Gardening / Garden Design,
  • Gardening,
  • Gardening / Horticulture,
  • Humor,
  • Low maintenance gardening,
  • Newfoundland and Labrador,
  • Gardening/Plants

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12018570M
    ISBN 101552639916
    ISBN 109781552639917
    OCLC/WorldCa175282747

    I made this St. Germain Gin and Tonic Cocktail with a ratio of gin to tonic. If you prefer, you can use a ratio. I like my gin and tonics with lime, but you can also use lemon or even orange in place of the lime. Serve this cocktail “on the rocks,” meaning fill the glass with ice, then pour over the gin, St. Germain and tonic water.   The gin in your tonic was first used to mask the bitter taste of medicinal quinine At the British Book Awards a few years ago I sat at a table with the late Clarissa Dickson Wright. The venue had a reputation for awful food (and very small portions) so Clarissa had taken the precaution of bringing an enormous pork pie from Paxton & Whitfield.

      Gin itself was created as a medicinal elixir by Dr. Sylvius de Bouve in Holland during the 16th century. In , utilizing the bark from the cinchona tree from South America, quinine syrup was extracted and proven to not only cure, but prevent malaria which was having a .   While a G&T with ‘Indian’ tonic water seems to be the world’s favourite mix, a gin martini is still the king. The Indian touch could come from a twist of Gondhoraj lime. Coconut water with its malai and cardamom, can result in a refreshing gin drink as well. A spiced Negroni with a curry leaf garnish is another .

      How much tonic water is safe? Tonic Water as a Source of Quinine: A. Doctors used to prescribe quinine pills to prevent leg cramps. The standard dose was between and mg of quinine. The FDA banned quinine for this purpose but continues to allow it in tonic water. A liter normally has 83 mg of quinine. Add a splash of the seaside to a classic G&T with this recipe that uses samphire and a seaweed-infused gin. Perfect on summer days or after a rich meal For a twist on gin & tonic, try these alcoholic ice lollies as a boozy grown-up treat for hot summer days. Book tickets now. On TV. See your favourite chefs on Sky Channel


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Another Splash of Gin and Tonic by Janice Wells Download PDF EPUB FB2

In her best-selling book, The Gin and Tonic Gardener, Janice Wells encouraged gardeners and non-gardeners alike with her frank and funny journal about gardening successes and r Splash of Gin and Tonic chronicles this knowledgeable but irreverent gardener's next two years as she endeavors to create a low budget gin-and-tonic garden.

Readers tag along with /5(5). Another Splash of the Gin & Tonic Gardener book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This book chronicles two years in the gar /5. Gin and tonic. drink. cocktail. Looking for books by Janice Wells.

See all books authored by Janice Wells, including The Gin and Tonic Gardener: Confessions of a Reformed Compulsive Gardener, and Another Splash of the Gin and Tonic Gardener, and more on Another Splash of the Gin & Tonic Gardener Further Confessions of a Reformed Compulsive Gardener Another Splash of the Gin & Tonic Gardener chronicles the next two years in the gardening life of this knowledgeable but irreverent gardener as Wells grapples with creating a low budget gin-and-tonic garden in the old St.

John's house she can barely. The gin and tonic can be as light or as strong as you want to make it. The strength is controlled by the amount of tonic you pour. With the average 5-ounce pour of tonic and an proof gin, the drink weighs in around 10 percent ABV (20 proof). It's a very casual drink, which is why it's a.

Our Gin & Tonic is essential refreshment from heat, tropical or otherwise - strong, sweet with a sweet-deep juniper finish and citrus twist. The Inspiration They just taste better in England. The Story In the Rain By Roy Blount Jr. A good heavy book holds you down.

It’s an anchor that keeps you from getting up and having another gin and tonic. A gin and tonic or, less frequently, gin tonic is a highball cocktail made with gin and tonic water poured over a large amount of ice. The ratio of gin to tonic varies according to taste, strength of the gin, other drink mixers being added, etc., with most recipes calling for a ratio between and It is usually garnished with a slice or wedge of lime.

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Book Images & Photos. gin and tonic. HD Fire Wallpapers. flame. deodorant. HD Grey Wallpapers. Free stock photos. It’s quite ironic because, these days, gin and tonic has slightly posh connotations—but it started off as a drink of the poor. Gin as a neat spirit, very much so. Gin and tonic as a cocktail is slightly different in that it has its roots in the colonial era, when they were mixing gin with quinine for the troops.

The tonic in gin and tonic was originally Quinine, derived from tree bark, and effective in combating malaria. The bitters in gin and bitters (better known as Pink Gin) also served a medical purpose.

Both drinks remain popular even in the age of antibiotics because the bite provided by tonic or bitters adds a pungent note to a spring and summer.

'The best tonic on the planet' - Ashton Kutcher The first cocktail title to put the mixers center-stage. Rather than starting with the spirits, this book focuses on key mixers - including tonic, lemonade, ginger ale, ginger beer and cola - and provide classic and contemporary cocktail recipes that make the most of the botanical s:   The gin in your tonic was first used to mask the bitter taste of medicinal quinine Henry Jeffreys Fri 20 Mar EDT Last modified on Thu 2 Aug EDT.

7. “A good heavy book holds you down. It’s an anchor that keeps you from getting up and having another gin and tonic.” — Roy Blount, Jr. (above) 8. “Like a great fool, I went ashore with. He poured some gin in two glasses, topping them up with tonic until the slight fizzle of of sparkling water filled the room with a soft humming noise.

He added rosemary with a flourish and handed the drink to Alec, surveying his features as he took a sip. A gin gimlet is a classic cocktail made of lime juice, gin and simple syrup.

It’s sometimes served with a splash of soda water. While it became popular in the ’s, a recipe for a gin gimlet cocktail was included in a ’s cocktail book, so it stems back to at least that. Top with a splash of classic Indian tonic water, to taste. Garnish ideally with a slice of pink grapefruit and a fresh bay leaf but a citrus garnish or a naked G&T will do.

Available for £   I check the level of the gin to be sure it’s not evaporating and to be sure we have enough for later in the day, when I might need a sip or two to make sense of the world.

Not always, not every day. But once in a while, in any icy glass with a wicked wreath of lime and a splash of tonic – not too much. I want to taste the juniper tree.

“When I tasted it for the first time, I really wanted to use it in a cocktail.” His solution: Pair it with Cardinal Gin (another North Carolina-based company), preserved cherries, and—of course—a splash of tonic for an extra-fizzy G&T. Growing up in New England, gin and tonic is the classic summer drink.

It’s bracing, fresh, cool, and not overly potent. The joke was that they tasted like after-shave lotion, but to be honest, most after-shave lotions smell pretty good. Leap frog: A gin buck with a splash of lemon lime juice and it's called a dragonfly. Switch to Irish whiskey and you have an Irish buck (or whiskey and ginger).; The foghorn sometimes uses ginger ale instead of ginger beer.

The recipe adds lime juice and is great with Old Tom Gin.The resulting concoction was the precursor to the modern gin and tonic: part cocktail, part medicament. The G&T turned out to be the key to the colonization of South Asia by the British.

InBritish troops seized control of India from the English East India Co., adding the country to the empire. A gin and tonic is a cocktail made with gin (alcohol) and tonic water. Usually it’s served in a highball glass over a large amount of ice with a twist of lime.

The ratio of gin to tonic varies according to what you like, the strength of the gin, and if you add other juices or .