Fever-Tree Indian Tonic Water

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A delicious, natural tonic with a uniquely clean and refreshing taste. Subtle botanicals like hand-pressed bitter orange oil from Tanzania blend with pure cane sugar and real quinine sourced from the Congo for a bitter taste balanced by a soft citrus finish.

Quinine is the key ingredient, and the essential bitterness, in tonic water. The brand name Fever-Tree was chosen as it is the colloquial name for the cinchona tree, the bark of which produces quinine. After much research, a specific type of fever tree plantation (known as Cinchona ledgeriana) located on the Rwanda/Congo border, was found to be producing the purest quinine in the world. There was no other option but to source Fever-Tree's quinine from this plantation - the only drinks company to be doing so.

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Beyond the Label

A delicious, natural tonic with a uniquely clean and refreshing taste. Subtle botanicals like hand-pressed bitter orange oil from Tanzania blend with pure cane sugar and real quinine sourced from the Congo for a bitter taste balanced by a soft citrus finish.

Quinine is the key ingredient, and the essential bitterness, in tonic water. The brand name Fever-Tree was chosen as it is the colloquial name for the cinchona tree, the bark of which produces quinine. After much research, a specific type of fever tree plantation (known as Cinchona ledgeriana) located on the Rwanda/Congo border, was found to be producing the purest quinine in the world. There was no other option but to source Fever-Tree's quinine from this plantation - the only drinks company to be doing so.

California Residents:Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING

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