Cool Breeze

In Africa, a gin and tonic is invariably called a 'sundowner'. After a sun-drenched day, a gin and tonic is the best medicine against thirst. But even when the sun is not shining, this bittersweet drink is a great aperitif. It is easy to make and always a hit. We make this GT with Mokum Dusk Cool Blend, tonic, fresh mint and lemon.


  • Balloon glass or long drink
  • Barmaatje
  • Bar spoon or long spoon
  • Sharp knife
  • Ice cubes



  1. Put the GT glass in the freezer (5 minutes) or spoon in some ice cubes to pre-cool (stir the ice cubes for 8-10 seconds for faster cooling);
  2. Remove the GT glass from the freezer or remove any melting water from the ice cubes;
  3. Fill the bar measure with 50 ml Mokum Dusk Cool Blend and carefully pour it over the ice;
  4. Pour in 150 ml of premium tonic water (or 100 ml for a stronger variant);
  5. Stir the ice cream and the ingredients gently (8-10 seconds);
  6. Garnish with a sprig of mint and a slice of lemon.