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Sapphire and tonic is my favorite cocktail! Twist of lime helps out quite a bit too! Is there any tonic water that is better than the rest? As far as I have ever tasted all tonics appear to be created near equal.
Though I can no longer stand G&T's, Schweppes makes the best tonic water. IMO

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Sapphire and tonic is my favorite cocktail! Twist of lime helps out quite a bit too! Is there any tonic water that is better than the rest? As far as I have ever tasted all tonics appear to be created near equal.

I find schweppes and canada dry are the best, store brands suck ass. And lime is a must!

WHen I lived in spain, the spaniards had no idea what a lime was! I told them it was like a green lemon and they laughed... I lauged back at them even harder.

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I found out that Quinine(in tonic water) was used to help malaria ailments.
I know there are some old fogies around here, , as well as world travelers/citizens and I am curious if anyone has tried a classic G&T made the old way they would have enjoyed them in India.

I drink lots of Vodka & Tonics with a slice of lime to keep the mosquitos away as they also carry Dengue fever here in Bangkok.



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Any gin with a little tonic water over ice and a wedge of lime. Great post-lawnmowing beverage.
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Any gin with a little tonic water over ice and a wedge of lime. Great post-lawnmowing beverage.
You really need to get a cupholder on that.

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You really need to get a cupholder on that.
Hmmm. I was going to answer that I'd need to buy a riding mower, but then I thought, "Why?" I'm thinking a cupholder on the handlebar. A sealed, pressurized container of the aqua vitae and a long flexible straw with a petcock.
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