East Imperial Old World Tonic 150ml

  • Product Code: 9295
  • Country: New Zealand
  • Region: Nelson
  • Style: Non Alcoholic
  • Variety: Mixers
  • Closure: Bottle Cap
  • Unit: Each
  • Volume: 150ml

$2.30

Regions : Nelson

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Maker notes
"As was the case with original Indian tonic water, East Imperial is now the only tonic water sourcing all the key ingredients from Asia. This is the champagne of tonic waters.

This is a true tonic water, not a soft drink and as such we would recommend pairing it with the more bold herbaceous new western style gins. You’ll soon understand why, as the subtle flavours of the gin once masked by other tonics will start to shine through. Because there is only a trace of natural citric acid and less than half the sugar of Schweppes or Fever Tree, bartenders are free to craft their perfect G&T the way they want, adding natural citrus flavours or sweeteners to suit. This really is the authentic representation of what tonic water tasted like at the turn of the century."

We provide a door to door delivery service nationwide. Delivery charges are calculated on a 12 bottle case or part there of.

Delivery charges are calculated during the checkout process. Please ensure you choose the correct delivery region. We will advise you if you have chosen the incorrect delivery region.

You may also choose to 'pick up' your order from our wine shop at 188 Durham Street South, Christchurch.

For further details on prices and delivery options please go to the Delivery & Returns section of our site.

If for any reason you are not entirely happy with your order or you suspect that it may be affected by a quality issue, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will remedy the problem straight away. Contact us on (03) 3655134.

Note, for orders of 1 - 3 bottles we may charge extra for packaging. To ensure the safety of the bottles we use specially designed posting boxes. You can find posting & gift options here.

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