Rosemary Gin Spritzers from The Fitchen
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Rosemary Gin Spritzers

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This lemon lime gin spritzer recipe makes the perfect bubbly, refreshing cocktail. Fresh lemon, quality gin, fizzy seltzer, and a fragrant rosemary garnish! 

Lemon Lime Gin Spritzers - New go-to easy cocktail. These are so refreshing and bubbly. And EASY! Everyone loves them.
This post has been sponsored by Schweppes®. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

It’s cocktail time! Rosemary gin spritzer time, to be specific. Made with our very favorite Schweppes® Lemon Lime Sparkling Water and a couple other very simple ingredients.

You guys would not even believe the amount of seltzer that we consume in this household. It’s basically a food group. At least it’s not soda, am I right? 😂 Clark usually drinks plain seltzer but I like for mine to have some pizzazz. I used to make my own lemon-lime version with, you guessed it, lemon and lime juice. Which was cool except for the fact that I was constantly running out of lemons and limes and sometimes I couldn’t find any at the grocery store (it happens more than you might think.)

I never used to buy flavored seltzers because they all tasted too sweet and artificial to me. Until I found out Schweppes Sparkling Water is now available at our Walmart (which is also conveniently located 1/2 mile from our new place.) 🙌 Their lemon-lime flavor is SO bubbly, SO good, SO spot-on that I don’t even have to mess with flavoring my own seltzer anymore.

We’re officially living in the future, people.

Lemon Lime Gin Spritzers - New go-to easy cocktail. These are so refreshing and bubbly. And EASY! Everyone loves them.
A couple of other things about the future:

1) flavored sparkling water makes one of the best cocktail mixers ever.

2) the holidays are coming and they DON’T HAVE TO BE STRESSFUL.

First, let’s talk the cocktail situation. I stick to a pretty simple formula when it comes to making drinks. Good liquor (usually gin) + fruit juice or bitters + a bubbly mixer + an aromatic garnish. For these rosemary gin spritzers, I followed my tried-and-true method. Bombay gin + fresh lemon juice + Schweppes Lemon Lime Sparkling Water + rosemary sprigs. Voila! Classy, sophisticated, and refreshing. You, my friend, can achieve cocktail hero status with minimal effort and zero stress.

And secondly, let’s talk about the idea of simplifying the holidays. After last year, I made a decision to chill the heck out. I always tend to get way too stressed and put too much pressure on myself during this season.

Repeat after me: You cannot do everything. You cannot be everywhere. You cannot overcommit. You can do enough and you can definitely be happy with that. You can choose to eliminate all of the driving around, the traffic, and the long lines. You can go to Walmart and get everything you need for these cocktails, plus casserole and dessert ingredients, and decor, and gifts, too. Do what you can and savor the time you save.
Lemon Lime Gin Spritzers - New go-to easy cocktail. These are so refreshing and bubbly. And EASY! Everyone loves them.
Lemon Lime Gin Spritzers - New go-to easy cocktail. These are so refreshing and bubbly. And EASY! Everyone loves them.
Lemon Lime Gin Spritzers - New go-to easy cocktail. These are so refreshing and bubbly. And EASY! Everyone loves them.
Lemon Lime Gin Spritzers - New go-to easy cocktail. These are so refreshing and bubbly. And EASY! Everyone loves them.
Treat yourself with one of these spritzers ASAP. Because it’s Christmas brunch. Or it’s Friendsgiving. Or it’s a random Thursday night and you’re cozied up in jammies with a bowl of popcorn. You deserve it – cheers!

PS – If you spend $10 or more from 11/15-12/22 on Schweppes products, don’t forget to upload your receipt HERE to receive a free scarf courtesy of Schweppes.

Be sure to check out www.schweppesholidaysips.com for even more holiday sips, tips, and tricks to stay sane this holiday season! 

