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The Naturally Light Tonic Water is the world's first all natural, lower calorie tonic water. With 58% fewer calories, there is no need to compromise on taste as this delicious, crisp tonic water combines fruit sugars and natural quinine with citrus, aromatic botanicals and soft spring water.
COLOUR Pure and crystal clear.
AROMA Subtle and supportive citrus and fruit notes.
FLAVOUR Very soft, subtle citrus and fruit notes balanced by the bitterness of natural quinine. Slightly less sweet than Fever-Tree Indian Tonic Water, the finish is clean with none of the usual cloying aftertastes experienced when drinking artificially sweetened slimline tonics.
TEXTURE High carbonation delivers the aromas and taste in a classic refreshing style.
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