Despite the arrival of so many wonderful craft gins in recent years, most of us still drink the stuff in one of two ways: with tonic or slimline tonic.
After all, it’s easy - and it’s hard to beat the refreshing fizz of a good G&T.
But with gin sales doubling in the past two years to a record 73 million bottles, soft drinks makers have decided they should try to get in on the action. Most of what you’re drinking in a G&T is the T, after all.
They have come up with tonics in a variety of unusual flavours, from cannabis extract to salty lemons, coffee and black olives.