Empirical Gin & Tonic
The Empirical Gin & Tonic, a traditional high ball cocktail, features the Jack Rudy Tonic Syrup and PostModern Spirits navy strength Empirical Dry Gin. With its origins from the army of the British East India Company, the gin & tonic was an early anti-malarial treatment. Quinine had been known as a treatment for malaria. To help offset the astringency of quinine, the British officers began adding lime, sugar and gin to the quinine and thus the gin & tonic was born.
Rocks or Collins
1.5 ounce PostModern Spirits Emprical Dry Gin
.75 ounce Jack rudy Tonic Syrup
3-4 ounce Soda Water
Fill glass with ice and add gin, tonic syrup and soda to glass and stir to incorporate.
Bright citrus notes from the Empirical Gin & Jack Rudy Tonic Syrup
You might also like…
Shrubs, also known as drinking vinegar or vinegar cordials, have a long history in drinking spanning many cultures and origins. While the history of drinking shrubs is long and convoluted with appearances in 15th and 16th century English medicinal cordials, shrubs...
The art of making cocktails is often an experience of inexact science that does not travel a linear path. What began as a recipe for a straight-forward Aviator-style cocktail has morphed over several iterations to become a refreshing, balanced long drink. Built on the...
Hell Snacks is the cold weather Gin-forward long drink you never knew you needed! Based on the Navy-strength Empirical Dry Gin, this cocktail marries the heavy juniper notes of the gin with refreshing citrus and the resiny delights of fresh rosemary. Served on the...
Sunday 1pm, 3pm
Tours must be booked online