Cheers to warmer weather with this take on the classic gin and tonic. A much-needed kick for "the usual," this drink dabbles in savory with a dash of fresh cracked pepper.
Created by mixilogist Adam Seeger for Omni Hotels.
Photos by Sara Croft
Black Pepper G&T
- 1.5 oz. gin
- 1 oz. Wilks and Wilson Tonic
- 1 tbs. fresh lime juice
- 3 twists of a pepper grinder
- Lime garnish
- Fresh thyme garnish
Mix gin, tonic and lime juice with ice in shaker. Mix well and pour into high ball glass. Add fresh pepper and stir 2-3 times. Garnish with a fresh thyme, lime wedge or lime peel.
Thanks to farm-to-cocktail Severin Bar at the Omni-Severin Hotel for their hospitality. More about the Severin Bar...
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