Spicy Roots

Spicy Roots – by Nilesh Kadam
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As every one drinks gin and tonic, I have twisted this with Indian spices which are beneficial in different ways for the human body and it also gives an idea about Indian spices to people from abroad. – Gin, Indian spices (cinnamon, cloves, star anise, cardamom ), Lime Wedge, Honey (runny), Tonic Water, Gently muddle spices, lime wedge and honey together in a shaker. Add gin and shake with ice. Fine strain in glass and top with tonic water.; –

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by Nilesh Kadam

As every one drinks gin and tonic, I have twisted this with Indian spices which are beneficial in different ways for the human body and it also gives an idea about Indian spices to people from abroad.
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by Nilesh Kadam

As every one drinks gin and tonic, I have twisted this with Indian spices which are beneficial in different ways for the human body and it also gives an idea about Indian spices to people from abroad.
Ingredients
  • 60 ml Gin
  • 1 each of Indian spices cinnamon, cloves, star anise, cardamom
  • 1 Lime Wedge
  • 15 ml Honey runny
  • top up with Tonic Water
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Instructions
  1. Gently muddle spices, lime wedge and honey together in a shaker. Add gin and shake with ice. Fine strain in glass and top with tonic water.