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Your New Favourite Way to Enjoy Smith’s Gin

Your New Favourite Way to Enjoy Smith’s Gin

At Smith’s, we enjoy our gin in all kinds of ways – neat, on the rocks, the traditional gin and juice, a negroni or any number of fancy gin cocktails. But by far our favourite is the classic Gin & Tonic. The name itself can be slightly misleading as it’s never as simple as just ‘gin’ and ‘tonic’. It’s normally garnished with something delicious that is complementary of the gin’s flavour profile. So, we tried out a few flavour combinations (and a few more, and then a few more…) to bring you our three favourite ways to enjoy Smith’s Eden Valley Rock Gin!



Smith’s Secret Garden 

Smith’s Eden Valley Rock Gin 
Raspberries 
Juniper berries 
Coriander 
Strange Love Light Tonic 

In a short glass filled with ice, add 45ml of Smith’s Eden Valley Rock Gin.
Next, add your Strange Love Light Tonic.
Garnish with raspberries, juniper berries and coriander. 

Recipe credit: Saké The Rocks Sydney

2 Aug 2021

Smith’s Juniper G&T

Smith’s Eden Valley Rock Gin
Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic
Sprig of rosemary
Slice of lemon or grapefruit
5 Juniper berries

In a short glass filled with ice, add 45ml of Smith’s Eden Valley Rock Gin. Next, add your Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic. Add a sprig of rosemary and slice of lemon or grapefruit to the glass, along with five juniper berries.

Recipe credit: Dave Danby IM Distilling

Smith’s Orange Twist

Smith’s Eden Valley Rock Gin
Soda water or tonic – whatever you prefer
Sprig of lemongrass
Slice of orange
Twist of orange rind to garnish

In a tall glass filled with ice, add 45ml of Smith’s Eden Valley Rock Gin. Next, add your soda water or tonic to your liking. Add a piece of lemongrass and slice of orange to the glass. Garnish with a piece of orange rind. Recipe

Credit: Donna Chang

Our number one tip when it comes to mixing gin is to use quality ingredients, including fresh herbs, berries and citrus and most importantly, quality tonic. Most supermarkets now stock a variety of tonics, or your local bottle shop will have a good selection as well, so you’ll have plenty to choose from!

Now all that’s left to do is get mixing! Whether you tried some of our recipe suggestions, or came up with your own, we’d love to see what you came up with!