East Imperial Old World Tonic 150ml
An authentic choice, from the heyday of the G&T. Discover a new perspective on the wonderful world of premium gin.
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East Imperial Old World Tonic
Seen by many bartenders the world over as the 'champagne' of tonic waters, this definitely isn't a a soft drink. East Imperial Old World Tonic is a completely natural low-calorie tonic, with half the natural sugar content of most other tonics.
This is quite a different tonic to what you may be used to. The initial hit on the palate is of warmth with liquorice spice and fresh lavender with just a faint hint of tea, It finishes with a luxurious citrus mouth feel.
It was developed and created to be an authentic representation of what tonic water used to be at the turn of the last century. Modern tonic's have added sugars, and or sweeteners, which can make them overly sweet. This has sadly almost become the norm.
Unlike other ‘diet’ or 'light' tonics, all-natural ingredients with no artificial colours or preservatives are used in the production, and it is gluten-free. With only 20 Calories per serving (7.5gm of natural cane sugar) Old World Tonic is the perfect way to enjoy your G&T without the guilt of calories, or having sweetness overpower the gin.
We'd encourage you to upgrade your tonic to what would have been recognised historically as a true tonic. By doing this, you will undoubtedly discover a whole new perspective on the world of premium gin.
This really is a perfect way to enjoy a premium gin. Tasting what would have been enjoyed in the hey-day of the G&T.
This can be a good tonic to enjoy with an Old Tom gin, as they are already sweet. Our perfect pairings to go with this tonic however are: Aviation Gin, Beefeater 24, Gin Mare, Kyro x Kinobi Gin, Malfy Con Limone, Tanqueray No. Ten, and The Botanist.
With all, enjoy in a tall glass, with plenty of ice.
Lekker!Deze tonic met de Chase Elegant Crisp! Goddelijk, al jaren een van mijn meest favoriete combi's. Lekker veel ijs en een stukje appel, laat de zomer maar weer komen!