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To a Better G&T and Beyond

by Chris Harrison 2 min read

To a Better G&T and Beyond

We're going to go ahead and brag, we love our Premium Tonic Syrup. With citrus oils, a clean bitter quinine taste, and a touch of pure cane sugar, it instantly elevates your Gin or Vodka tonic. But a tonic syrup is an essential cocktail syrup because its uses go beyond the classic highball. Combine it with soda water in any recipe that calls for tonic water for a better, more complex cocktail. Here are a few of our favorite ways to use our new Premium Tonic Syrup. 

Gin and Tonic

Spanish Style Gin and Tonic with Liber & Co. Premium Tonic SyrupThe quintessential highball cocktail.  Try a Spanish-style G&T, like the one pictured, by adding your favorite botanicals, like herbs, citrus peels, or whole spices. Recipe for Gin and Tonic

GT Turbo

GT Turbo with Premium Tonic SyrupIf a G&T is your drip coffee, then a GT Turbo is your shot of espresso. This intensely flavored sour makes a great pre-dinner drink and is a refreshing use of Premium Tonic Syrup outside of the highball genre. Recipe for GT Turbo. 


BBT CocktailStanding for Bourbon, Bitters, and Tonic, this shorter drink is Autumn's answer to the Gin and Tonic. Take inspiration from the Spanish G&T and play with the flavors in this drink, by experimenting with different bourbons and bitters. Recipe for BBT.

Espresso Tonic

Espresso Tonic with Premium Tonic SyrupInspired by one on offer at Fleet Coffee Co. in our hometown of Austin, this non-alcoholic coffee cocktail is a novel use of tonic syrup. At first glance, drink looks like it would be far too bitter, but the florals and high notes of a good coffee bean and our Premium Tonic Syrup come together for a surprisingly tasty way to get your coffee fix. Recipe for Espresso Tonic.   

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