This is a refreshing, boldly flavored tonic made with superior ingredients including natural quinine, zesty citrus and pure cane sugar. We crafted the flavor profile to perfectly complement premium dry gins. As an uncarbonated concentrate, simply top this syrup with club soda for a superior tonic water. Next, go beyond the G & T by using the tonic syrup in novel cocktails.
Filtered water, cane sugar, natural quinine, citric acid, citrus oils, benzoic acid
Serv. size: 0.5 oz (15 ml)
Amount per serving: Calories 26, Total Fat 00g (0% DV), Sat. Fat 0g (0% DV), Trans Fat 0g, Cholest. 0mg (0% DV), Sodium 0mg (0% DV), Total Carb. 7g (00% DV), Fiber 0g (0% DV), Total Sugars 7g (incl. 7g Added Sugars, 00% DV), Protein 0g, Vit. D (0% DV), Calcium (0% DV), Iron (0% DV), Potas. (0% DV).
Expect medium-high quinine bitterness, balanced against pure cane sugar. Highly aromatic citrus oils provide acidity and refreshing flavors.
Adds a nice touch to G&Ts
I just finished putting a bar down in my newly finished basement. I set up a kegerator in the utility closet and have the taps running to the wall on the bar side. I set up 2 taps, one for beer, and one to experiment with. Since my wife's go to drink is a gin and tonic, I decided that would be my first experiment. Searching for a recipe online, I was brought to this site. Using their recipe and their tonic syrup, I made up a keg of gin and tonic. We enjoyed it ourselves, but when we threw our first party, I was impressed with the number of people who said they loved it. I will always use this syrup when making gin in tonics in the future.
The cap on the bottle was stuck and wouldn't open properly. Also, one of the bottle that came through was leaking and made the other bottles sticky. I was kind of disappointed.
Just used the tonic syrup to make a pisco tonic. The bitterness of the syrup is perfect and flavors are very complimenting.
I have tried other tonic mixes and this is by far the best. Nice to have a lower calorie alternative. Much better than most store bought tonics.