Lemon Ginger Gimlets

Lemon Ginger Gimlets

It’s Friday, and it’s 5 o’clock somewhere – can we take a moment and cheers to that? These lemon ginger gimlets are the final recipe that I contributed to our Meals for Me & You feature on Anthropologie’s blog. I’m calling them “Gimlets with a Girlfriend” – so go grab your bff and mix these up tonight. Plus, lemon + ginger = “healthy drinking.”

A lot has been going on this week so, if it’s alright with you, I’m going to speak in bullet points today. Here are links to some random bits that I found delicious and interesting:

– This is crazy, but we’ve somehow been nominated for this Better Homes and Gardens Food Blog Award – if you have a sec, it would mean the world to me if you clicked over and voted!

– Yummy cauliflower rice recipes – those sushi rolls are calling my name!

– our book on Design Sponge’s Instagram! Thanks Grace!!!!

The 10 Commandments of Taking Instagram Food Pics. Especially #5, ha.

Lemon Ginger Gimlets

This springy cocktail is my jam.

– drooling over these Gluten Free Brownies.

– Loved Lindsay’s post about feeling jealous on the internet and 12 ways make it stop. Also, Camille’s post about digital detoxing.

– This Penguin Cocktail Shaker makes me so happy.

Happy happy hour! xo, Jeanine

Bubbled-Up Coupe Set, Langholm Cheese KnivesPenguin Cocktail Shaker.

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Lemon Ginger Gimlets
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Recipe type: Cocktail
Serves: 2
  • ¼ cup gin
  • 1 tablespoon meyer lemon juice
  • 1 tablespoon agave nectar
  • splash of ginger juice*
  • splash of sparkling water
  • lemon peels, for garnish
  1. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add the gin, lemon juice, agave nectar, ginger juice, and a handful of crushed ice ice. Shake for 20 seconds, then strain into two glasses. Top with a splash of sparkling water. Garnish with lemon peel.
*I like this brand of ginger juice, I usually get it at Whole Foods, Central Market or Wheatsville Coop. It lasts awhile in the fridge and it's great for smoothies as well.

Special thanks to Anthropologie for providing the tableware items in this post!

If you make this, let us see! Tag your photo with #loveandlemons on Instagram.


  1. Rachel on said:

    looks delicious! where do you buy ginger juice though? or do you make it?

    • Hi Rachel – sorry I forgot to link it! I love the Ginger People’s ginger juice. I buy it at Whole Foods and similar stores – here’s a link to it on amazon: http://amzn.to/1QC4u6G

  2. Danielle from suwanneerose.com on said:

    Ginger in gimlets, what a great idea. You’ve got my vote for BHG food blogger award! Good luck!

  3. Mimi on said:

    Eye candy.. I am going to make this one for girls get together
    PS: how did u peel lemon like that.. ?

    • I used this citrus peeler, http://amzn.to/1XQiiQZ, to make one long peel (works best on a really soft meyer lemon), then wrapped it around a chopstick and froze it so that it would keep it’s curly shape 🙂

  4. Elizabeth on said:

    This is great. I just made one and liked it so much that I had to make another. Yea Ginger and Lemons! Sorry I don’t Instagram. Best to you.

    • Hi Elizabeth, I’m so glad you liked them! 🙂

  5. These look so good! I don’t drink any more but when I did ginger lemon and gin was definitely my kind of thing, I bet they hit the spot 🙂

  6. I love Meyer lemons (I only tried them last year)! This drink looks so refreshing!

  7. Lisa Favre from marblecrumbs.com on said:

    That penguin drink shaker is making me come to tears with how cute it is! I need it for my new apartment… now!

    Lisa Favre

  8. Taste of France from francetaste.wordpress.com on said:

    You have my vote! That feather knife is so pretty!

  9. Kate from holajalapeno.com on said:

    This drink sounds amazing. Also, absolutely LOVE those champagne coupes!!

  10. Alexandra from thenewbaguette.com on said:

    Love this! I had no idea ginger juice was sold in any other format than the tiny overpriced bottles in juice shops. Will have to pick up a bottle next time I’m in Whole Foods 🙂

  11. Brandi on said:

    Where did you get the striped cheese board?

  12. Eva on said:

    Tried it today with freshly grated ginger as didn’t have ginger juice- a scant 1/8 teaspoon – and juice from a pink lemon (that’s all I had) and I absolutely love this combination. Yum! Thanks!

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