Canada Dry

Canada Dry Diet Tonic Water

4.82 / 5
4.82 / 5 star rating
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28 reviews


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4 / 5
We make gin and tonics fairly often in this house. We always use a diet tonic as it seems to be more crisp and refreshing without the needed sweetness. I must admit, Canada Dry is our backup in case our primary tonic (Schweppes) is out of stock. These are the only two tonics we'll drink. Once you get into the generics they just make for a poor cocktail. Canada Dry is my go-to for ginger ale, but it gets a 4 out of 5 from me as far as tonic goes. It's good, but not the best.
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4 / 5
Es.muy buena para preparar tragos y para tomar por sí sola, me gusta tomarla en ocasiones sola
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5 / 5
First I need to start off by saying that this is not the diet tonic water that I use I use a generic diet tonic water that I get from my local grocery store. I’ve recently started to get really bad cramps in the middle of the night. Painful?? Yes!! It was suggested to me to take a couple of sips of tonic water before I went to bed in the evening. I haven’t had an issue since However please note that the tonic water I use has potassium in it. That makes all the difference in the world. I highly recommend for anyone that has the same issue