INGREDIENTS

SKINNY TONIC

INDIAN TONIC

Fusing together subtle botanical flavours with spring water from the heart of England with the most premium quality quinine, to serve up the distinct clean finish of Indian Tonic Water. Without the need for added sugar or added calories, with nothing artificial, SKINNY TONIC™ is sweetened by nature, from the Guarani peoples sweet herb, the rebaudiana plant.

  • ELDERFLOWER
  • QUININE
  • BITTER ORANGE
  • LEMON
  • PINK GRAPEFRUIT
  • YUZU

BITTER ORANGE

veryone is familiar with the sweet oranges without which no fruit stall is complete. But probably few people realise that this fruit is a sweet variety of the bitter orange which was already being imported to Italy from China in the 11th century, much earlier than its sweeter sister, which only arrived in Europe in the 15th century. The evergreen bitter orange tree bears dark-green, leathery leaves and, on its young branches, thin, flexible thorns which can be up to eight centimetres long. The tree can reach a height of up to eight metres. Its white, five-petalled flowers give off an intense fragrance. Unusually, not all flowers have the female pistil (consisting of ovary, style and stigma) as well as the male stamens: some flowers have only male stamens. The fruit of the bitter orange is very similar to the sweet orange, but is smaller, with a diameter of only seven to eight centimetres. The sphere is slightly flattened and the skin is thicker and more dimpled than that of the sweet orange. The fruit flesh tastes sour, while the peel and the skin surrounding the fruit segments have a strong bitter taste. Around the Mediterranean the ripe bitter oranges are harvested in January and February.

QUININE

Quinine was originally medicinal and used for treatment of malaria. It originates from the bark of the Cinchona tree, which is native to South America. The Quechua would mix the ground bark of cinchona trees with sweetened water to offset the bark's bitter taste, thus producingtonic water. This traditional tonic ingredient, now in a mixer with no sugar, means the best just got better.

ZERO CALORIES, ZERO SUGAR, NOTHING ARTIFICIAL

SKINNY TONIC

ELDERFLOWER

Bringing together the oils of the quintessential English elderflower, spring water and the most premium quality quinine, to deliver a an English summer in a glass. Without the need for added sugar or added calories, with nothing artificial SKINNY TONIC™ is sweetened by nature, from the Guarani peoples sweet herb, the rebaudiana plant.

  • ELDERFLOWER
  • QUININE
  • BITTER ORANGE
  • LEMON
  • PINK GRAPEFRUIT
  • YUZU

ELDERFLOWER

The Elderberry is classified as a shrub, it can reach tree like heights of over seven meters. The gently serrated leaves usually grow in groups of five and are arranged symmetrically along the twigs. The creamy white, five petaled blossoms are clustered into upright flat-topped bunches known as umbels. These flowers are at their peak for foraging after the green buds have opened but before any brown discoloration develops. Their heavy sweet scent has aromas of fresh hay and mild anise notes. Flavors on the palate are similar, but with a fruitier and slightly medicinal finish. Elderberry is a native species to western portions of North America and Central America. Historical writings also cite it across parts of Europe, Asia and North Africa. Today its domestic distribution stretches from west Texas across Montana and into the western United Stated south into Mexico. Elderberry prefers moist soils along sloping canyons and stream banks as ideal habitat.

QUININE

Quinine was originally medicinal and used for treatment of malaria. It originates from the bark of the Cinchona tree, which is native to South America. The Quechua would mix the ground bark of cinchona trees with sweetened water to offset the bark's bitter taste, thus producingtonic water. This traditional tonic ingredient, now in a mixer with no sugar, means the best just got better.

ZERO CALORIES, ZERO SUGAR, NOTHING ARTIFICIAL

SKINNY TONIC

LIGHT CITRUS

Bringing you the taste of the mediterraneans finest fruits, spring water from the heart of England and the most premium quality quinine, to deliver a delightful twist on a classic Indian Tonic Water. Without the need for added sugar or added calories, with nothing artificial SKINNY TONIC™ is sweetened by nature, from the Guarani peoples sweet herb, the rebaudiana plant.

  • ELDERFLOWER
  • QUININE
  • BITTER ORANGE
  • LEMON
  • PINK GRAPEFRUIT
  • YUZU

LEMON

Everyone knows the yellow, oval fruits of the lemon. You couldn't imagine a kitchen without them today. Botanically speaking, the lemon is a berry with its seeds enclosed in the fleshy pulp. The appearance and taste of this acid citrus fruit have given rise to many a proverb or saying. In our part of the world the lemon tree is only seen in orangeries or botanical gardens. In the warmer climates which the tree needs to thrive it reaches a height of up to fifteen feet. The dark green, leathery leaves have an aromatic scent. The flowers, white on the inside and tinged with deep pink on the outside, cover the tree throughout the year allowing fresh ripe lemons to be harvested three to four times a year.

