Cocktail Recipe: Juliette’s Garden G&T

Juliette's Garden G&T

Fancy a refreshing gin and tonic with a light floral bouquet and a hint of island spice? Try my recipe for Juliette’s Garden G&T.

I’ve been invited to participate in friendly little Ginspiration Cocktail Competition by Juliette’s Interiors to help celebrate the launch of the luxury brand’s Most Perfect Modern Gin Trolley. My contribution? Juliette’s Garden G&T, a guaranteed quencher that (IMHO) is ideal for garden entertaining or bringing the best elements of the outdoors inside for more formal affairs.

For my recipe, I went with Pickering’s Original 1947 Gin for my base spirit. To amplify Pickering’s spicy and characterful profile of cardamom, coriander, clove and cinnamon, I added a touch of ginger beer to up the edge and a pinch of freshly grated nutmeg for a bit of island mystique. Complementing the cardamom taste, I poured in a little Lanique Rose Liqueur. To bring forward the floral aspect of Lanique while ensuring the cocktail maintained a crisp G&T feel, I included Fever Tree Elderflower Tonic Water and finished off the drink with fresh lime juice and a lime wedge for garnish.

I hope you enjoy! Cheers.



  • 4-5 ice cubes;
  • 25ml Pickering’s Original 1947 Gin;
  • 125ml Fever Tree Elderflower Tonic Water;
  • 15ml Lanique Rose Liqueur Spirit;
  • 15ml ginger beer;
  • Juice from half a lime;
  • Pinch of freshly grated nutmeg;
  • Lime wedge.


  • Place the ice cubes in a tall narrow chilled glass;
  • Pour in the gin, tonic, rose liqueur, ginger beer and lime juice;
  • Top with grated nutmeg and stir well;
  • Garnish with lime wedge.


Juliette’s Garden G&T would go well on its own as an aperitif as well as alongside spicier dishes such as jerk chicken or Indian food.

Vote for my cocktail to be the official Juliettes Interiors G&T and see all the other competition recipes:

Most Perfect Modern Trolley

About Juliette’s Interiors

Juliette’s Interiors specialises in residential, high end luxury interiors and property. The company was formed in 2005 and remains in place today with the same sole Director and founder, Juliette Thomas. The company moved from its home in Warwickshire to Chelsea in 2013. Visit the Juliette’s Interiors showroom at 598 Kings Road, SW6 2DX. Find out more at

About the Most Perfect Modern Trolley

“A clever British designed super-functional drinks station where everything you need is at your fingertips,” the Most Perfect Modern Trolley is indeed perfect for serving cocktails outdoors with elegance and ease. It features a built-in ventilated cabinet and mini fridge, walnut garnish board, and polished stainless steel drip tray as well as a drawer section for glasses and cocktail tools. Its high gloss laminated birch ply construction and diamond polished acrylic storage sections mean it’s a cinch to clean and maintain. Designer wooden castors allow for smooth movement across most surfaces. The trolley measures height 89cm high, 91cm long and 50.5cm wide and is available with bespoke finishes.

Find out more and view the trolley online at

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