Watermelon gin spritzer

Watermelon gin spritzer

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Ready in around 10 minutes


Serves 8

A refreshing cocktail - perfect for a summer evening in the garden

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  • 2 large lime



    The same shape, but smaller than…

  • 100g watermelon



    Thought to have originated in Africa, watermelons are distinct from musk melons such as…

  • 2 tbsp gin



    Like all safe alcoholic drinks, gin is based on ethanol, an intoxicating liquid chemical that…

  • tonic water


  1. Cut the limes into 16 pieces. Squeeze 2 pieces of lime into each of the 8 glasses, then drop in the squeezed flesh. Chop the watermelon and divide among the glasses, and throw in some ice cubes. Pour gin over each and top up with chilled tonic water.

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Comments (5)

linzema's picture

So simple to do and so tasty! Did this for friends who came over for an al fresco dinner and received so many compliments. This is way fancier than the regular G&T.

olivertwistgin's picture

Agreed as above .. I tried this amazing recipe with my favorite Gin ... a smooth fruity little number by the name of Oliver Twist London Distilled Gin and used 2 tbsp of Gin per person (In fact we used 3 TBSP for the second round as they were so good).

If you want to try this using Oliver Twist you are best to buy it online as its a fairly specialist premium Gin. You can find it here: http://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/P-18827.aspx

Enjoy and I hope to here your views on this.

jburton's picture

Yes i would say at least two tablespoons of gin per person.

kahosk's picture

Um, 2 tablespoons of gin to serve 8 people? Should this recipe not contain about 8 times that amount of gin? I think it might if I try it anyway...

jburton's picture


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