If you’re dreaming of your next holiday, then perhaps you’d settle for this very special Mediterranean style tonic water instead.
Mallorcan Tonic Water is the latest release from mixer brand Franklin & Sons, who have drawn inspiration from the Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca to create a delicious tonic experience.
This new variant combines zesty lemon, lime and grapefruit with aromatic rosemary and thyme to add a Mediterranean twist to your G&T.
Introducing Franklin & Sons Mallorcan Tonic Water! Taking inspiration from Mallorca – zesty lemon, lime and grapefruit are combined with aromatic rosemary and thyme, to create a taste of the Mediterranean 🍸 pic.twitter.com/rOldjOFluE
— Franklin & Sons (@FranklinandSons) June 3, 2019
The ingredients are blended with spring water, a touch of British sugar beet and quinine-rich natural cinchona bark extract and are available in a 200ml bottle serve.
It’s said to work in harmony with citrus-forward gins or sweeter flavoured gins, bringing a new depth of flavour to your G&T and most definitely making you feel like you’ve bought a one-way ticket to Spain.
Global Brands’ chairman Steve Perez said: “We developed the new Mallorcan Tonic Water to give consumers a real taste of the Mediterranean summer.
“Franklin & Sons remains at the forefront of flavour discovery, taking inspiration from the original Franklin brothers, who travelled the world to source the finest natural ingredients and introduce new, innovative flavours to consumers.
“This ethos continues today and emulates an expedition to the Golden Valley, also known as the Valley of the Orange Trees on the West coast of Mallorca, to source a blend of unique citrus flavours.
“In today’s recipe, we have taken this concept and blended hints of these unique citrus notes with rosemary and thyme to create a perfectly balanced Mediterranean-style tonic water.”
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