How to make a great G&T … kitchen helper


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In honour of National Gin and Tonic Day tomorrow, this week’s kitchen helper is all about how to enjoy every sip of your favourite tipple. Lime is the perfect accompaniment to a glass of gin and tonic; we like to rub a lime wedge around the inside of a glass before mixing the drink. If you find that your limes are not very juicy you can pop them in the microwave for 5 to 10 seconds and this will help soften the lime to release more juice. The other tip that we have is to put your G&T glasses in the fridge for 30 minutes before you use them. Having a cold glass stops your ice cubes from melting too quickly and making your drink watery.

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