Fever Tree Tonic 500ml (all varieties) 3 for £4 @Tesco
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Fever Tree Tonic 500ml (all varieties) 3 for £4 @Tesco

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Found 19th Dec 2017
Includes the latest Clementine and cinnamon variety as well as all the usual classics such as elderflower, Madagascan cola and ginger beer.

Great to stock up for all the Christmas gin.
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    Thanks, will take a look.
    £1.35 each in Sainsburys should that be easier to get to (and only 5p more for three).
    My local Tesco doesn't sell the Madagascan cola or Sicilian lemon so Sainsbury's for me. Heat added though
    Don't honestly know why people bother with this flavoured crap! Don't you realise your taking away the taste of the gin?
    Barge6 m ago

    Don't honestly know why people bother with this flavoured crap! Don't you …Don't honestly know why people bother with this flavoured crap! Don't you realise your taking away the taste of the gin?


    Some tonics may enhance the flavour. I can say that Fever Tree's Clementine & Cinnamon pairs really well with Edinburgh Gin's christmas release. All down to measurement and preference.
    Anyone who knows about gin uses yellow bottle Schweppes tonic.
    The regular fever tree tonic water is by far the best tonic water available. I wouldn't buy anything else
    termite18 m ago

    Anyone who knows about gin uses yellow bottle Schweppes tonic.


    Indeed and is what the so called industry experts say too.
    Edited by: "b1g1an" 19th Dec 2017
    Original Poster
    Schweppes is the choice of the peasant.
    Drooler51 m ago

    Schweppes is the choice of the peasant.


    You haven't got a clue.
    Original Poster
    And wasn't John cleese the spokesman for Schweppes? Mr "I'll shill anything for money" Cleese.

    PPI wasn't it? Smoking quit line? acurist watches? amex? Sainsbury's? Specsavers? Pretzels? TV license? Maxwell house? BT?

    Anything old crap for a few quid, including schweppes
    Drooler36 m ago

    And wasn't John cleese the spokesman for Schweppes? Mr "I'll shill …And wasn't John cleese the spokesman for Schweppes? Mr "I'll shill anything for money" Cleese. PPI wasn't it? Smoking quit line? acurist watches? amex? Sainsbury's? Specsavers? Pretzels? TV license? Maxwell house? BT? Anything old crap for a few quid, including schweppes


    What has advertising endorsements got to do with what the product actually taste's like? Anybody who knows anything about gin knows the flavour is in the gin why add other flavourings like cinnamon and Clementine? If it was meant to be there surely someone would make a gin with them in it! And honestly flavouring gin with cola? Stick to Bacardi m8ty!!
    Barge2 h, 41 m ago

    Don't honestly know why people bother with this flavoured crap! Don't you …Don't honestly know why people bother with this flavoured crap! Don't you realise your taking away the taste of the gin?


    It really depends on the gin, and how you want to enjoy it. Chase elegant is beautiful, and I wouldn't want to dilute it with an elderflower flavoured tonic, but it is very nice with their mediterranean tonic water, the sweetness really helps with the 48% ABV, and enhances the apple flavour. If you are out on a summer day and drinking a G&T to refresh, and not to enjoy the complexities of the gin, then an elderflower tonic is very nice with a Gordons/Bombay sapphire.

    Schweppes is great if you know that tonic, as it is simple and easy to read the gin through, whilst complementing it. A fever tree indian/mediterranean tonic can work better, it just depends on the notes in the gin, and whether or not you know the tonic well.
    If you don't know the tonic, then you won't know where flavours are coming from.

    As with these things it is all subjective so to each their own, just my 2p
    Original Poster
    Just pointing out Cleese shills crap.

    If you're happy enough to spoil good gin with shweppes, have at it. If you have an ounce of refinement, fever tree if the tonic to have.
    termite1 h, 2 m ago

    You haven't got a clue.


