Is there anything more fun and refreshing than a gin ice lolly? Use this easy recipe to make your own incredibly tasty gin and lemonade and gin and tonic ice lollies.
Never again will you need to buy your gin ice lollies, this method is nice and simple, cheap and you can vary the gin used to create your favourite flavours.
GIN & RASPBERRY ICE LOLLY INGREDIENTS
For a refreshing and sweet ice lolly try:
PJ Gin Raspberry - 1 part (approx 50ml)
Lemonade - 3 parts (approx 700ml)
Creme de Framboise - drizzle (approx 12.5ml)
Garnish - mint and raspberries
GIN & LIME ICE LOLLY INGREDIENTS
For a classic, light and refreshing ice lolly try:
Gin* (approx 50ml)
Premium Indian Tonic Water (approx 700ml)
Fresh Lime Juice (approx 12.5ml)
Garnish - sliced cucumber
* For this recipe, we recommend Two Birds. It's light, refreshing and works with the cucumber.
Or try varying the gin and garnish used. Just take a look at the recommended mixer and garnish for your favourite gin. E.g. Try Tinker, premium light tonic and pear, with pear or apple liqueur for a fresh, fruity flavour.
It's that easy! And now you have fresh and frosty G&T ice lollies.
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