Source Gin and Free Tonic
Gin and FREE Tonic is as British as Fish and Chips, Queen Elizabeth and wet blanket tree-huggers who see some old sack of skin and bones as their hero – yes Corbyn, we mean you. But. unlike the middle-aged librarians that wave their knickers in the air when that old antisemitic grunts out some words – GIN AND FREE TONIC IS COOL.
Schweppes Tonic Water began in 1783 as the world’s original soft drink. Its founder, Jacob Schweppe, was drawn to the new art of carbonating beverages, so he refined and patented his own process of creating mineral water. For over 230 years, Schweppes has been committed to quality and excellence. Do yourself a favor and enjoy the crisp, refreshing bubbles while relaxing at home—it’s a ritual to look forward to.
The Source Gin is one of the very few gins available that truly is artisanal, and hand crafted. Made from the same Cardrona Distillery base alcohol as The Reid Single Malt Vodka, that is then redistilled through a real basket of botanicals in their German made, copper pot stills.
Gold Medal Winner at the New York Wine & Spirits Awards 2016.
- 70ml of Source Gin
- “About” half a bottle of Schweppes Tonic Water
As always, the record is on a repeat loop – it’s absolutely pointless buying a gin of this quality if your tonic water is crap.
Straight from the Mayor
There are many pretenders to the title of “The World’s Best Gin”. Most of them are simply blagging their way through awards, with nepotism, back slapping and paying the appropriate fees to ensure that they get an award of some description.
If you want to get your paws on THE best gin in the world, this is it right here. Australia might hold it’s place in the top five, but New Zealand is undoubtedly Number 1.