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INDI Botanical Tonic Water 200ml

Indi tonic is made by macerating Quinine, Orange peel from Seville, Kewra from India, Japonese Yuzu and Kalamansi from the Phillipines are all used in the INDI& Cº mixers, alongside the best lemon and lime juices, pure water, white and cane sugar.

Drink and enjoy with Gin

Country: Spain
Vol. 200ml

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CHF 3,20
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Product No.: 9911
Shipping time: 3-5 days (Ausland abweichend)
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INDI Botanical Tonic Water 200ml

Indi tonic is made by macerating Quinine, Orange peel from Seville, Kewra from India, Japonese Yuzu and Kalamansi from the Phillipines are all used in the INDI& Cº mixers, alongside the best lemon and lime juices, pure water, white and cane sugar.

Drink and enjoy with Gin

Country: Spain
Vol. 200ml

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On our journey to develop our range of INDI & Cº Mixers, our research has taken us back centuries to when the traditions of preserving and distilling first began in the Guadalquivir Valley, in Andalucia, Spain. For hundreds of years the aromatic herbs, lemons and oranges, for which the area around Sevilla has become famous, have been dried and used for medicinal and culinary purposes. Mix these traditions with the arrival of exotic ingredients such as quinine and vanilla, from the West Indies in the 16th century and a whole new way of mixing, blending and distilling the best of the Mediterranean and Caribbean started to develop. Indeed the Municipal Archive in Seville has records dating back to the 17th century describing the distilling of different botanical plants, like quinine and citrus fruits. The idea of partaking of quinine based drinks for medicinal purposes soon spread across Europe, and to the Indies thanks to the East India Company. Consequently quinine became the principle ingredient in Tonic Water

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