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Fall Gin and Tonic Cocktail

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Last Updated on October 6, 2022 by The Noms

Apple and fall spices combine for this great apple cocktail!


When we think of fall, we think of apples. Being in Nebraska, and an hour’s drive away from Nebraska City, where Arbor Day started, we have a lot of apple orchards in our area. We know most people think of pumpkin flavors when they think of fall, but to us, it’s apples.


Apple cocktail in rocks glass


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What Ingredients are Needed for the Fall G & T?

  • Apple Infused London Dry Gin (instructions below)
  • Tonic Water
  • Cinnamon sticks and Star Anise


Cocktail with cinnamon sticks


In honor of our love of apples, we wanted to do a fall cocktail that honored them. We knew we wanted the light flavor of apple, but with fall spices and made it as easy as possible. We thought this gin and tonic was perfect!



Opaque cocktail with spices in rocks glass


Apple Cocktail

This apple cocktail is not infused with the fall spices, they are added later as garnish. But, in adding them before you drink it, you inhale the wonderful scent of cinnamon and star anise every time you take a sip, so we encourage you to have them as a garnish.


Cocktail in rocks glass wtih spices


Apple Infused Gin

The apple infused gin is best with a London dry gin. You can use any apple, but we don’t advise a granny smith, it would be too sour in our opinion. Also, please use a quality tonic, as this is such a simple drink, it needs to have high quality ingredients.


Cocktail with spices around


Cheers to this apple cocktail, and we hope you enjoy the fall flavors it brings!


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Cocktail in rocks glass wtih spices
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Fall Gin and Tonic Cocktail

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Infusion Time : 2 days
Total Time: 2 days 5 minutes

This fall spiced apple cinnamon cocktail is a tasty twist on a gin and tonic for the autumn season.


  • 2 ounces apple infused London gin
  • 4 ounces tonic
  • cinnamon sticks and star anise for garnish

Apple infused London Gin

  • 1/4 apple, cubed
  • 4 ounces London Gin


Apple Infused London Dry Gin

  1. cut 1/4 apple into cubes and place into a jar.
  2. Top with London Dry Gin, put on lid.
  3. Let sit for at least 48 hours for infusion.
  4. When ready to make gin and tonic, strain apple cubes out of gin, a cheesecloth may be needed, as some apples can break down.
  5. Store infused gin in a new, clean jar.

Fall Gin and Tonic

  1. Add apple infused gin to a glass with ice.
  2. Top with tonic.
  3. Garnish with cinnamon sticks and star anise.
  4. Cheers!


London Dry is the best flavor gin for this infusion.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 188Sodium: 15mgCarbohydrates: 10gSugar: 10g

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Gin and tonic in rocks glass with spices


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