I received a gift pack of Sin-Ko-Nah Tonic Syrup and Ko-fe Tonic Syrup from the markets. Here’s my review.
Sin-Ko-Nah Tonic Syrup Review
Sin-Ko-Nah Tonic Syrup is infused with cinchona, citrus and juniper. It’s made from an 1820s recipe. Cinchona bark is a natural source of quinine, which was used to prevent malaria.
The bottle covers the instructions on making a drink. Pour 20ml (tablespoon) of the syrup into a short glass and top with sparkling water. You can add ice and a wedge of lime.
It’s perfect for making a traditional gin and tonic, one of the world’s most popular mixed long drinks. Tonic water also pairs well with tequila, rum, Campari and Aperol.
Ko-fe Tonic Syrup Review
The Ko-fe Tonic Syrup is infused with Padre Coffee and cinchona bark. The coffee makes it ideal to drink in the morning for a pick me up or to add to coffee flavoured cocktails. Gin is optional.
You’ll be able to taste citrus flavours from lemon, lime, orange juice and zest. I prefer to drink this tonic syrup with sparking water.
A 200 ml bottle makes about 2 and half litres of coffee tonic.
Both bottles contain no artificial additives or preservatives.
Order online at https://tonicsyrup.com
They are made in Australia by Bowled Over Beverages.
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