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ASDA Fever Tree Tonic Water 500ml Bottles. All varieties £1
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ASDA Fever Tree Tonic Water 500ml Bottles. All varieties £1

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Posted 10th Jan 2019

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500ml bottles. All varieties.

Pretty much as the title says.

I’ve checked online and they’re full price.
It may be store specific clearing out stock from Christmas.

For reference my store was Stoke Park, Ipswich.

I’ll upload photo of receipt as soon as I can but am out at time of posting and don’t have it on me.
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Will give my local a check and stock up on their Ginger Ale
Just to verify what I’ve posted....
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That's me on the gin this weekend. HOT HOT HOT
Makes Schweppes taste like supermarket own brand!

Great price. Hot!
danston10/01/2019 22:33

Makes Schweppes taste like supermarket own brand!Great price. Hot!


That’s what I thought. I don’t think I’ve ever seen it this price myself. They had loads too. They also had Schoer reduced by the crate load but it was £1 too (I think) which it’s been before elsewhere in this season.
blind test on food unwrapped had morrisons own first, schweppes second and fever tree third.
iconcreative10/01/2019 22:36

That’s what I thought. I don’t think I’ve ever seen it this price myself. T …That’s what I thought. I don’t think I’ve ever seen it this price myself. They had loads too. They also had Schoer reduced by the crate load but it was £1 too (I think) which it’s been before elsewhere in this season.


£1.70 in Sainsbury's at the moment for this size.

Stocking up tomorrow... gives me an excuse for a Friday night Sipsmith and tonic with a little homemade black pepper liqueur.

Cheers for giving me the perfect excuse to crack it open ("I had to love... The tonic was as good as half price!")
raykoko3 m ago

blind test on food unwrapped had morrisons own first, schweppes second and …blind test on food unwrapped had morrisons own first, schweppes second and fever tree third.


I think it’s down to personal taste. I’ve tried most and I personally only want fever tree mixed with my gin. That and a Spanish one I have while out there
Edited by: "iconcreative" 10th Jan 2019
raykoko3 m ago

blind test on food unwrapped had morrisons own first, schweppes second and …blind test on food unwrapped had morrisons own first, schweppes second and fever tree third.


To each their own... I personally can't go back to Schweppes after this but I will scope out how the Morrison's tonic fares...Cheers for the info
danston10/01/2019 22:45

£1.70 in Sainsbury's at the moment for this size.Stocking up tomorrow... …£1.70 in Sainsbury's at the moment for this size.Stocking up tomorrow... gives me an excuse for a Friday night Sipsmith and tonic with a little homemade black pepper liqueur. Cheers for giving me the perfect excuse to crack it open ("I had to love... The tonic was as good as half price!")


How do you make than then?
Fever tree Ginger ale and Jack Daniels,getting near heaven.
raykoko10/01/2019 22:44

blind test on food unwrapped had morrisons own first, schweppes second and …blind test on food unwrapped had morrisons own first, schweppes second and fever tree third.


In my opinion different tonic waters taste different (obviously) but it is hard to say which is better than the other, and although fever tree is nice it doesn't warrant the stupidity high price compared to other perfectly palatable brands.
While I'm on one, why the trend for flavoured gin, it's not gin anymore just a flavoured alcoholic pop.
Big gin glass, loads of ice, too much gin and slightly more quantity of tonic, slice of lemon or lime, sometimes cucumber. Drink and repeat.
That's all that's needed.
Nicebob11/01/2019 08:47

In my opinion different tonic waters taste different (obviously) but it is …In my opinion different tonic waters taste different (obviously) but it is hard to say which is better than the other, and although fever tree is nice it doesn't warrant the stupidity high price compared to other perfectly palatable brands. While I'm on one, why the trend for flavoured gin, it's not gin anymore just a flavoured alcoholic pop.Big gin glass, loads of ice, too much gin and slightly more quantity of tonic, slice of lemon or lime, sometimes cucumber. Drink and repeat.That's all that's needed.


