A New Take on a Gin & Tonic That’s Just Right for Summer

NOLET’S Silver Gin puts a botanical twist on a classic cocktail
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NOLET’S Silver Gin

Like all simple cocktails, a great gin and tonic lies in the quality of the spirit you use. While some may reach for juniper-forward gins out of habit, opting for a different flavor profile makes for a better drink that also won’t overwhelm the palate. Try NOLET’S Silver Gin, which has a more botanical character with notes of peach, rose and raspberries. In this refreshing cocktail, sprigs of lavender subtly enhance the fruit and floral profile of the gin while also adding a distinctive touch. It all adds up to a drink that looks as beautiful as it tastes.

Recipe from the Tasting Table Content Studio

Yield: 1 cocktail

Prep Time: 10 Minutes

Cook Time: N/A

Total Time: 10 Minutes


1 ½ ounce NOLET’S Silver Gin

¼ ounce Fresh Lime Juice

¼ ounce Simple Syrup

2 Fresh Lavender Sprigs

Tonic Water



Add all ingredients, except tonic water to mixing glass with ice. Shake well and strain into a gin glass over fresh ice. Top with tonic water. Garnish with fresh lavender sprigs.

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