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BTW Tonic Syrup

(50cl, 0%)

BTW Tonic Syrup
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BTW Tonic Syrup Bottling Note

A concentrated tonic syrup, created by Nick Crispini from London gin bar 214 Bermondsey and fellow gin lover Lawrence Mason. BTW Tonic Water is made to be mixed with carbonated water, allowing you to make a tonic water to your own tastes. It can also be used in cocktails to impart a daring kick of cinchona bark bitterness.

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BTW Tonic Syrup Reviews

Amazing Elixir

Seriously delicious in a G&T - great to have fun with as well. Have tried some cocktails with it and also MULLED GIN!
So good....

22nd September 2017

Finally, a truly Tonicy Tonic

Have tried a number of tonic syrups & to my taste none of them are particularly Tonic tasting. Some are really lemony & others are super herbaceous. BTW however is delicious, a really nice bitter sweet balance with a very clean, earthy flavour. Great on its own, in a G&T or even in cocktails!

5th September 2016

What an awesome idea

Concentrated tonic - basically you mix it to your taste with fizzy water! Really opens up the Gin. It says on the bottle mix 1 part to 6 parts water but i like a stronger mix.

3rd September 2015

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