East Imperial Yuzu Tonic 150ml 4pk


At East Imperial, tradition and quality are particularly important. All of their products are made using only the purest ingredients sustainably sourced from Asia and East Africa, home of the original tonic water.

The hand picked cinchona that East Imperial uses originated from the very same Java, Indonesia plantation that was used to supply one of the founder’s great grandfathers at his Kenya plantation in 1903. Of course the lineage alone is impressive, but did you know it takes seven years for East Imperial's cinchona trees to grow, and the scraping, air drying, smoking and processing takes a further seventeen days? That’s what it takes to put the finest tonic water in your tumbler.

This is not a soft drink, but a tonic water. East Imperial uses all natural ingredients with no artificial flavours, sweeteners or preservatives. This practice provides the best tasting product with the added benefit of being good for you.

Yuzu, found during the cooler months in Northern Asia, particularly Japan, is an aromatic sweet citrus fruit with distinct zesty flavour, often described as a hybrid between a mandarin and a Meyer lemon.

Introduced to South East Asia at the turn of the last century, it brought a unique and exceptional citrus brightness and was soon embraced by the more discerning cocktail drinker.

Based on East Imperial's 1903 recipe, Yuzu Tonic is the perfect way to bring a touch of the exotic to any mixed drink. We recommend pairing Yuzu Tonic with traditional London dry gins and citrus-forward spirits.

No Artificial flavours, sweeteners, or preservatives.

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