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Indian Gin and Tonic with Chili

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
40 ml Gin
160 ml Tonic water
20 ml Sugar syrup
1 pcs Indian green chilli or thai chili
1/4 tsp Basil seeds or chili seeds
1/2 Lime
100 g Ice

Indian Gin and Tonic with Chili

  • 5 min
  • Serves 1
  • Easy

Ingredients

Directions

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I tried this cocktail in an Indian cuisine workshop and I fell in love with it. Refreshing and spicy, sour-sweet and a bit heady, this cocktail is an ideal apéritif and digestif for an Indian meal. 

Don’t add gin, if you want it alcohol-free. It will taste just as good.

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Steps

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Slit a fresh chili lengthwise and drop it in a cocktail glass.
Crush it a bit for extra spiciness, if you want.

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Cut the lime into four wedges. Squeeze it into the glass, drop the wedges in there, too.

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Add ice and then gin. Top it off with tonic and sugar syrup, if you want it sweet. Add the basil seeds, stir, and let stand for 2 min for the seeds to swell up.
To serve, garnish with a slice of lemon.

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If you have a cocktail shaker, add all the ingredients (except for the lime wedges) into the shaker. Shake to mix, pour into glasses together with ice, and garnish with a lime wedge.

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