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World Gin Day 2017


It’s that time of year again! World Gin day is here and while we don’t need an excuse to drink gin it’s a fun day to celebrate! The idea behind World Gin Day is simple: get people together all around the world with a legitimate excuse to drink some gin, whether it’s in a cocktail, G&T or neat. Plus, it’s a…

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Regency Tonic – #TasteYourGin


This weeks tonic comes from Regency Tonic. Firstly, thanks to them for reaching out to us with a sample. We’re always very happy to profile new products and especially tonic waters given how well our #TonicReviewSeries has been doing! Having done a little research after seeing them on twitter, I was very keen to try this tonic water as one of…

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Tonic Review Series: Fentimans Part 2


After our initial review of Fentimans tonic water (which you can find here), they reached out to us over twitter and asked whether we would like to review some of their other products, including their light tonic water and herbal tonic water. We of course said yes, so let’s get right into it! This is going to be a shorter…

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Tonic Review Series: Fentimans


This weeks tonic water is brought to you by……. Fentimans! Ok, enough with the cheesy TV introduction. Let’s get onto the important stuff! Fentimans have a long history of providing top quality soft drinks and mixers. I first remember coming across them as a child when I became obsessed with their ginger beer. In fact, it was their ginger beer…

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1724 Tonic – 1,724m above sea level


The next tonic in our review series is 1724. 1724 Tonic Water is premium quality tonic water designed to meet the demand for high quality cocktails and to accompany super-premium spirits. This Tonic has its origins in the Andes, on the mythical Inca Trail. This is not by chance as this is where the quinine tree was first discovered.  The…

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Thomas Henry Tonic


Based in Berlin, Thomas Henry Tonic take inspiration for their company name from the English gentleman and pharmacist, Thomas Henry, who in 1773 produced the worlds first ‘fizzy drink’ by enriching water with carbon dioxide in Manchester, England and in the process gave birth to soda water! Thomas Henry have been creating drinks since 2010. Starting out as bitter lemonade experts, they…

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Franklin and Sons Tonic


Originally established in 1886 and sold from a family confectioner’s shop, Franklin & Sons make a range of handcrafted, premium tonics and mixers. Back then, the Franklin brothers embarked on a mission:  To introduce Victorian Britain to new taste experiences using the finest natural ingredients gathered from around the world. Today, over 100 years later, the current range builds on their efforts, combining…

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