By brewing a blend of three gingers from Nigeria, Cochin and the Ivory Coast we have created an award winning ginger beer that has been highly acclaimed by gastronomes and critics alike. Perfect in a Dark & Stormy, Moscow Mule or simply as a soft drink on its own.
Ways to enjoy
Whilst our 200ml range is the perfect size for a single serve, we now have a 275ml bottle for a long drink on its own or our 500ml bottles are great for enjoying a few drinks with friends.
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- Cloudy with natural ginger sediment. Should be inverted before opening to allow the sediment to go back into solution.
- Instant smell of fresh, natural ginger.
- A distinct, fresh ginger taste predominates. It is refreshing and clean tasting without being overly sweet. As the liquid passes through the palate the ginger will fill the whole mouth, leaving a warmth at the back of the throat.
- A smooth, silky texture created by the champagne bubbles and natural ingredients.
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Fresh Green Ginger
The discovery of this ginger from the Ivory Coast was a real 'eureka' moment for Charles and Tim. Unlike any other ginger, it has an incredible lemongrass freshness to its aroma due to the oils being extracted as soon as the ginger is harvested. Charles has visited the farmers in the Ivory Coast who are cultivating this unique ginger and distilling the oils specially for Fever-Tree. Read more about his story on the 'Latest' part of the website.
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The ginger that we source from Nigeria has an aromatic intensity to it that adds depth to the ginger flavour. It perfectly complements the fresh zesty notes of the Fresh Green Ginger and the rich, chocolately notes of the ginger that we source from Cochin in South West India.
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Uniquely rich and earthy, almost chocolatey in its aroma, this ginger complements the flavour notes in the Nigerian ginger and Fresh Green ginger perfectly. Cultivated by a small specialist producer in the beautiful Cochin area of India, Charles and Tim recently visited the farmers to learn more about their techniques.
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Unlike most mixers and soft drinks on the market today which contain saccharine or aspartame, our products are sweetened with only natural sugars. In our regular products we use cane sugar and in our Naturally Light products we use fruit sugar. These natural sweeteners create a fuller mouth-feel with none of the cloying aftertastes associated with cheaper, artificial alternatives.
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Soft Spring Water
We use the very best quality natural spring water from a source in rural Staffordshire. With a low mineral content, this water is very soft, thus ensuring that our drinks are subtle in their taste and clean in their finish. High carbonation is a vital component of any mixed drink which is why we carbonate our products to an exceptionally high level. By using small, perfect bubbles we have been able to create an even smoother finish to our drinks. The smaller bubbles, combined with the viscosity created by using natural sugars, means that all of our drinks stay carbonated for longer - crucial when you are mixing them with spirits.
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Dark & Stormy
- Ginger Beer
- 1 measure (50ml) of you rum of choice
- Fresh Ice – at least 4 big cubes. Clear cubes from Spring water if possible
- Fresh Lime juice
Fill a highball glass with plenty of fresh ice so that the drink remains cold for longer. Pour the dark rum (can be spiced) over the ice and add a generous squeeze of fresh lime juice. Pour in Fever-Tree Ginger Beer and garnish with a couple of lime wedges.
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- Ginger Beer
- Fresh lime juice
- Fresh mint
Pour vodka over stacks of ice in a tall glass. Add fresh lime juice and chilled Fever-Tree Ginger Beer then garnish with fresh mint.
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Non-alcoholic Moscow Mule
- Ginger Beer
- Dash of Sugar Syrup
- Splash of concentrated apple juice
- Fresh Mint
- Fresh Ice -Crushed
Place the fresh mint in a glass with a dash of sugar syrup - smash it up with a mixing spoon, place in the crushed ice and then pour over the Fever-tree Ginger Beer. Add in a splash of apple juice and garnish with a fresh sprig of mint.