What you drink says a lot about you. Don't believe me? Just compare your friend whose go-to drink is dep wine straight from the bottle and your friend who regularly crafts elaborate cocktails like Mosow Mules.\nThe gin and tonic is one of those drinks that is divisive by nature. Though the name suggests a simple, two-ingredient cocktail, in reality it is a lot more complicated than that. From the kind of gin and tonic you use to what toppings you include, each component of the delicate, refreshing drink says a lot about who you are as a person.\nTell me how you take your gin and tonic, and I'll tell you what kind of person you are.\nFirst of all, the fact that you like gin is telling. A 2017 study correlated liking bitter food and drink like gin and tonics to being a psychopath. I'm just gonna leave that there.\nView this post on Instagram DUEL - Journée du gin tonic / #GinAndTonicDay On célèbre l'une de nos journées préférées de l'année avec l'un des cocktails suivants: / Let's celebrate one of our favourite days of the year with one of these cocktails! Which one would you prefer? Recettes et suggestions de gins/Recipes and gin suggestions 💡 Story 🍋 GIN TONIC CLASSIQUE/CLASSIC GIN AND TONIC OU/OR 🍓 FRAISE TONIQUE/STRAWBERRY TONIC Dites-nous en COMMENTAIRES: quel est votre gin préféré? / Tell us in the COMMENTS bellow: which is your favourite gin? 📸 @mariedesneigesm . #gintonicday #gintonic #ginlovers #gin A post shared by La SAQ Officiel (@lasaq) on Apr 9, 2019 at 8:47am PDT\nIf you're just filling a glass with a ton of gin and a splash of tonic, you're probably about 15, and you're doing the best you can with the gin you stole from your parent's liquor cabinet.\nYou have no idea what gin is because you normally drink Smirnoff Ice, and this is the first recipe you found when you googled "how to drink gin."\nREAD ALSO: The 100 Best Brunch Spots In Canada Have Been Revealed\nThe topping you choose to add to your drink also says a lot about you. If you're a slice of cucumber kinda gal, your parents paid for your university tuition so you're rich enough to waste fresh produce like that.\nView this post on Instagram Mott's Clamato Caesar édition gin et concombre... Que dire de plus? . INDENTIFIEZ un amateur de bloody caesar! // Mott's Clamato Caesar gin & cucumber edition... What else? . TAG a #BloodyCaesar lover! . 📸 @mariedesneigesm . #ginconcombre #gincucumber #cucumbergin #cocktails #cocktailculture #canada #canadians #canadian #delicious #caesar #bloodycaesar #savory #sodelicious #LaPartieFacile A post shared by La SAQ Officiel (@lasaq) on Apr 25, 2019 at 9:52am PDT\nThe same goes for people who use the fancy tonics for their drinks. I see you, and I respect you, because those Fever Tree tonics DO taste way better. But who has $8 to waste on fancy water?\nIf you choose to top your G&T with lemon, you're just wrong.\nAnd if you add any other liquor or syrup in your cocktail, congrats! You're the kind of person who wants to watch the world burn.\nNo matter how you take it, there are some universal truths about your choice of drink and your personality that your date will pick up on.\nPeople who drink gin and tonics are usually pretty simple, down to earth people with no frills (aside from the ones that are psychopaths). Ordering a gin and tonic means that you’re a classic person who will choose a tried-and-true drink over anything too out-there.