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G’Vine Gin Rickey

Gin is our favorite summer libation. I have been enjoying this older drink that has come back in style. With lime and seltzer, this oldie but goodie makes the perfect summer drink. Hubs loves his Dirty Martini’s and I love a Gin and Tonic. But now, the Gin Rickey is my new favorite cocktail. It’s so refreshing and delicious, perfect with this summer heat. On these hot and humid days, just sit on the porch and cool off with a Gin Rickey or two and an evening breeze.


August weddings also call for a celebratory beverage. Bring the Gin Rickey back! No wedding is complete without a signature cocktail – a statement to serve to your guests or enjoy as you dance the night away. Make it a Gin Rickey!! 

Gin Rickey

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Gin Rickey


Gin Rickey


Yield: 4 drinks

G'Vine Gin Rickey

A delicious cocktail comprised of G'Vine Gin, Fresh lime juice, Seltzer and simple Syrup.


  • 4 ounces G'Vine Gin
  • 2 ounces Simple Syrup
  • 2 ounces freshly squeezed Lime Juice
  • 2 ounces Seltzer
  • Ice


  1. In a shaker, combine gin, simple syrup, lime juice over ice. Shake until blended, add seltzer, shake. Pour into glasses over ice, add slice of lime and mint garnish. Serve immediately.

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