Rum & Tonic

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"I love a Rum & Tonic during the summer,” says Ashwin Vilkhu, the co-owner of Saffron in New Orleans. “It’s a great alternative to a G&T because it’s light and refreshing all the while having depth of flavor." This drink is served Spanish-style in a large wine goblet, garnished with a lot of the ingredients whose aromas and flavors either compliment or coax out those in the rum.

  • 1 oz Old Port East Indian rum
  • 1 oz Paranubes Oaxaca rum
  • Fever-Tree Premium Indian tonic water, to top
  • Garnish: Fennel frond
  • Garnish: Star anise pods
  • Garnish: Cinnamon stick
  • Garnish: Mint leaf
  • Garnish: Orange wheel
  • Garnish: Lime slice
  • Garnish: Ginger slice
  1. Combine the rums in a large wine glass filled with ice.

  2. Top with the tonic and stir gently.

  3. Garnish with a fennel frond, star anise pods, a cinnamon stick, a mint leaf, an orange wheel, a lime slice and a slice of peeled ginger.

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