A classic gimlet adapted for non alcoholic spirits - non alcoholic gimlet mocktail
Fill the cocktail shaker with ice
Cut the limes in half and remove a single slice to use as a garnish later
Juice the limes
Add the lime juice, simple syrup and NLL to the cocktail shaker
Strain into a coupe or martini glass and serve garnished with a slice of lime
The only substantial calories and carbs in this drink are from the simple syrup. If you want to make a low-calorie low-carb gimlet, then it's possible to make a simple syrup with a low-carb sweetener.
Consider using any granulated low-carb sweetener that measures like sugar and which doesn't turn bitter when heated. Examples include Splenda or erythritol-based sweeteners.
You can also make a gimlet using Roses' Lime Cordial which is already sweetened and so doesn't require simple syrup. Just use one part lime cordial to two parts NLL. It's the original way that a Gimlet was made, so there's no 'cheating'