How to Make Batch Rosemary Gin Spritzers

I wrote this recipe for just one cocktail. But if you plan to serve a crowd, simply multiply the ice, gin, and lemon juice by the number of people who will be drinking. Then top with seltzer and add garnishes to individual glasses.

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Rosemary Gin Spritzers

5 from 4 reviews

This lemon lime gin spritzer recipe makes the perfect bubbly, refreshing cocktail. Fresh lemon, quality gin, fizzy seltzer, and a fragrant rosemary garnish!

  • Author: The Fitchen
  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Total Time: 5 mins
  • Yield: 1

Ingredients

1/2 cup ice
1 ounce gin
1/2 Tablespoon fresh lemon juice
Schweppe’s lemon lime seltzer water to fill

Instructions

In an 8 ounce highball glass, add ice. Pour in gin and lemon juice, then fill with Schweppe’s lemon lime seltzer water. Pour slow – the seltzer is super bubbly and you don’t want to overflow!
Garnish with a sprig of fresh rosemary and serve.

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20 Comments
  • Amanda Mason
    November 28, 2017

    Yummy and simple! Schweppes is one of my favorite brands! I’ll be making this one soon!

  • Rezel Kealoha
    November 26, 2017

    this sounds so refreshing and perfect for the holidays in between the parties!

    • thefitchen
      November 28, 2017

      Yes! I love making these for guests AND for myself. ;)

  • Leslie
    November 25, 2017

    This looks so light and refreshing – perfect after indulging on sweets during the holidays!

  • Veena Azmanov
    November 25, 2017

    I love gin spritzer but never added rosemary to it.. Sounds so refreshing..! yum. Gonna try this soon.

  • Analida Braeger
    November 23, 2017

    I love the herbal notes you get from rosemary and especially in a cocktail! If you have some leftover rosemary try this grapefruit rosemary mojito. https://ethnicspoon.com/grapefruit-rosemary-mojito/ Cheers!

  • this is my idea of a drink!

  • Eileen
    November 22, 2017

    I loves me some gin, and the combination with lemon and rosemary sound just about perfect. It’s also a really beautiful drink. I think the piney sprigs of rosemary make it a perfect holiday cocktail.

  • Gloria @ Homemade & Yummy
    November 22, 2017

    I have never been a gin fan….but….this would work with vodka!! The aroma would be fantastic….lemon and rosemary pair so well together.

  • Gabby | The Tolerant Table
    November 21, 2017

    That looks absolutely beautiful and very refreshing I can’t say I’ve ever tried rosemary in a cocktail so I will definitely look forward to sampling this. It’s one of my favourite herbs!

  • Sarah
    November 21, 2017

    I’ll have to try Schweppes! I drink SO MUCH sparkling water lol

  • Kathryn @ FoodieGirlChicago
    November 21, 2017

    Rosemary is such a great addition to a cocktail! I bet this one is super refreshing!!

    • thefitchen
      November 21, 2017

      Agreed! I love the scent it adds.

  • Dominique | Perchance to Cook
    November 21, 2017

    This is my type of drink! Healthy, a hint of citrus, and not sweet! I’m bookmarking this for later ( I’m currently pregnant :) ). My friends would all love this so I’m sharing with them!

    • thefitchen
      November 21, 2017

      Yes! Everything you need in a cocktail, if you ask me. You can look forward to enjoying after baby! ;)

  • Sarah Newman
    November 20, 2017

    Mmm I love this flavor of Schweppe’s! I’m not a gin fan but would sub this with vodka and that sounds delicious with a sprig of rosemary – a perfect, light holiday cocktail!

    • thefitchen
      November 21, 2017

      You could definitely swap in vodka for gin – it won’t affect the taste much at all. Enjoy!

  • Michelle - Hold the Moo
    November 20, 2017

    Love this. And I totally agree with chilling the heck out. The holidays have to be fun and enjoyable :)

  • Jinnie
    November 16, 2017

    Can’t wait to try it. Need a dash to Walmart.

    • thefitchen
      November 20, 2017

      Yes! You will love these. ;)

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