Omi and Opa

2 oz Gin
1 oz Campari
34 oz Lime juice
2 oz Tonic water
Instructions
Shake first 3 ingredient, strain into ice-filled highball glass, top with tonic
Notes
Delicious, light-seeming summery drink. Careful -- there really is a good bit of Gin in there.
History
Named after my Campari-loving grandparents, Kate (Omi) and Dan (Opa), from whose wedding glasses I now drink.
From other users
  • Or cynar. Less lime — ☆☆☆☆
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2 Comments

I've been drinking G&Ts like

I've been drinking G&Ts like this for years. I prefer 2 oz Gin, 3.5-4oz Tonic, .5 oz Campari and .25 oz lime juice.

Great minds think alike.

If you have a little time,

If you have a little time, try freezing the Campari (or Aperol) with the lime in a Frosun. Makes for a rather special G&T variant.