Whether pure, on ice or mixed with gin or vodka - we just love it! Tonic Water. But what is tonic water?
Tonic water is a refreshing drink containing quinine. The white crystalline quinine, which is very difficult to dissolve in water, gives tonic water its bitter taste.
There are countless companies dedicated to tonic water. This is not surprising, because cocktails like gin and tonic are more topical than ever. But tonic water can of course also be drunk pure and is the perfect refreshing drink, not only in summer.
The test winner in the Falstaff product test was DOCTOR John William POLIDORI Dry Tonic Water. The tonic water is very dry in taste, with earthy notes of basil and thyme. It is reminiscent of exotic fruits, cubeb pepper, juniper, citrus and refreshing florals. The tonic gives the gin room to unfold.
One of our TOP products is the Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic Water.
Its special plant oils are combined with spring water and the highest quality quinine to provide that unique clean and refreshing taste.
Fun Facts: Until the 20th century, tonic was part of the standard equipment of many European colonial armies. The term is derived from the English tonic, which stands for invigorating, strengthening.