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Recipe: Raspberry and lime gin and tonic

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ingredients

250g raspberries
4 tsp caster sugar
1 lime cut in 8 wedges
200 ml gin 800 ml tonic water
ice to serve

Images by Joe Woodhouse, styling by Olia Hercules.

1.

Put the raspberries, reserving 8 for decor, into a jug.

2.

Add 4 lime wedges and top with 4 tsp of sugar and muddle up using a wooden spoon. Leave for 2-3 minutes for the flavours to mingle.

3.

Add 200ml of gin, and 800ml of tonic, give it a good stir and strain into 4 glasses using a small sieve to get rid of all ‘muddy’ bits.

4.

Add some ice, and decorate with a few raspberries and a lime wedge before serving.

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Everyone thinks gin and tonic season is the height of summer but we tend to disagree.

With all the heavy food (not complaining) a crisp gin and tonic is exactly what you need to finish off a feast. That’s why Alissa Timoshinka, founder of supperclub Kino Vino pairing films with food, chose it as part of her Amelie inspired dinner party feast. Well actually, that’s not the only reason – can you guess what part of the film it’s inspired by? Let us know in the comments below if you figure it out.

Raspberry and Lime Gin and Tonic:


ingredients

250g raspberries
4 tsp caster sugar
1 lime cut in 8 wedges
200 ml gin 800 ml tonic water
ice to serve

Images by Joe Woodhouse, styling by Olia Hercules.

1.

Put the raspberries, reserving 8 for decor, into a jug.

2.

Add 4 lime wedges and top with 4 tsp of sugar and muddle up using a wooden spoon. Leave for 2-3 minutes for the flavours to mingle.

3.

Add 200ml of gin, and 800ml of tonic, give it a good stir and strain into 4 glasses using a small sieve to get rid of all ‘muddy’ bits.

4.

Add some ice, and decorate with a few raspberries and a lime wedge before serving.

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Everyone thinks gin and tonic season is the height of summer but we tend to disagree.

With all the heavy food (not complaining) a crisp gin and tonic is exactly what you need to finish off a feast. That’s why Alissa Timoshinka, founder of supperclub Kino Vino pairing films with food, chose it as part of her Amelie inspired dinner party feast. Well actually, that’s not the only reason – can you guess what part of the film it’s inspired by? Let us know in the comments below if you figure it out.

Raspberry and Lime Gin and Tonic:

1.

Put the raspberries, reserving 8 for decor, into a jug.

2.

Add 4 lime wedges and top with 4 tsp of sugar and muddle up using a wooden spoon. Leave for 2-3 minutes for the flavours to mingle.

3.

Add 200ml of gin, and 800ml of tonic, give it a good stir and strain into 4 glasses using a small sieve to get rid of all ‘muddy’ bits.

4.

Add some ice, and decorate with a few raspberries and a lime wedge before serving.

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