Flora Adora & Tonic
HENDRICK’S FLORA ADORA & TONIC is simplicity itself. Welcome a botanically refreshing new blooming of the perennially delicious HENDRICK’S GIN & Tonic family.
- 50ml HENDRICK'S FLORA ADORA
- 150ml Tonic Water
- Cucumber to Garnish
How to make
- Combine all ingredients in a highball filled with cubed ice.
- Lightly stir & top with soda water.
- Garnish with a single cucumber round.
- Feasts & Dinner Parties
- Relaxing at Home
- Garden Parties & Picnics
- Refreshing Summer Drinks
- Boozy Brunch
- Christmas Cocktails
How to make the perfect
Flora Adora Gin & Tonic
For a flawless chilled cocktail, fill a highball glass with cubed ice then, pour 50ml of Hendrick's Flora Adora Gin.
Pour 150ml of your favorite tonic water to the glass and gently stir to allow the ingredients to infuse together.
To garnish, add a single cucumber slice. Et voilà! Enjoy the perfect Hendrick's Flora Adora & Tonic.
Keep your tonic cold in the fridge for maximum fizz.
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people often ask us
What do bartenders think of gin and tonic?
Gin and tonic is a simple go-to drink that bartenders can easily make. This simple cocktail is one of the best ways to drink gin and therefore bartenders love making it.
Why is gin and tonic so popular?
It's easy to make and it's cold and fresh. Perfect for summer days and it's been around since the late 1800s.
When should you drink a gin and tonic?
This classic gin cocktail is very versatile! Drink it at the start of a meal, or at the end, as a night cap or as something refreshing to start off your evening!
A brief history of
the Gin & Tonic
Possibly the most famous Gin cocktail, the Gin & Tonic has a complex history. The cocktail is believed to date back to 1857 when the British took governance of India. The British concocted a 'tonic' of quinine and cinchona bark to ward off malaria but the taste was bitter and harsh. In true British fashion, their favourite spirit Gin was added to make the tonic more palatable, and there you have it, the Gin & Tonic was born.