Add all the ingredients into a glass over ice.
2 oz Becherovka (6 cl)
4 oz tonic (12 cl)
Garnish with lemon wedge
Serve in a highball glass (9.0 oz)


This long drink is known since 1967, when it was presented at the Expo '67 World Fair in Montréal and was served as a refreshment in the Czech Pavilion. It's name means "concrete" in Czech, and is a joining of the beginning few letters of BEcherovka and TONic.

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