If you haven’t heard already, July is Gin and Tonic Month. We’ve proclaimed it as so, and so it is. July, at least around here, is typically sweltering hot. A good gin and tonic refreshes like not many other cocktails can… especially with all-natural tonic water.
I’ll admit, I was wary of the idea that premium tonic water could taste much different from my standard grocery store bought stuff. A couple of years ago when I finally gave my first natural tonic water a taste, I was blown away. Q Tonic arrived here and we all enjoyed a taste test to see if it really was all it’s cracked up to be. It is. I will never go back to drinking synthetic, high-fructose tonics again. Ever.
Since our first taste of natural tonic water, other great brands arrived, each one offering a certain something that makes it different from the others. Besides Q Tonic, we now have Fever-Tree and Fentimans premium tonic waters.
We’ve tasted all of them and each person here has his or her favorite, all depending on what he or she looks for in a tonic. The most cost-efficient way for you to do the same is to pick up the Tonic Water Sampler pack, filled with 2 bottles each of Q, Fever-Tree and Fentimans tonic waters. I’d be surprised if you aren’t blown away by these like I was.
I wish all of you a rad Fourth of July weekend and hope you give natural tonic water a try next time you’re using it in a cocktail or even on its own.
[techtags:TONIC WATER, NATURAL TONIC WATER, Q TONIC, FEVER-TREE, FENTIMANS]