Tonic, Volume 5
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Tonic is our biannual print magazine which focuses on the history, customs and sheer pleasure of alcohol.
Like all good cocktails, the trick is in the mix. Each globetrotting issue brings you a blend of thoughtful long-form journalism, plus shorter works and captivating visual stories decanted into a beautifully crafted magazine.
The base ingredients are worthy too. Our constellation of writers are alcohol experts for publications including The Times, The Atlantic, Vanity Fair and The Guardian.
In short, Tonic will illuminate a different side to your favourite drinks and inspire you to visit the destinations you read about, some of which may be on your doorstep.
In this issue:
Photographer Matt Kelly is the one responsible for Tonic’s cover image. Matt has a photo feature inside as well which showcases the unsung hero of our favourite drinks – ice.
Anthony Gladman chases down British botanicals deep in the wilds of Northumberland. Phil Mellows and Tim Bird go hunting brews in unexpected places. Phil is in the urban jungle, and Tim has a proper Arctic pint. Kate Wickers basks in the Spanish summer sun while waxing lyrical about Sangria. Nori Jemil tiptoes through the Dutch Tulips while sampling a new way to use them. Jacopo Mazzeo gets into the complex history of rum. Isabel Conway is in the Swiss valleys to try absinthe. Tristan Rutherford tries a bottle or two of Croatian wine. Ian Packham goes to Saint Helena for the last orders of the Jamestown Mule and Jeremy Flint takes us to remote Romania to discover Palincă.
Finally, Susan Schwartz goes back in time to test 19th-century hangover cures and shows us Brits what Tea Time looks like in Charleston, South Carolina
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