Just the tonic for the summer (from left), Gin Mare, Roku Gin and Martin Millers Gin. Photos: @ginamre; @suntory_rokugin; @martinmillersgin/InstagramJust the tonic for the summer (from left), Gin Mare, Roku Gin and Martin Millers Gin. Photos: @ginamre; @suntory_rokugin; @martinmillersgin/Instagram
Just the tonic for the summer (from left), Gin Mare, Roku Gin and Martin Millers Gin. Photos: @ginamre; @suntory_rokugin; @martinmillersgin/Instagram

Sipsmith, Tanqueray, Plymouth, The Botanist and 12 more quality gins from the UK, Japan, Germany and around the world — but should you mix them with tonic and lemon?

It’s all about the botanicals – spice up your standard G&Ts, martinis and Negronis with a selection of these gins from around the world to add extra herbal notes, a zesty citrus twist or a floral fragrance

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Just the tonic for the summer (from left), Gin Mare, Roku Gin and Martin Millers Gin. Photos: @ginamre; @suntory_rokugin; @martinmillersgin/InstagramJust the tonic for the summer (from left), Gin Mare, Roku Gin and Martin Millers Gin. Photos: @ginamre; @suntory_rokugin; @martinmillersgin/Instagram
Just the tonic for the summer (from left), Gin Mare, Roku Gin and Martin Millers Gin. Photos: @ginamre; @suntory_rokugin; @martinmillersgin/Instagram
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