Cornish soft drinks company Jolly’s has launched its new Cornish Tonic Water.
Despite initial delays due to lockdown, MD Cheryl Ingram is excited to now see the canned tonic water hit the shelves.
She said “With such a resurgence of the Cornish Gin scene we felt it only right that our first drink to launch from our new canned range of soft drinks should be our Cornish Tonic Water. We are thrilled with our new brand look, stylish environmentally-friendly packaging and our 200ml can is the perfect size for a gin and tonic.”
The first stocks of the Cornish Tonic Water were delivered by Roger Jolly, (great, great-great-grandson of original mix master John Jolly), with his classic Old Wells Fargo delivery lorry to Cornish distributor WestCountry in Falmouth.
Emma Johnson from WestCountry commented: “We are very excited to be the first distributor for this new product under our Fine Food brand Plough to Plate. It’s great to see this iconic brand being brought back to life.”
Jolly’s new Cornish Tonic Water is made with fresh Cornish water from a spring that was discovered 40 metres below Jolly’s new factory in Saltash and is blended with natural quinine and botanicals with notes of citrus.