After a few attempts at making tonic water at home, I like this version the best.
It's not too sweet and uses fresh stevia leaves which could be changed out with stevia liquid or dried leaves, it has plenty of citrus flavour and enough cinchona fllavour (the plant responsible for that recognisable quinine taste).
You can easily swap around the herbs and spices for those that you prefer.
As this is a concentrated recipe, you can dilute it to your taste liking with sparkling water or still water if you prefer.
This recipe makes about 700 millilitres (a little over a pint) and will keep in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
These delicious Chocolate Ashwaganda Energy Balls are filled with warming Chai spices, dark chocolate chips and yummy nut butter which make for a tasty energy snack or after dinner treat.
Pair with any of your favourite herbal teas or they are especially delicous with a hot cup of chai tea.