    Please enlighten me
    Fever Tree is just trendy. Premium marketing has lulled most into its clutches. Gastropubs serving it over Schweppes fuels the belief that it beats Schweppes. Yet look at all the taste tests, and the best bartenders still use Schweppes.

    Possible that we are so used to Schweppes being the taste of tonic we recognise that we have a built in preference. But fever tree is just flash marketing. It's good, but Schweppes is the all rounder I want in my home to let the gin shine through.
    Barge3 h, 10 m ago

    Don't honestly know why people bother with this flavoured crap! Don't you …Don't honestly know why people bother with this flavoured crap! Don't you realise your taking away the taste of the gin?


    Dunno why people drink gin, the juniper takes away the flavour of the vodka.
    Why is everything so binary?

    I presume everyone vouching for one tonic, and completely ruling out another tonic also only drinks one brand of gin, beer, whisk(e)y, and wine too.

    Utter BS, different tonics do different jobs. Hendricks, Tanqueray, and Tarquin’s navy strength, are all lovely gins, and just because one wins a blind taste test, doesn't mean the others are undrinkable, they all have their uses, and you would drink them at different times.

    Same goes with tonics, Schweppes may be the tonic of choice by experts, but depending on the mood you are in, and gin you are pairing it with, you might want a sweeter tonic, or a drier tonic, a flavoured tonic, a more complex tonic, a simple tonic.
    tek-monkey1 h, 13 m ago

    Dunno why people drink gin, the juniper takes away the flavour of the …Dunno why people drink gin, the juniper takes away the flavour of the vodka.


    Reminds me of one of Chase's first gins. They had spirit with two labels; a Single botanical Gin (only juniper), and a juniper flavoured vodka.
    Both accurate descriptions of what it is.

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    Edited by: "LionelRichieFan" 19th Dec 2017
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    Anyway, enough of this monkey tossery. I'm done talking about tonic water. I'm off to enjoy some with a drop of Whitley Neill. And yes, I am using FT as is my choice. Just like anyone else has the choice to use whatever tonic they like. What a multicultural world we live in where we have freedom to choose our tonic and what glass we drink it from, how much ice we add and even how much gin we add to it. It brings a tear to the eye*.



    *do not attempt to put G&T into your eye as this may cause blindness and stinging. Schweppes is known to sting the eye ball worse though. #justsayin
    Drooler13 h, 58 m ago

    Anyway, enough of this monkey tossery. I'm done talking about tonic water. …Anyway, enough of this monkey tossery. I'm done talking about tonic water. I'm off to enjoy some with a drop of Whitley Neill. And yes, I am using FT as is my choice. Just like anyone else has the choice to use whatever tonic they like. What a multicultural world we live in where we have freedom to choose our tonic and what glass we drink it from, how much ice we add and even how much gin we add to it. It brings a tear to the eye*.*do not attempt to put G&T into your eye as this may cause blindness and stinging. Schweppes is known to sting the eye ball worse though. #justsayin


    How dare you, I prefer schweppes in my eyes to that flavoured muck!
    LionelRichieFan18 h, 42 m ago

    Why is everything so binary?I presume everyone vouching for one tonic, and …Why is everything so binary?I presume everyone vouching for one tonic, and completely ruling out another tonic also only drinks one brand of gin, beer, whisk(e)y, and wine too.Utter BS, different tonics do different jobs. Hendricks, Tanqueray, and Tarquin’s navy strength, are all lovely gins, and just because one wins a blind taste test, doesn't mean the others are undrinkable, they all have their uses, and you would drink them at different times.Same goes with tonics, Schweppes may be the tonic of choice by experts, but depending on the mood you are in, and gin you are pairing it with, you might want a sweeter tonic, or a drier tonic, a flavoured tonic, a more complex tonic, a simple tonic.


    Hence why I say Schweppes is the best all rounder, I didn't say best in each individual category
    50p each at the moment in Iceland warehouse Peterborough.
    Rhubarb gin and fever tree ginger ale 👌
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