lemon rosemary gin fizz
The difference between a gin fizz and a gin and tonic is really in the type of sparkling water you use. A gin fizz typically has an acidic juice (like lemon) and soda water. Whereas a gin and tonic traditionally has a squeeze of fresh lime as a garnish and uses tonic water, known for it’s quinine flavor, instead of club soda.
- 1-2 ounces of gin
- 2 ounces fresh lemon juice
- 2 ounces club soda
- sliced lemon and fresh springs of rosemary for garnish
- Fill a glass with crushed ice.
- Pour gin, lemon juice, and soda water over the ice.
- Add garnish and serve.
adapted from thetravelbite.com