7.5 oz can
Carbonated Water, Organic Agave, Citric Acid, Quinine, Natural Flavors.
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Non GMO Project verified. nongmoproject.org. Less sweet with agave nectar. Crisp taste with real botanicals. Made to mix - Non-alcoholic. Imagine your favorite drink better. The tonic your spirit deserves. After a night in my backyard with great friends, good gin, and a lousy mixer, I spent years making a better tonic water. I started in my kitchen with real quinine just like when tonic water was invented beak in 1825. Then lightly sweetened it with agave nectar rather than loads of high fructose corn syrup so it complements rather than masks the subtleties of a good gin, vodka or rum. Clean and crisp, with many fewer calories than the big guys, Q tonic is a perfect match for great spirits. It will make your drink spectacular. Enjoy! - Jordan, Founder. Quinine. Agave. Imagine your favorite drink even better. You have your favorite spirit. Don’t ruin your drink with a flat, sugary mixer, Let the subtleties of your spirit shine through with a tonic water that is made to mix. It began in 1638, when the countess of chinchon fell violently ill. Her husband, the Spanish viceroy in Peru, begged the local Incas for an antidote. The Incas graciously gave her a potion from the ground bark of the native quinquina tree. Days later she was cured. In her honor, the Spanish renamed the Peruvian tree the Cinchona tree. 200 years later, a few ingenious British officers in the Indian army improved the bitter quinine medicine by mixing it with soda, sugar, and gin. The original gin and tonic was born. Contains quinine. Learn more at QMixers.com and (at)QMixers. Please recycle.