Gents Tonic Water Triple Pack

Gents Swiss Roots Tonic Water is a premium tonic water. If you invest into a premium Gin, you should as well invest into a premium tonic water.

This Set contains:

3 x Gents Tonic Water   +€0.00


Incl. Tax
excl. Shipping Cost
equals €11.50 per 1 Liter
Delivery Time: 2-3 days to USA

Availability: In stock


If you invest into a premium Gin, you should as well invest into a premium tonic water: Gents Swiss Roots Tonic Water is a high quality and unique tonic water. Besides the typical component chinin, Gents uses extracts from the gentian root (lat. gentiana lutea). This ingredient creates an additional pleasant bitterness. The taste is coupled with the fresh aroma of Sicilian lemons and the sweetness of natural beet sugar. Overall this results in a beverage that is more subtle than the commonly available tonic waters: Full-bodied, and better balanced, pleasantly dense to the palate and stronger carbonised, to stay fresh and sparkling. (Gents is also a great mixer for an Absinthe Tonic. In this case you should use less Absinthe in comparison to a Gin Tonic.)

Nutritional Values Tonic Water (per 100ml):  
Energy: 150kJ (36kcal)
Fat: <0,5g
- of which saturated fatty: 0,0g
Carbohydrates: 9,3g
- of which sugar: 9,0g
Protein: <0,5g
Salt: 0,0g


Interesting info about Gents Tonic:

The ship shown in the logo is the “Albatros” from Jules Vernes book “Robur the Conqueror". The book was published in 1886. The Albatros can be considered as an early concept of a helicopter. It has many vertical airscrews to provide lift, and two horizontal airscrews in a push-pull configuration to drive the vessel forward.

Mandatory Information

Country of Origin: Switzerland
Alcohol: No
Content (l): 0.6
Contains Colorings: No
Sales Denomination: Soft drink with Chinin
Food Business Operator: Lion Spirits, Markus Lion e.K., Münstertälerstrasse 12, 79427 Eschbach
Tasting Notes: Citrusy fresh, only little bitterness


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