Forest fruit water ice pink gin tonic

Forest fruit water ice pink gin tonic

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Sun shines well! Time for some refreshment during the fri-mi-bo…. Grab the ice pops because we will also use them to cool these gin and tonics. This time I opted for a forest fruit water ice pink gin tonic. But you might as well use a pear ice cream or even a rocket for it! There are also various options for the edge I made on the glass. I personally found the pink pink-pitaya powder very beautiful. But probably not everyone will have that. You can also just use sugar for this.

Forest fruit water ice pink gin tonic

Forest fruit water ice pink gin tonic

To make this forest fruit water ice pink gin tonic not too sweet, we fill the glass with the spa red. And we use a zero sugar tonic. The ice cream is of course already sweet, and you don't want the enamel jumping off your teeth on the first sip. If you are not a huge gin fan, you can certainly experiment with other drinks. For example vodka, but also prosecco. But just what you feel like.

Forest fruit water ice pink gin tonic

If you plan to serve this tasty cocktail at a party or a drink, you can prepare the glasses in advance. That way you don't have to rush at the last minute. All you have to do is dip the rims of the glasses in some honey and then in a plate of pink icing sugar. This way you get a beautiful pink edge that also tastes sweet.

Forest fruit water ice pink gin tonic

Then put the glasses in the refrigerator so that the honey does not melt and drip down the glass. When ready to serve, fill the glasses with ice cubes, pink gin, tonic and a few blueberries on a pick. Don't have blueberries at home? No problem, you can also use raspberries or any other red fruit you like. Enjoy this delicious summer cocktail!

Here you will find the complete recipe with all the ingredients you need. I hope you have fun preparing the dish below.

Forest fruit water ice pink gin tonic

Forest fruit water ice pink gin tonic

Sun is shining, time for ice cream! Just a little different than…. A kind of GT ice cream!

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Hallway: cocktail
Kitchen: European
Keyword: blueberries, gin, pink pitaya powder, tonic
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Total time: 10 minutes
Servings: 2 people
calories: 22kcal
Author: Francine
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You need:

2 crystal glasses
2 skewers


  • 80 ml gin
  • 80 ml Spa red
  • 1 tin can pink tonic
  • 1 el honey
  • 1 el freeze-dried pink pitaya - (ground into powder)
  • 2 forest fruit ice pops
  • 20 blueberries

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And this is how you make it:

  • Thread the blueberries onto the skewers.
  • Spoon the honey on a saucer, turn the rim of the glasses through the honey so that there is a nice edge. Scoop the pink pitaya powder into a second bowl (if you don't have that, you can also use regular sugar for it.) Turn the honey rim through the powder and put the glasses upright again.
  • Place the popsicles and the blueberry skewers in the glasses and fill with ice cubes. Pour 40 ml of gin per glass, spa red and top it off with the pink tonic.
  • Cheers!
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Love this kind of cocktails! Here are a few more great ideas:

The EsMa ... or the espresso martini, a real classic!

Or this Passion fruit sour with lime juice, a cocktail I invented myself.

Non-alcoholic Italian lime Negroni for the “virgin” version.

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