Cucumber Jalapeño Garden Gin and Tonic

This Garden Gin and Tonic Recipe combines cucumber, jalapeño, lime and honey syrup to make the perfect spring and summer cocktail recipe! |

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This Cucumber Jalapeño Garden Gin and Tonic takes the classic g&t up a notch and is the perfect spring or summertime sipper!


Units Scale
  • 45 english cucumber slices
  • 3 jalapeños slices (or less or more depending on how spicy you like it!)
  • 1/2 oz honey syrup (equal parts honey and hot water combined)
  • 1.5 oz if your favorite gin (mine’s Aviation Gin)
  • Tonic water (I like Fever Tree Light)


  1. Make the honey syrup by combining equal parts honey and warm water. Stir or shake until well combined and set aside.
  2. Add your cucumber and jalapeños to a double old fashion glass. Top with 1/2 oz honey syrup and muddle.
  3. Pour in your favorite gin.
  4. Squeeze in the juice from half a lime.
  5. Fill glass with ice.
  6. Top with tonic water and garnish.
  7. Enjoy!


You can make this as spicy as you want! If you want no spice, just make sure there are no seeds in your jalapeño and only use 2 or 3 slices. If you want more spice, use 4 or 5 slices that have the seeds!

Make sure you are using a quality tonic water – trust me it makes a difference!