FEVER Tree’s premium range of natural mixers has been credited with restoring quality and taste to a category which has been stagnant and flat in recent years.
Founded by Charles Rolls (ex Plymouth Gin) and Tim Warrillow in 2005, the Fever Tree offering encompasses soda water, Indian tonic water, lemonade, ginger beer and ginger ale in 200ml, 4x200ml and 500ml formats.
Containing no artificial flavours, colours, or preservatives, Fever Tree uses champagne carbonation to create fine bubbles. Ingredients are sourced from remote locations including Congo, Nigeria, Cochin and the Ivory Coast before being manufactured in the UK.
The brand’s Indian Tonic Water is the only one to use quinine from a plantation on the Rwanda/Congo border while its Ginger Beer and Ginger Ale use a blend of gingers sourced from different areas.
Available in 38 markets, Fever Tree has been stocked in New Zealand since December last year and is handled locally by Eurovintage. Already proving popular in both retail and foodservice sectors, the range has won a host of international awards including UK’s Fastest Growing International Drinks Company.
For more information please visit www.eurovintage.co.nz