Juice has long been used as a mixer with gin, but it didn't get the recognition it deserved until Snoop Dogg released "Gin and Juice," the second single from debut "Doggystyle," in 1994. It's recognized as one of the greatest rap songs ever written. Here's a rundown of some juices to mix with gin and why.

Juice has long been used as a mixer with gin, but it didn't get the recognition it deserved until Snoop Dogg released "Gin and Juice," the second single from debut "Doggystyle," in 1994. It's recognized as one of the greatest rap songs ever written. Here's a rundown of some juices to mix with gin and why.

10. Grape

It couldn't make grape juice any worse, right?

9. Tomato

Use gin as a replacement for vodka in a Bloody Mary to make sure every day starts off right.

8. Cranberry

It's like Thanksgiving in a cocktail!

7. Pomegranate

Keep your heart healthy with this gin and juice variation.

6. Kool-Aid

C'mon, there's nothing that doesn't go with Kool-Aid - oh, yeah!

5. Lemonade

This combo would make a kid's lemonade stand highly profitable.

4. Pineapple

Best recipe for sitting on the beach and forgetting you're listening to Jimmy Buffett.

3. Concentrate

This is the old-school (circa 1994) recipe for making gin and juice. Best for rollin' down the street and, well, you know.

2. Orange

A classic highball drink that's great for fighting scurvy.

1. Grapefruit

A perfectly tart option that's usually the standard for gin and juice.