Tonic wines were initially introduced for medicinal uses, thereby earning the name tonic wine. Herbs used in tonic wines are generally aromatic and made from rosemary, lavender, hyssop, sage, lemon balm, rose geranium, mint, thyme, and various spices generally used in cooking, such as ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon, and mace. Tonic wine is used to cure fever, mainly typhoid and pneumonia, by lowering the body temperature. Tonic wine is easily assimilated because it is used for people who have low absorption capacity from food or who have a lack of appetite for food. In China, tonic wines are used to calm the mind, rejuvenate the nervous system, rejuvenate wisdom, promote energy and well-being, and maintain liver function. There are various other benefits of tonic wines, such as reducing fat, lowering the risk of cancer, controlling blood pressure, preventing gallstones and kidney stones, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, hepatitis A, tooth decay, stress, and depression.
Some of the major product types of tonic wines are wine carnis, Buckfast, magnum, and saratoga. Wincarnis and Buckfast are the two oldest and most internationally popular brands of tonic wines. Magnum tonic wine is an alcoholic beverage composed of 100% natural ingredients that originated in Jamaica. It had become a class of traditional medication on the island as it is a fermented drink composed of vitamins, herbs, minerals, and alcohol. It contains 17.5% alcohol, which is significantly more than American beer. Sanatogen tonic wine is a concentrated solution that easily gets digested and absorbed in the body and is also effective for strengthening the daily diet of weak and recovering patients, as well as kids, even in situations of exhaustion from overwork or weakness due to illness.
The tonic wine is popular in the United States of America, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, and the West Indies. Wincarnis Ginger Wine, a new range of tonic wine from Ian Macleod Distillers, contains a distinct blend of herbs and spices and promotes fitness in the same way that Wincarnis Original Tonic Wine does. In ASEAN countries such as Singapore and Malaysia, the wine is used as a tonic owing to the beneficiary components of wine, which are endorsed by the healing herbs and spices used to prepare tonic wine. Consequently, the product is marketed as a natural tonic with integrated traditional herbs.
The global tonic wine market is segmented on the following basis:
Global Tonic Wine Market by Product Type
Buckfast tonic wine
- Tonic Wine Magnum
- Mandingo Tonic Wine
- Sanatogen Tonic Wine
Global Tonic Wine Market by End User
- Personal Care
Global Tonic Wine Market, by Geography
- North America
- Rest of Europe
- Rest of APAC
- rest of Latin America
Middle East and Africa
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- Rest of the Middle East and Africa
Key players identified for the tonic wine market include:
Ahmadi Answers, Bristol, Buckfast Abbey, Campari Group, Dee Bee Wholesale, Macleod Distillers, Herb Affair, Jingjiu, Leonard J. Russell Snr., Portman Group, Reggae Treats, Sainsbury Scotland, Ian Macleod Distillers, Wuliangye, and Zhangyu are among the notable players.
This report offers the following:
- An overview of the global markets for tonic wine
- Market trends assessment for the period 2015-2025, including historical data for 2015 and 2016, as well as projections through 2025, with respective CAGRs from 2017 to 2025.
- Qualitative assessment tools such as market drivers, challenges, future prospects, and market attractiveness
- Focus on each level of market segmentation based on product approvals, launches, and current and anticipated market dynamics.
- A general overview of the industry structure
- Company profiles highlight key information about the major players operating in the tonic wine market.