Gentleman's Weekend Drink Recipe

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Nutrition Information† ‡

Serving size: 1 drink

Calories
96
Fat
0.0 g
Carbs
0 g
Protein
0 g

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 oz. Gin
  • 1 dash Olive Juice
  • Fill with Tonic Water
  • 3 whole (pitted) Olive

How to Make It

Put olives in glass and cover with a few small ice cubes. Add gin and olive juice, then fill with tonic water. Stir and serve.

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This drink recipe was submitted by one of our good-looking readers, chrissikov!

Comments on Gentleman's Weekend

  • Tom in Montana
    Jun 27th, 2020
    I did, just the other day. Being a dedicated follower of Gin n Tonic, I also have always had a propensity to sip on what many would refer to as a dirty martini. My story goes like this... the other day I was running a bit short on tonic water which made me go fishing in the fridge looking for something to add to my gin on ice... I found a bottle of green olives (with pimentos) and proceeded to dump 6 or so olives and about a table spoon of olive juice into the ices down gin... then I went ahead and added what remained of the tonic water. and walla... thought I'd created me a new drink. hahahhahahah little did I know. Doesn't matter though as the mix is delicious if you enjoy your olives (which I do). Gin n Tonics have always been an extremely refreshing drink in my opinion, the olives (and juice) added simply makes that delicious drink just a bit more exotic. Cheers Gentlemen (and ladies) and have a great Weekend.

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