Ein trockenes Tonic Water passt zu Gin wie Wermut und anderen Aperitifs. John William Polidori gilt als Wegbereiter des Getränks. Der Leibarzt des britischen Dichters Lord Byron experimentierte mit diversen Essenzen. So auch mit einem „Tonikum“. Das seinen Namen tragende Tonic ist unser aktueller Liebling.
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