This drink is further customizable into what’s called a Spanish G&T. There are two big differences between the Classic and the Spanish: one is glassware and the other is garnish. To make yours Spanish, serve it in one of those big, balloon-shaped wine glasses and get creative with your garnish. Try grapefruit, cucumbers, rose petals, blood oranges, ginger—let your imagination be your guide.
By Dy Godsey / Photography By Dy Godsey |March 15, 2014
1.5 oz. Rehorst Gin
.5 oz. Tonic Syrup*
2 oz. seltzer
Build over ice, stir gently to combine. Garnish with lime.