Schweppes is the world’s original soft drink that offers a range of delicately balanced creations with ingredients selected with care, created to mix with or to quench your thirst. Schweppes was founded in 1783 by a German-born Swiss jeweller and amateur scientist named Jacob Schweppes, who discovered and patented his own process of producing carbonated water on a commercial scale. Schweppes comes in a range of flavours such as Soda Water, Dry Ginger Ale, Bitter Lemon, and Tonic Water that can be enjoyed on their own, or combined with other beverages.
Schweppes Tonic Water began in 1783 as the world’s original soft drink. Customers referred to Schweppes as lightning in a bottle because it was the first bottle of its kind to retain carbonation. Schweppes received a Warrant of Appointment in 1836 from King William IV of England, which significantly contributed to the popularity of the growing brand.
Schweppes Tonic Water is part of the Schweppes range. It’s a sophisticated fruit-flavoured light malt beverage, smooth enough for the adult palate, yet packed with a lot of character and topped with the richness of the malt.
Schweppes Tonic Water has a very quiet nose with faint hints of citrus and cucumber. The palate is slightly sweet with undertones of syrup, quinine, and citrus. It provides crisp and refreshing bubbles.
This sparkling beverage can be enjoyed on its own or combined with alcohol or fruit juice.