Good Times with Seagram’s Gin and Tonic
Enjoy Good Times with Seagram’s Gin and Tonic. A home hangout is an easy way to spend time with friends or family anytime. Plus learn about homemade tonic water to create your own gin and tonic cocktails.
As Olia and I get settled into our new jobs and the new apartment, it’s important to take the time to enjoy good times with friends and family. Our new place has a layout that allows us to host people with a bit more space and style. Enter the home hangout—an easy and low-key way to spend quality time with just a few of your favorite people. While going out to restaurants and bars are beloved as well, sometimes a fun night in fits the bill.
I would consider myself DIY connoisseur of cocktails, with my very own movable bar cart and unique small batch bottles of various spirits and brews. My latest obsession is homemade tonic water. A simple mixture of citrus zests, lemon grass, chinoa bark, various seeds and spices and simple syrup. You control the flavors and can try different variations. It’s a nice way to impress your guests when you offer them a cocktail.
For great taste and a value go with Seagram’s Gin for your alcohol. It’s award-winning recipe ensures quality cocktails for you and your guests. What draws me to tonic water and gins is the depth of flavors from the botanicals. Seagram’s uses the finest botanicals and neutral grains in a cold-distillation method to deliver a smooth and mellow taste. This blends perfectly with the earthy, botanical flavors of homemade tonic water.
Drinking is a social activity best enjoyed with friends and family. For something different, try hosting at home. You can be the bartender and serve quality cocktails like homemade gin and tonics. Find my homemade tonic water recipe here or visit Seagram’s to find plenty more cocktail ideas with gin.