DEHYDRATED LEMON (100 G)
Garnish is used as a decoration but the idea is that it adds to the taste or flavour of your gin. The garnish needs to enhance or complement the signature botanicals in your gin. But generally garnish makes your Gin & Tonic look amazing.
Lemon/Lime – Since most gin is made with citrus and juniper, you are always safe with a citrus which not only looks fresh and colourful but also works well with most gins. Lime is stronger and a bolder flavour and I always love the fresh green look of a lime slice. But then lemon is a more delicate taste and is the more traditional G&T garnish.
*Subject to seasonal availability. While stocks last.
- Additional information
- Reviews (0)
Here are our recommended guidelines for garnish based on the type of gin you are drinking. You never know, you may discover a new perfect serve!
London Dry Gins – generally work well with fresh or dehydrated lime, lemons, grapefruit, orange.
Citrus Gins – usually work well with fresh Coriander, fresh Basil, fresh thyme, fresh Rosemary, lime
Floral Gins – generally work well with cucumber, edible flowers, citrus peel and all berries
Spicy Gins – tend to taste really good with cloves, cinnamon sticks, star anise, orange, peppercorns, red and yellow bell peppers
Fynbos Gins – work with rosemary, rocket, apple, basil, strawberries, grapes
Savoury Gins – usually suit olives, thyme, rosemary, tomato slices, basil