Gin and tonic has made a comeback and the secret to making the perfect mix is surprisingly simple.
Speaking to Femail, Michelin star chef Heston Blumenthal says we’ve been making them wrong.
First things first, you need to have the right glass. Which, according to Blumenthal is a wide-rimmed glass. A high-quality gin and low sugar tonic are also important.
But the key to a great G&T is to pour the tonic in at the last possible moment.