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Scotland's First Tonic Water

Summerhouse Drinks has launched Scotland's first hand-crafted artisanal tonic water. Made in small batches on a family farm in the historic parish of Pitsligo on the Moray Firth coast, it combines quinine from cinchona bark with citric acid and a combination of botanicals, many of them grown in the garden of the Manse. It is named Walter Gregor after the plant-loving Victorian Minister who served the parish. The clean, crisp tonic is available in 200ml bottles for £1.50 each. 


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