If you can’t find Lillet, a blanc vermouth or Cocchi Americano are excellent substitutes. Look for Castelvetrano olives at your grocery store’s olive bar or from high-end gourmet markets.
In a lowball glass filled with ice, combine the gin, Lillet, lime juice and olive brine. Top with the tonic and stir gently to combine. Garnish with the olives to serve.
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