Gin and citrus are old friends. The botanical complexity of gin and the bright acid of grapefruit make a smashing couple. In Europe and particularly Spain, entire drinking establishments are devoted to creating "gintonics." Spanish gin tonics are simply premium gin mixed with premium tonics (no high fructose corn syrup) and fresh fruit or herbs, and are served over ice in an oversized glass. This simple cocktail infuses sweet tart grapefruit, fragrantly floral elderflower, and woodsy rosemary into St. George's Botanivore Gin, a spirit boasting nineteen different herbs and plants and a smooth, warm lingering finish.



cuisine American
difficulty Simple
season Winter
serving 1 person


  • 2 ounces St. George's Botanivore Gin
  • 6 ounces Fever-Tree Elderflower Tonic
  • 1/4 of a pink grapefruit slice
  • 1 ounces freshly squeezed grapefruit juice
  • 1 small rosemary sprig
  • Ice cubes


  1. Chill the rocks glass.
  2. Add ice to the glass.
  3. Add the grapefruit slice and the rosemary sprig to the glass.
  4. Pour the gin and grapefruit juice into the glass.
  5. Add the tonic and stir before drinking.