Healthy Apple G&T Cocktail Recipe With Stur

‘Apple G & T' cocktail

Free from wheat & dairy. No added sugar. Vegan.

A twist on the standard G & T is to throw in a hint of natural sweet green apple and garnish with cucumber! These green goodness fruit and veg will give your drink a refreshing, sweet, yet subtly bitter taste when combined with tonic. A perfect clean tasting light option for any time of year. Bring on cucumber spirals drenched in vitamin C rich gin and tonic!

Green Apple Cocktail

Ingredients (serves 1):

  • 3 thin slices of cucumber
  • 25ml gin
  • 200ml slimline tonic water
  • 1 serving (1.6ml) of Stur 'Goodness Green Apple Flavour'

Method:
1. Using a potato peeler, slice a cucumber lengthways. Roll 3 cucumber slices up and place in your glass.
2. Add the gin to soak in with the cucumber for at least 10 minutes for the extra flavour.
3. Pour the tonic water over the gin.
4. Lastly give your drink a squeeze of green apple Stur.

Nutritional information (per serving)
Calories: 59 kcal
Carbohydrates: 0g (0% reference intake*)
Vitamin C: 80mg (100% RDA)
* Reference intake of an average adult (2000kcal)

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Kyla Williams Nutrition

Our healthy cocktail recipes are developed by Nutritionist Kyla Newcombe DipION, BSc, MSc

Kyla Newcombe is a highly qualified nutritionist with a master’s degree in Nutritional Medicine and a diploma in Nutritional Therapy. Having practiced as a clinical nutritionist since 2010, Kyla understands the importance of giving practical advice on how to eat indulgent foods in the healthiest way possible. Experience in menu planning and working alongside mixologists has given Kyla a flair when it comes to creating exciting new healthy recipes. Enjoying the pleasures in life from cocktails to cakes is certainly possible with Kyla’s healthy nutritional guidance.

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