Who Should Buy It If you prefer your tonic water to be not overwhelmingly sweet or bitter, then give this one a try.
All in all, it's a straightforward, high-end, and readily available option.
It doesn't have the sugar bomb reps that margaritas and daiquiris carry, and its name implies that it's essentially H20—and we all know.
Quinine's original use was medicinal, to treat malaria, until "in 1825, British officers in the Indian Army decided to improve its bitter taste by mixing it with soda water, sugar and gin," says Silbert.
The quinine in tonic water contributes to its bitter flavor.
The carbohydrate content of it is 32 grams.
In that case, consider mixing aromatic bitters with soda water to replicate the bitter taste without the quinine.
Tonic Water Can Also Act As An Antipyretic Like the fabled story, it was seen that tonic water with rich quinine content has reduced fever in people.