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J & T Blend

Here we’re using juniper, green cardamon, coriander and bitter orange peel - combined with rosemary, lavender, rose and lemon verbena for aromatics, and cinchona and gentian root for bitterness - to make a delicious non-alcoholic alternative to a G & T. Mix with sparkling water, soda or lemonade for a fantastically refreshing summer drink.

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Here we’re using juniper, green cardamon, coriander and bitter orange peel - combined with rosemary, lavender, rose and lemon verbena for aromatics, and cinchona and gentian root for bitterness - to make a delicious non-alcoholic alternative to a G & T. Mix with sparkling water, soda or lemonade for a fantastically refreshing summer drink.

J & T BLEND (1 portion = 3 tbsp): juniper, green cardamon, bitter orange, coriander, angelica root, cinchona, gentian root, liquorice, rosemary, caraway, cassia, lavender, rose, lemon verbena

May contain CELERY, MUSTARD and SESAME. Allergens are listed in CAPITALS

Juniper & Tonic Recipe:

PREP 5 mins
COOK 10 mins
HEAT 0
Serves 4

You Need:

1 lemon - zested then halved for juicing
50g sugar
1 litre sparkling water, soda water or lemonade
Ice cubes and extra slices of lemon and/or cucumber to serve (optional)
1 portion of J & T BLEND

Method:

Crush the J & T BLEND slightly with a rolling pin or heavy pan to release the flavour from the juniper berries and cardamon seeds
Boil the juice and zest of the lemon with the sugar, 200ml water and the J & T BLEND in a covered pan for 5 minutes or until the sugar has completely dissolved
Strain the mixture into a jug (discarding the lemon zest and J & T BLEND) then leave to cool
Mix the syrup with the sparkling water at a ratio of 1:5 (1 portion of syrup to 5 portions of sparkling water)
Serve in glasses with plenty of ice and a slice of lemon (if using)

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