East Imperial Tonic, 500ml - Burma, Grapefruit or Yuzu
Waiheke Wine Centre
This product is currently sold out.
- Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee having the stock in store or the specific vintage that you have ordered. On most occasions, if we do not have the stock that you want on hand, we can source it. We will contact you if there are any issues with your order.
- International orders to Australia - any orders shipping to Australia will incur a 29% WET (Wine Equalisation Tax). This will not be automatically calculated at checkout and we will contact you after you complete your order with the final amount to pay.
PLEASE ADVISE AT CHECKOUT WHICH FLAVOUR YOU WOULD LIKE - BURMA (STANDARD), YUZU (CITRUS) OR GRAPEFRUIT (GRAPEFRUIT :))
Back in 1825, British Army officers stationed in India combined quinine, sugar and water in an attempt to create a daily tonic to act as a malaria prophylaxis. Gin was later added to the mix to mask the strong and bitter taste of the quinine water.
192 years on, the quintessential gin and tonic has come a very long way. But not necessarily in a good way. The overly sweet citric acid soft drinks of our time have replaced genuine, traditional tonic water. These modern drinks completely mask the herbaceous aromas of premium gin and other spirits, manipulating the role that tonic water now plays in modern mixology.
Thankfully, the East Imperial collection is here and true to the tradition.