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You might just turn this whiskey drinker into a lover of gin and tonics. Yours is hands-down the best. Congrats on the new adventure.
Tonic isn't for gin only.. Try a Vodka tonic.. go nuts, Tequila tonic..
I think this is wonderful! I will definitely spread the word and tell everyone about my wonderfully talented nephew!Congrats and love to you,Aunt Chris
im awating my first bottle in the mail, cant wait to try it! way to go john!!
From all of your fans in the UK I'd like to thank you for being part of tonic tasting, keep up the good work!
Love this in the Tuck Shop, and so excited to see this as something I can bring home! Congrats, John!
just read about your elixir in the WSJ. cant wait to try it.
Just ordered some of your tonic and am excited to try it out! I have abandoned the G&T in favor of the gin rickey (gin and soda) because the usual tonic waters are so lame. It would be great to have the quinine flavor again, though.
First off, many thanks for the fast shipping.
And now to the good stuff. This tonic water makes the best mixed drink I've had in a long time. It's astonishing what I've been putting up with when it comes to store-bought tonic water. This product has ruined me for other tonics.
Found this site and product from an article in "Saveur." High praise! Once anyone tries a gin & tonic using ANYTHING but the pedestrian, mass-produced, HFCS versions, they are converts to just how refreshing and delicious an adult beverage can be. Really looking forward to trying out John's Tonic. (Now if the limes on the tree would ripen a little more quickly ...) -- Thank you
Just saw the article about you and your tonic in Saveur magazine. Ordered it immediately! Am so looking forward to getting your tonic, as we love tonic with Campari, but hate the commercial stuff which has been all we could find. Can't wait!
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You might have to start putting it in bigger containers.. 4oz at a shot doesn't seem to last very long in this house..
First time on this date to visit your site! And that, after fixing a couple of G & T's for me and 'esposa'_ ; ) _ with John's Premium Tonic Syrup!!! Well done John!
This product was gifted to me this past week (Thanks C.R.!), and I wanted to try it out asap. All to do now is to keep trying it with all the combination availabilities, starting with the Gins of course!
Keep up the good work John! Are you going to try some other products for the home mixologists? Say, oh I don't know. a recipe for 'John's Own Bitters'?!
I am much delayed in this response. I have tried your Tonic Water well over a year ago, and it is simply GREAT!!!
To my surprise, I have not filled you in on this. My apologies. Your Tonic Water is the best, continues to be the best, and is surprisingly just about the cheapest.
Keep those fluids coming. This man, and my wife, make up one of your most devout fan clubs.
Thomas Ryan Nelson
I used to use tonic syrup from C&B's Bottling to make amazing whiskey fizzes. They've since shut down. I've tried a bunch of other tonic syrups and they've all let me down. I finally looked into C&B's ingredients and found you while looking for a tonic syrup with almost the same ingredients (organic agave nectar). I just placed an order and am looking forward to trying it out!