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Bottlegreen Elderflower Tonic Water (4x175ml) half price - £1.49 @ Tesco

£1.49 @ Tesco
Spotted in-store last night - had to take a double take when I spotted £1.49. Bottlegreen Pink Tonic also reduced to £1.49, but I couldn't see in-store only online. Much prefer the latter. Read More
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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
Spotted in-store last night - had to take a double take when I spotted £1.49.
Bottlegreen Pink Tonic also reduced to £1.49, but I couldn't see in-store only online. Much prefer the latter.
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#1
nice stuff, especially when mixed with a good quality gin :)
#2
Thanks, link, image and price added :)
#3
Thanks. The Pink Tonic is lovely, but too expensive at full price! Heat from me.
#4
missgem
Thanks, link, image and price added :)

Sorry - it was my first post, but thought I had managed to add all those.
#5
tony5101
nice stuff, especially when mixed with a good quality gin :)
Care to recommend a good quality gin. I find the range on offer confusing as a newbie to gin.
#6
Maa1
tony5101
nice stuff, especially when mixed with a good quality gin :)
Care to recommend a good quality gin. I find the range on offer confusing as a newbie to gin.

Personally - I love Hendricks - but Bombay Sapphire is always a good bet. there are loads of smaller distillerys getting in on the gin scene now...each with their own subtle flavours.
Best bet...try as many as you can LOL :)
If you're after flavoured gins, then the Edinburgh Distillery is a good start.
#7
tony5101
Maa1
tony5101
nice stuff, especially when mixed with a good quality gin :)
Care to recommend a good quality gin. I find the range on offer confusing as a newbie to gin.

Personally - I love Hendricks - but Bombay Sapphire is always a good bet. there are loads of smaller distillerys getting in on the gin scene now...each with their own subtle flavours.
Best bet...try as many as you can LOL :)
If you're after flavoured gins, then the Edinburgh Distillery is a good start.

Thanks for the recommendations. I might also treat myself to some locally produced slow gins via my local farmer's market.:)

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