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Stone Fruit Gin & Ginger

Sometimes the taste of a Gin and Tonic gets tired. Sometimes there's gin but no tonic. While the former is likely not to...

Sometimes the taste of a Gin and Tonic gets tired. Sometimes there's gin but no tonic. While the former is likely not to happen, gin drinks that aren't a Gin and Tonic, or one of the many "Gin and Tonic twists," are harder to come across at a home-bar party than should be. the Stone Fruit Gin & Ginger is an easy summer drink that is sure to please even the most liquor-discerning guests.

Notes

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Ingredients

What You Need

  • 3 Mint Leaves
  • 8 Ounces Ginger Beer
  • 1/2 Sliced Nectarine
  • 3 Ounces London Dry Gin

Directions

What You Need

Combine 3 oz of London Dry Gin, 1/2 of a nectarine, sliced, and the three mint leaves in a cocktail shaker. Muddle the three ingredients until there is an obvious minty aroma. Shake aggressively for 20-30 seconds with ice. Put a few slices of nectarine and ice in a mason jar, and then pour the shaken ingredients into the mason jar. Top off with ginger beer. Garnish with mint and enjoy!

Nutritional Facts
Servings4
Calories Per Serving83
Sugar6gN/A
Protein0.2g0.4%
Carbs7g2%
Vitamin A3µgN/A
Vitamin C1mg2%
Vitamin E0.1mg0.7%
Vitamin K0.4µg0.5%
Calcium3mgN/A
Fiber0.3g1.3%
Folate (food)1µgN/A
Folate equivalent (total)1µgN/A
Iron0.2mg0.9%
Magnesium2mg1%
Niacin (B3)0.2mg1%
Phosphorus5mg1%
Potassium38mg1%
Sodium4mgN/A