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The five best gin and tonics of the East Imperial Gin Jubilee 2015

By Natasha Hong
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The East Imperial Gin Jubilee returns, from September 6 to 12, to crown the best gin and tonic in Singapore. Here are five of the best of this year’s entries.

Oxwell

High Noon G&T, $16

By Albie Barratt, Oxwell &Co

The cucumber and rose notes of Hendrick’s Gin, with lemon and tangy dill, and the light florals of elderflower. 

Antidote

A:D 80, $18

By Tom Hogan, Anti:dote

Light honey and fresh lime from Dodd’s gin, balanced with sweet Burma Tonic and a surreal cologne mint herb.

Flight

Franco Asian G&T, $20

By Lucas Swallows, Flight

Swallows lets Asian ginger flower and syrup spice colour a crisp Citadelle gin from France. 

Long Chim

Deep Sea G&T, $18

By Jay Gray, Long Chim

Five days of work goes into fermenting West Winds Sabre gin with spices like cinnamon and clove.

Sugar Hall

Kumpadre, $22  

By Cherrie Soh, Sugarhall

Kumquats and lemon juice zest a complex drink built with Ford’s Gin, sarsaparilla root syrup and Burma Tonic.

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