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Fever-Tree's the Tonic for Me

Advantages: Smoother than the usual fizzy
Disadvantages: Relatively expensive

I am a dedicated gin and tonic drinker so I had to try this, particularly as I have come to like the taste of tonic water for its own sake. If you don't like it, this brand is unlikely to change your mind. INGREDIENTS Spring water, natural quinine, ...

nubbler 05.04.2006 · Read full review
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Review of Fever-tree Indian Tonic Water

Fever -Tree Indian Tonic Water

Advantages: Fabulous taste, goes very well with Martin Miller's gin
Disadvantages: price

Fever-tree tonic water, well what can we say, its fantastic, mix with Millers gin and you will never go back to an ordinary G + T again. Fever-tree compliments a good gin, do not use with London bog standard from your local supermarket weighing in at 37. ...

tetleythedog 30.07.2008 · Read full review
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A classic of Ben Shaw, bitter shandy is a favorite!

Advantages: Distinctive taste
Disadvantages: none

Ben Shaw drinks have been around for over 140 years, and is one of the U.Ks oldest providers of soft drinks. It was Ben Shaw who brought the distinctive taste of Dandelion and Burdock to the U.K, among other big brand names we can see on the shelves today ...

sazzydan 21.08.2014 · Read full review
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