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We usually order Gin & Tonics in a lot of restaurants and pubs and we see the wide amount of species that they used. But, what species do you like? And most important, do you know what benefits have every one of them? We want to show you the most common species. Discover which one of them do you like the most and maybe, after that, you will know what Gin you should order.

Juniper berries

You should squash 4 grains – in order to take the oil out of them that they contain and serve into the glass before you put the alcohol. It makes the taste of Gin so much better. It gets along really well with London Dry Gin or aromatic Gins.

Cinnamon stick

It smooths the rest of the flavours due to its intensity. You shouldn’t add a lot of cinnamon sticks. Put it in the glass before serving the Gin. It will be perfect with Rives.

Green cardamom

The best one is the Malabar cardamom and it will be better if it has a whitish colour – due to its soft flavour. It will be perfect with Gin Mare and Seagram’s.

Star anise

It would give an anise touch and also a little acid personality. It’s only used for decoration, though. Besides, it’s perfect for the digestive process.

Pink pepper

They add a sweet flavour but also spicy to your cocktail. You should squash them before you put it in your glass. They combine really good with G Vine, Mombasa and Monkey 47.


They add the sweet and acidic personality to your cocktail. But don’t squash them, they will add a strong colour into your drink and that’s not necessary. It will fit perfectly with any Gin, but Brockmans.

Coriander seeds

They will add a sweet flavour with a light lemon touch to your Gin & Tonic. We recommend you to buy the seeds.

Peel lemon

You can use it with every brand of Gin that you can imagine because it permits balance the fresh and bitter flavours. The trick is to break the peel before put it in your glass.


It would give the anis feel and bittersweet touch that will improve the flavour. Be careful if you don’t like it, because if you use, in the final Gin & Tonic, this one will be the main flavour. It gets along with Bulldog and London Nº1.