BITTER ORANGE

veryone is familiar with the sweet oranges without which no fruit stall is complete. But probably few people realise that this fruit is a sweet variety of the bitter orange which was already being imported to Italy from China in the 11th century, much earlier than its sweeter sister, which only arrived in Europe in the 15th century. The evergreen bitter orange tree bears dark-green, leathery leaves and, on its young branches, thin, flexible thorns which can be up to eight centimetres long. The tree can reach a height of up to eight metres. Its white, five-petalled flowers give off an intense fragrance. Unusually, not all flowers have the female pistil (consisting of ovary, style and stigma) as well as the male stamens: some flowers have only male stamens. The fruit of the bitter orange is very similar to the sweet orange, but is smaller, with a diameter of only seven to eight centimetres. The sphere is slightly flattened and the skin is thicker and more dimpled than that of the sweet orange. The fruit flesh tastes sour, while the peel and the skin surrounding the fruit segments have a strong bitter taste. Around the Mediterranean the ripe bitter oranges are harvested in January and February.

QUININE

Quinine was originally medicinal and used for treatment of malaria. It originates from the bark of the Cinchona tree, which is native to South America. The Quechua would mix the ground bark of cinchona trees with sweetened water to offset the bark's bitter taste, thus producingtonic water. This traditional tonic ingredient, now in a mixer with no sugar, means the best just got better.

ZERO CALORIES, ZERO SUGAR, NOTHING ARTIFICIAL

SKINNY TONIC

PINK GRAPEFRUIT & YUZU

Blending the gentle zest of the Japanese Yuzu and the sharp edge of the pink grapefruit we’ve produced something for the sophisticated pallet to enjoy with a Pink Gin. Without the need for added sugar or added calories, with nothing artificial SKINNY TONIC™ is sweetened by nature, from the Guarani peoples sweet herb, the rebaudiana plant.

  • ELDERFLOWER
  • QUININE
  • BITTER ORANGE
  • LEMON
  • PINK GRAPEFRUIT
  • YUZU

GRAPEFRUIT

The grapefruit is a large citrus fruit related to the orange, lemon and pomelo. Grapefruits are categorized as white (blond), pink or ruby. However, this terminology doesn't reflect their skin color, which is either yellow or pinkish-yellow, but rather describes the color of their flesh. Grapefruits usually range in diameter from four to six inches, with some varieties featuring seeds while others are seedless. The wonderful flavor of a grapefruit is like paradise, just as its Latin name Citrus paradisi connotes. It is juicy, tart and tangy with an underlying sweetness that weaves throughout. Grapefruits have a rather recent history, having been discovered in Barbados in the 18th century. Many botanists think the grapefruit was actually the result of a natural cross breeding which occurred between the orange and the pomelo, a citrus fruit that was brought from Indonesia to Barbados in the 17th century. The resulting fruit was given the name "grapefruit" in 1814 in Jamaica, a name which reflects the way it's arranged when it grows—hanging in clusters just like grapes. Grapefruit trees were planted in Florida in the early 19th century, although they did not become a viable commercial crop until later that century. Florida is still a major producer of grapefruits, as is California, Arizona and Texas. Other countries that produce grapefruits commercially include Israel, South Africa and Brazil.

YUZU

This relatively new citrus in the UK originated in Central China and Tibet but is more commonly associated with Japanese cuisine. Intensely aromatic, its major antecedent among several arcane citruses is the mandarin, which thus gives a sweet-sharp flavour that is both orangey and lemony but also includes a fresh hint of green that all combine to make something lively and individual; some detect the presence of grapefruit flavour too. Yuzu is rarely eaten as a fruit but the scented juice and zest can be used in both savoury and sweet dishes, adding instant difference to a repertoire for almost no effort - hence its sudden explosion onto menus and in commercial products, and its growing presence in the domestic kitchen.

QUININE

Quinine was originally medicinal and used for treatment of malaria. It originates from the bark of the Cinchona tree, which is native to South America. The Quechua would mix the ground bark of cinchona trees with sweetened water to offset the bark's bitter taste, thus producingtonic water. This traditional tonic ingredient, now in a mixer with no sugar, means the best just got better.

ZERO CALORIES, ZERO SUGAR, NOTHING ARTIFICIAL