Gin and Tonic


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Gin and Tonic

Kerry Grant
This is truly one of my favorite drinks EVER. I was lucky enough to travel to India several times during my career as a market researcher, and one of my favorite memories is drinking a gin and tonic (or two) at a fabulous outdoor hotel bar in Bengaluru around sundown. Sigh.
I don’t do sugary tonic anymore, but I was happy to try a low-carb version of this classic cocktail. I offer my recipe for your delectation.
Food pairing: your favorite smoked salmon spread with Keto crackers or try Mary Berry’s homemade version. I love the extra horseradish!  
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  • 2 oz. London dry gin
  • 5 oz. sugar-free tonic water


  • Put the gin in a highball glass filled with ice. 
  • Pour the sugar-free tonic water over the top of the gin. 
  • Add a teeny squeeze of lime juice (optional) and give it a gentle stir with your bar spoon. 
  • Garnish with a lime wheel. 


Please feel free to adjust the gin-to-tonic ratio to suit your taste. 


Serving: 1Calories: 118kcalFat: 0gProtein: 0gNet Carbs: 0g
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