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Oak Flavored Tonic Water?? Uses?

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I recently bought a San Pellegrino variety pack at Costco which had Ginger Beer, Orange flavored Tonic Water, and Oakwood flavored tonic water.  I have obviously figured out a use for the Ginger Beer (Moscow Mules).  I used the Orange Tonic water in a personal variation of an Aperol Spritz (2 Oz Aperol, 2 Oz Cranberry, 4 Oz Orange Tonic Water).  

I am scratching my head at what I would use Oak Flavored Tonic water with.  If someone can give me a few ideas to go off of, I would really appreciate it.  The S. Pellegrino website isn't much help at all.  The link is below.  Thanks in advance for any help.


Oakwood Tonic Water | Sanpellegrino® Italian Sparkling Drinks (sanpellegrinofruitbeverages.com)

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it sounds like bbq'ed water that leaves a wood flavor 


or like the scotch of water


maybe it would go well with wood smoked bbq meats? or a scotch based cocktail? 


the experience might be new and interesting to the diner

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