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By blending the highest quality Sicilian lemon oils with our signature quinine from the Congo, we've restored the taste and quality of this fantastic mixer.Ingredients: Carbonated Spring Water, Cane Sugar, Lemon Fruit from Concentrate, Citric Acid, Natural Lemon Flavourings, Quinine. Clark has always had an innate ability to make me the “right” drink.And it’s perfect for pairing with lemon and ginger, which is exactly what we’re doing for these drinks.Not a significant source of calories from fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, dietary fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and iron.*Percent Daily Values are based on 2,000-calorie diet.Nutrition Facts: (Typical Values per 100ml): Energy:148KJ, 35Kcal; Protein: 0g; Total Carb: 8.7g of which sugars: 7.6g; Fat 0g; Fibre: 0g; Salt: 0g The soft, subtle and supportive lemon notes are balanced by the bitterness of natural quinine to give a refreshingly crisp flavour.

One of the most sophisticated mixers invented, this delicious drink has been ignored by the major drinks companies for years and many now have no idea what it is or how to drink it.

Sweetener: Cane Sugar Availability: As Lemon Tonic in Europe, as Bitter Lemon stateside Rating: For a bitter lemon, it accomplishes the goals set out.

Heavy with the citrus, with plenty of tart, literal lemon juice notes, it feels less balanced than other bitter lemons, partially because of its desire to be more natural, it comes across more as a tonic water with shelf stable lemon juice, rather than fresh.

Surely, with lemon notes, it’s less real lemon and more a facsimile of lemon like lemon soda.

Certainly that is not its origin, but that’s where it generally is.