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Types of Tonic Water

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The kind of tonic water you use makes all the difference. If you want to be an educated consumer, here's what you need to know:
  • The liter size bottles you find in supermarket soda aisles are loaded with synthetic ingredients and high-fructose corn syrup
  • Most bars and restaurants serve the artificially flavored stuff out of their guns
  • Bad tonic is the only tonic a lot of people have ever known
  • There are better options
All-natural premium tonic waters are:
  • Crafted with real quinine
  • Sweetened with real cane sugar
  • Crisper and cleaner in taste
  • Easier on your waistline with 60% fewer calories

Get Acquainted with the Good Stuff

Q Tonic
  • Made with real Peruvian quinine and Mexican agave
  • Natural, crisp flavor
  • Featured in Esquire, Newsweek, New York Times, Food & Wine Magazine and more

Fentimans Traditional Tonic Water
  • Botanically brewed
  • Sharp flavors of juniper balance the sweetness of the tonic
  • Imported from England

Fever Tree Premium Indian Tonic Water
  • Features fresh spring water, hand cold-pressed orange oils, and cane sugar
  • Subtle citrus flavor and fruity notes balance out the bitterness
  • Distinctively clean and refreshing taste is great on its own or as a mixer

Tomr's Handcrafted Tonic Syrup Concentrate
  • Use just 1 ounce of syrup per serving
  • Crafted from high quality ingredients like the bark of the cinchona tree (hence the rust color)
  • Simply mix it with soda water

Can't choose one to try? Go with a sampler pack.
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