pineapple gin and tonic

Pineapple Gin and Tonic

Now that it’s officially Spring, this season calls for something fruity and refreshing! Grab your ingredients, craft this cocktail, and start sipping this simple yet delicious Pineapple Gin and Tonic.

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The Pineapple Gin and Tonic

Spring is finally here and if you’re ready for the warmer temperatures and fruitier cocktails, then I’ve got just the drink, the Pineapple Gin and Tonic! Made with ONLY four ingredients – gin, pineapple juice, bitters, and tonic water for an easy but tasty mixed drink.

Sip it poolside or drink it for your next happy hour as you enjoy the longer days and gorgeous sunsets. P.S heading somewhere for Spring Break? This cocktail will be the perfect companion because it’s SO easy to make. Sip responsibly!

pineapple gin and tonic

How to Level Up Your Gin and Tonic

If you’re a gin and tonic lover like myself but looking to sip something that feels a little more like Spring, then you’ll love the Pineapple Gin and Tonic! It’s crafted with just a few more ingredients than your traditional G&T but bursting with fresh, fruity, and delicious flavors.

For this recipe, I added fresh pineapple juice and bitters to give this classic cocktail more depth, color, and flavor. Simply add the ingredients in and stir it up for a quick and easy cocktail that can be enjoyed in a few minutes. 

Ingredients for the Pineapple Gin and Tonic

For a simple yet delicious cocktail, give the Pineapple Gin and Tonic a try! 

  • Gin: this recipe works great with a more botanical-tasting gin like Hendrick’s Gin or The Botanist, but check out this guide here to finding the best gin for your drink.
  • Pineapple juice: Fresh or store-bought pineapple juice works in this recipe. If you’re juicing your own pineapple make sure you choose a ripe pineapple, so the sweetness is just right. Plus, the sweeter the juice the better it balances with the bitters.
  • Tonic water: for an effervescent finish, add some tonic water. I used Fever Tree Premium Indian Tonic Water, but check this guide here to see what other options would work. 
  • Bitters: Top this cocktail with a few dashes of bitters, I used Peychaud’s Bitters
  • Lime wedge and pineapple: garnish this fun mixed drink with a lime wheel, pineapple slice, and a pineapple leaf, if desired.
pineapple gin and tonic

How to Make the Pineapple Gin and Tonic

This recipe could not be easier! In three, simple steps you’ll take your G&T from bland to grand by adding some fresh and exciting ingredients.

Start by filling a glass with ice and adding in your preferred gin. Note: I like to use a more botanical-tasting gin for my gin-based cocktails and I find this recipe works best with mellower gins. Next, add the pineapple juice and tonic water, and stir together with a bar spoon. For the last step, top your mixed drink with a few dashes of bitters (I used Peychaud’s Bitters for this recipe) and garnish with a lime wheel and pineapple slice, if desired. Cheers!

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Pineapple Gin & Tonic

The Pineapple Gin and Tonic is a refreshing libation made with only 4 ingredients including gin, pineapple juice, bitters, and tonic water for an elevated gin and tonic.
Prep Time1 minute
Total Time5 minutes
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: gin and tonic


  • Glass
  • Bar spoon


  • 2 oz gin
  • 2 oz pineapple juice
  • 4 oz tonic water
  • 2 dashes bitters (I used Peychaud’s)
  • Garnish: lime and pineapple


  • Fill a glass with ice and add gin.
  • Add pineapple juice and tonic water and stir.
  • Top with bitters and garnish with lime and pineapple.

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