Bottlers not distillers
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35A Victoria Road, Surbiton, KT6 4JT Surrey United Kingdom
The folks at Fever Tree originally named this 'Lemon Tonic' as bitter lemon is basically quinine flavoured tonic water with the addition of lemon juice and rind, so the name...
Named for the tree bark famed for alleviating the symptoms of malaria, made with cinchona bark from the Congo, hand-pressed bitter orange oil from Tanzania, marigold oil; water...
Fever Tree Elderflower Tonic is flavoured with oils extracted from handpicked English elderflowers with quinine from fever trees in the eastern Congo.
Made with a blend of natural ginger root, the source of which is not revealed, Fever Tree's Ginger Beer undergoes a process of fermentation, though presumably any alcohol contained...
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