White Port and Tonic Cocktail

An effervescent, two-ingredient aperitif
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White Port and Tonic
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Charleston, South Carolina's Brooks Reitz (of Jack Rudy Cocktail Co., as well as the restaurants Leon's Oyster Shop and Saint Alban) shared a recipe for one of his go-to drinks of late: a simple, fizzy white port and tonic.

It's low in alcohol but has a nice, nutty flavor that makes it perfect for enjoying with salty pre-dinner snacks. Bonus: Your guests won't be sloshed when they take their seats at the table.

To learn more, read "The Reitz Stuff."

White Port and Tonic

Recipe adapted from Brooks Reitz, Leon's Oyster Shop and Saint Alban, Charleston, SC

Yield: 1 cocktail

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2 ounces Niepoort white port
¾ ounce Jack Rudy tonic (or other high-quality tonic)


Fill a Collins glass with the ice. Pour in the white port and stir until chilled. Top with the tonic and serve.

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