1642 is thrilled to announce that its exceptional line of products, including Tonic, Yuzu soda, Elderflower tonic, Light tonic, and Ginger beer, can now be found at select Loblaws locations across the country. This offers Canadians even greater accessibility to 1642’s premium mixers. Customers can choose convenient handy packs of four 250ml bottles, allowing them to easily mix up their favourite cocktails at home.
For more than eight years, 1642 has been devoted to crafting authentic Canadian tonics and mixers that embody the rich and diverse flavours of the nation. The company’s mission is to make quality products accessible to all, regardless of their level of expertise in mixology. 1642 is driven by a passion for delivering exceptional cocktails that can be easily enjoyed in the comfort of one’s own home or at their favorite bar or restaurant.
Each unique and refreshing flavour in the 1642 lineup has been carefully crafted to provide a delightful experience, balancing delicate and savoury notes. The company’s commitment to quality is evident in every sip, transporting the drinker to a sensory world of exquisite taste.
Crafting a flavourful, delicious, and exquisite cocktail demands the perfect ingredients, and 1642 understands that nothing can truly replace the expertise of a professional mixologist. However, by providing Canadians with the finest components, every at-home and professional mixologist can confidently entice their guests’ taste buds and create memorable experiences in their own kitchens, living rooms or establishment.
Each 1642 mixer is made with natural ingredients – natural sugars, spring water, and natural flavours – ensuring a genuine Canadian taste. The company’s dedication to local ingredients and sustainability is a testament to its deep-rooted Canadian identity. From design to production to distribution, 1642 prides itself on being the first Tonics made in Canada by a Canadian company.
An interactive map to help consumers locate stores with 1642 Tonics and Mixers can be on their website.
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