tonic water


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Synonyms for tonic water

lime- or lemon-flavored carbonated water containing quinine

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I often recommend it for people who don't like tonic water.
During the 2 days prior to presentation, he had been celebrating with a friend, drinking beverages containing tonic water.
If you want a cake for kids and adults alike, you can conjure the spirit of a G&T by replacing all the gin in this recipe with 75ml of tonic water and the juice of one lemon.
As part of our taste testing I clicked open one of the 5cl miniatures, the Warner Edwards Elderflower Infused Gin bottle, and muddled with tonic water.
Among the twelve completed deals for the year are Indian tonic water brand, Fever-Tree, and security bollard manufacturer, ATG Access.
Also banned are tea, coffee, sugar, fizzy drinks including soda and tonic water, and of course alcohol.
Fever-Tree, the line of all-natural, premium cocktail mixers, has debuted a new expression to its line of six existing products: Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic, which combines refreshing floral elements to premium tonic water, and is said to particularly enhance vodka cocktails.
Say "no" to tonic water and "yes" to club soda as a mixer.
I personally prefer to use tonic water, soda, or a sparkling mineral water so the taste of the Pimms is not overpowered.
If they tired after a tour of the sprawling exhibition centre, they can refresh themselves with tonic water, soft drinks, milk products and fruit juices, as well as some chocolates.
Mediterranean Tonic Water, available exclusively from Waitrose now, is a carbonated citrus water infused with lemon, thyme and rosemary (rsp: [pounds sterling]2.
All her scenes are at The Woolpack and Cafe Hope where she nurses a tonic water or cup of coffee for take after take.
And as cocktails with a bubbly base rise in ascendance, sparkling wines and Champagnes are now compulsory additions, to mix with fruit juices and tonic water.
Ingredients 200g caster sugar 1 good bunch lemon mint 300ml tonic water 100ml good quality gin (Hendrick's works well) Juice of 6 lemons Zest of 1 lemon Zest of one lime 1 fresh ripe pineapple, sliced as thinly as possible Method Place sugar and 250ml of tonic water in a pan and bring to rapid boil Simmer for 6-7 minutes; avoid crystallising.