Lol. I think you’ll find they are still gin. The core ingredients that go into them are still those that make gin, otherwise they wouldn’t be allowed to market and sell them as gin.

It’s no different to flavoured vodkas.

From my experience in my younger days alcopops are fizzy! So how you can claim flavoured gins are flavoured alcoholic pop is beyond me. Gin is not fizzy, ergo is it not an alcoholic pop.

Agreed fever tree is far to expensive at its usual retail price, but it is a premium brand and in my opinion better than any other on the market. If other people didn’t think so it wouldn’t sell and the company gone under or brand fizzled out from sale. Some palettes are able to distinguish the difference in taste. That’s not an insult it’s a statement of fact.

Also, if Schweppes standard tonics are just as good as and taste the same as fever tree then why has Schweppes launched a ‘1783’ range to rival fever tree?

It’s down to personal preference. But personally I would say a qualified drinks expert with an experienced palette might argue that Fever Tree is a premium (better) brand because of better ingredients and taste. Just the same as a food critic would argue that some premium brands are better than some value brands.

But as I said, one thing I do agree on is that it’s over priced. £1.35 a bottle or there abouts would be more reasonable.
Edited by: "iconcreative" 11th Jan 2019
I was under the impression you paid more for fevertree as there's no artificial crap in it unlike other brands
iconcreative6 h, 25 m ago

Lol. I think you’ll find they are still gin. The core ingredients that go i …Lol. I think you’ll find they are still gin. The core ingredients that go into them are still those that make gin, otherwise they wouldn’t be allowed to market and sell them as gin. It’s no different to flavoured vodkas. From my experience in my younger days alcopops are fizzy! So how you can claim flavoured gins are flavoured alcoholic pop is beyond me. Gin is not fizzy, ergo is it not an alcoholic pop. Agreed fever tree is far to expensive at its usual retail price, but it is a premium brand and in my opinion better than any other on the market. If other people didn’t think so it wouldn’t sell and the company gone under or brand fizzled out from sale. Some palettes are able to distinguish the difference in taste. That’s not an insult it’s a statement of fact. Also, if Schweppes standard tonics are just as good as and taste the same as fever tree then why has Schweppes launched a ‘1783’ range to rival fever tree?It’s down to personal preference. But personally I would say a qualified drinks expert with an experienced palette might argue that Fever Tree is a premium (better) brand because of better ingredients and taste. Just the same as a food critic would argue that some premium brands are better than some value brands. But as I said, one thing I do agree on is that it’s over priced. £1.35 a bottle or there abouts would be more reasonable.


I don't disagree with what you say, but drinks experts are very much like art experts, if you get my drift.
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Normal price in my local......dang 😣
£1.81 in Bangor today
Does any one know if this tastes like R White's ?

caped_crustation99920 h, 13 m ago

How do you make than then?


I wait for Christmas when my auntie gives me some

I mucked up... It's actually a black pepper tincture, not a liqueur. There are recipes online. Be warned... You only need a couple of drops but man... It's good shiz!
raykoko10/01/2019 22:44

blind test on food unwrapped had morrisons own first, schweppes second and …blind test on food unwrapped had morrisons own first, schweppes second and fever tree third.


That being said, with FeverTree you don’t poison yourself with aspartam and acesulfam k...

I think that Lidl has also started his premium tonics brand as well, don’t remember the name and price though, assuming it should be cheaper than FT, so I’ll give it a go once in there
ArcaneSim11/01/2019 20:06

That being said, with FeverTree you don’t poison yourself with aspartam a …That being said, with FeverTree you don’t poison yourself with aspartam and acesulfam k...I think that Lidl has also started his premium tonics brand as well, don’t remember the name and price though, assuming it should be cheaper than FT, so I’ll give it a go once in there


They do indeed. I was tempted over Christmas but in the end figured fever tree on offer was cheaper and a safer bet given I know I already liked it a lot.
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