Add A Splash Of “Millennial Pink” To Your Next Gin And Tonic Drink


Tonic water has always been the underdog to gin, but in recent years its been given a flavour make-over. The drink has become more diverse across the globe, with the addition of lemongrass, pomegranate and even chocolate flavoured tonic.

The trend for tinkering with a much-loved drink by introducing ‘artisan’ flavours began when small distilleries started to make new brands of gin, like Hope on Hopkins Mediterranean Gin and Triple Three Citrus Infused Gin — challenging giants such as Gordon’s.

In South Africa, the Fitch & Leedes brand is a market leader. The company’s portfolio boosts a variety of bespoke flavoured mixers and tonics, with the latest being a new Rose and Cucumber Pink Tonic. This new generation tonic is made with quadruple filtered water, purely to accompany gin without masking the flavour.

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With “millennial pink” being all the rage these days, the Fitch & Leedes Pink Tonic is poised to be the perfect accompaniment to high-end gins. Non-alcoholic fans searching for a drink that’s not too sweet, will find that this tonic makes for an elegant drink on its own, with complex flavours that coats the glass.

Fitch & Leedes can be found at leading purveyors of fine beverages, boutique wine bramptonwines Add A Splash Of Millennial Pink To Your Next Gin And Tonic Drink
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shops, selected deli’s, fine dining establishments and cocktail bars at around R40 for a 6-pack of 200ml cans or R36 per 4-pack of 200ml glass bottles.