Schweppes Indian Tonic


Title: Schweppes Indian Tonic

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Schweppes Indian Tonic Water for stylish enjoyment. A true cosmopolitan. Internationally appreciated for its charismatic appearance and superior taste.

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Just Indian Tonic Water! But why "Indian"? Introduced in 1870, Indian Tonic Water caught on particularly quickly with the British in India, as the quinine it contains has a preventive effect against malaria. Today, the classic acts above all, refreshing. Different. Pure or as a long drink, like gin or vodka tonic.

Origin: Kreuztal, Germany
3 different Tonics
Price Range: €€
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Schweppes Tonic Water

SCHWEPPES TONIC WATER began in 1783 as the world's original soft drink. Its founder, Jacob Schweppe, was drawn to the new art of carbonating beverages, so he refined and patented his own process of creating mineral water.

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 was the official drink of the 1851 GREAT EXHIBITION held at the Crystal Palace in London. The event made such an impact that the fountain is still featured on the logo today.

n the 1950s Schweppshire advertising campaign, spokesman Commander Edward Whitehead coined "Schweppervescence" to describe the bright, effervescent quality of Schweppes.



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