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Jack’s Tonique is Ot­tawa’s own tonic com­pany, sweet­ened only with pure Que­bec honey, and us­ing fresh in­gre­di­ents like ginger. Jack’s is sold at lo­cal stores like La Bot­tega, The Red Apron, and Seed to Sausage, and served with cock­tails in restau­rants such as two six{ate} and Fauna. Go be­yond the clas­sic G&T with cre­ative com­bos like White Port and Tonic, and Jack’s Maraschino. For sale lo­ca­tions and recipe ideas, visit jack­ What sep­a­rates Split Tree Cock­tail Co. from other cock­tail mixes is the fresh in­gre­di­ents. No ar­ti­fi­cial flavours, sweet­en­ers, colours or preser­va­tives. They don't buy le­mon juice, they squeeze fresh lemons; they don't buy ex­tracts or con­cen­trates, they use whole rhubarb and fresh lemon­grass. Each bot­tle makes 8-16 drinks. Chief al­chemist Steve Mor­rier’s drink­able trea­sures in­clude Tonic No. 3 and a Sour Mix syrup that “goes with any­thing.” For a list of re­tail lo­ca­tions where Split Tree is sold visit split­ To see them in ac­tion be­hind a bar, visit LIFT Resto Lounge or Aper­i­tivo (p. 30).

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