Smith & Williams

Dedicated to the British gents who gifted the world with tonic.
Hats off to you, sirs! Cheers!

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Tonic Water

Toonik carbonated soft drink.

Ingredients: water, sugar, carbon dioxide, acidity regulator – citric acid, natural flavourings,
preservative – sodium benzoate.
Nutrition facts (100ml): Energy 157kj/36 kcal; fats
0g, of which saturated fatty acids 0g; carbohydrates 9g, of which sugars 9g;
protein 0g; salt 0g.

Volume: 150cl, Packaging: PET
Country of origin: Estonia
Manufacturer: AS Värska Vesi

Enrich your life with the taste of perfection

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Grapefruit Juniper

Grapefruit and juniper-flavoured carbonated soft drink.

Ingredients: water, sugar, carbon dioxide, acidity regulator – citric acid, flavourings, preservative – sodium benzoate.
Nutrition facts (100ml): Energy 158kj/36kcal; fats
0g, of which saturated fatty acids 0g; carbohydrates 9g, of which sugars 9g;
protein 0g; salt 0g.

Volume: 150cl, Packaging: PET
Country of origin: Estonia
Manufacturer: AS Värska Vesi

Quench your thirst for the otherworldly

Tonic Water

Toonik carbonated soft drink.

Ingredients: water, sugar, carbon dioxide, acidity regulator – citric acid, natural flavourings,
preservative – sodium benzoate.
Nutrition facts (100ml): Energy 157kj/36 kcal; fats
0g, of which saturated fatty acids 0g; carbohydrates 9g, of which sugars 9g;
protein 0g; salt 0g.

Volume: 150cl, Packaging: PET
Country of origin: Estonia
Manufacturer: AS Värska Vesi

Enrich your life with the taste of perfection

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Recipes

S&W G&T

Fill a glass with ice and then add the gin and rhubarb. Top it up with tonic until the glass is all but full. Mix thoroughly and serve with a smile.

S&W Skinny

Fill a glass with ice, add the vodka and squeeze a sector of lime over the drink so that the juice mixes with the alcohol. Top it up with tonic until the glass is all but full and garnish (if desired) with slices of lime. Mix thoroughly and serve with a smile.

S&W Mango

Fill a glass with ice and then add the tonic, juice and orange. Mix thoroughly and serve with a smile.

How tonic came to be

India. The mid-19th century. The country is mired in malaria. For the British colonial soldiers stationed there, the morning starts bitterly: they must down their daily dose of quinine to keep the disease at bay. Two young servicemen, sharp as tacks, discover a way of turning this torturous routine into a pleasurable ritual: they dilute the drug in a mixture of water, lime and sugar, producing a tasty and refreshing soft drink. History fails to recall who exactly these inventive Brits were, but in naming them Smith & Williams we can’t go far wrong. Many thanks, gentlemen, for gifting tonic to the world!