To step up your garnnish game
A dehydrated lemon slice is the classic G&T garnish making this a perfect place to start. Try it in any London Dry Gin you have handy or inPoor Top Fools Strength, Bathub Gin, Abel Gin, Patient Wolf and in classic cocktails like a Tom Collins.
How long will my garnishes last?
They have a 12-month shelf life but I have had them last for years if they're kept dry..
How should I store them?
You could keep them in the packet, but I would recommend an airtight Kilner Jar
How should I use them?
Stick 'em in your drinks!
Directly Substitute them for their fresh counterparts. With G&Ts you can experiment pretty freely.
Scorched Lime or Roasted Lemon will always work, if you have a Summery Gin the Burnt Orange would be delicious. Whilst Seared Grapefruit or There Will Be Blood Orange will work nicely with a more floral gin.
In cocktails try matching the garnish to the ingredients inside, so If your using Lime Juice a Scorched Lime Garnish is perfect