Water "Coca-Cola" Zero, Glass, 250 ml
Tonic transparent color.
Refreshing taste tonic filled with bitter-sour notes of quinine.
Flavor of the drink - fresh, bitter.
The drink is most often used in the composition of a variety of cocktails.
"Schweppes" Tonic Water or Indian tonic - carbonated drink with a distinctive taste, obtained thanks to the content in the recipe quinine tonic. The beverage contains caffeine and fats. "Schweppes" Vote Tonic is most often used to dilute alcoholic beverages, for example - gin or coffee liqueur, or cocktails, the most popular of which are "Vodka Sonic" and "Sunrise Special".
Schweppes company in 1783 founded a watchmaker, an amateur scientist of Swiss origin Johann Jacob Schweppe. Taking the carbonization process water, discovered in 1770 by Joseph Priestley, Schweppe refined and patented his own way to create a mineral water. In 1792 Schweppe moved to London, where he received the opportunity to develop their business. Schweppe not only opened a factory, but also became the supplier of the court of Her Majesty. Until 1834 the company was called Schweppe Ltd, after which it was renamed the Schweppes Ltd. At present, the current owner of the trademark "Schweppes" in Russia and in 30 countries around the world is the Coca-Cola Company.