Ran into this at a trade tasting, and fell in love with it immediately. Kina Tonic.
All the bells and whistles that appeal to me:
First, it tastes damn good. With Tito's Vodka, makes the best damn vodka and tonic I've ever had (sez the guy who overall doesn't pay that much attention to vodka.) Killer gin and tonic and rum and tonic also, as I found out.
It's small batch, made by a distiller, and harkens back to the original tonic water/tonic syrup concentrate in days of yore, before carbonation and the eventual emasculation of tonic resulting in today's Schweppes/Canada Dry pallid substitutes for the real thing. Brad uses both Peruvian and Indian cinchona bark, chunks rather than powders, then marinates with other botanicals (cinnamon, orange oil, cane sugar, etc.) to get great flavor components, and bottles one batch at a time.
Here's the article I wrote about it on: http://www.examiner.com/article/recreating-a-classic-for-the-bar-kina-tonic
It's available at retail, but just a few places right now. But it's also available on Amazon and other places via the internet, so it should be easily attainable.