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In Spain, the gin-tonic (as it’s more commonly known) is all about garnishes and aromatic flavours. Traditionally served in round balloon glasses to let the aromas mingle, this version of a classic gin cocktail has a sweet-savoury balance of tart grapefruit, fragrant thyme and tangy olives. See method
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Tip: Use a vegetable peeler to peel off thin strips from the orange, trying to stick to the orange skin and leaving the white pith beneath. For extra flavour, you could use a little of the leftover orange flesh to stuff the olives with before adding to the glasses.
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The Spanish-style uses less tonic than the traditional British gin and tonic, so if you find the recipe too strong, top up with a little more tonic to taste.
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