The fever trees that grow wild on the shores of Lake Naivasha, Kenya are from the Fabaceae family (Acacia Xanthophloe). The Naivasha fever tree has never been used in the production of Tonic Water before. The infused bark produces a pink liquid and combined with Hibiscus flowers (they grow side by side on the Lake shore) produces a bright, fruity and refreshing African Tonic Water. The Naivasha Tonic Company supports the Naivasha Children’s Shelter, a charity that assists homeless children in the local community.
Naivasha African Tonic Water is distributed in the UK by the Bath Gin Company.