I mixed this with Bombay Saphire gin and it made for the most refreshing G&T! The bottle is the perfect size for one large G&T, I’ll be adding this to my shopping list in the future! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Lovely during this hot weather
Was sent these 2 bottles, and added them to a couple of glasses of Silent Pool gin my missus And I had after dinner a couple of nights ago. The tonic is very refreshing and suited the particular gin we were drinking. Would probably use a less flavoured tonic for say a Tanqueray. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Tastes sooo good!
At the age of 50+ I have only just started to drink Gin and Tonic - the reason why - Fever- Tree! Fever Tree Elderflower Tonic water has simply turned an 'ok' drink into a 'want' drink - so refreshing, not at all bitter. Its changed my view of tonics forever [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
This is a really nice tonic. Ideal for those who don't always like the bitter tonic taste. It is quite sweet, rather than bitter. Which makes it a tasty drink on its own, as well as with more floral gins. There is something citrussy in the background too - slightly orangey. Would also make an ideal mixer for a vodka, as it has enough taste on its own to make a refreshing summer drink. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Smell the (elder)flowers!
Having been previously disappointed with elderflower gin being too subtle, I was worried this flavoured tonic would be the same. Luckily it proved me wrong and although it is quite subtle, there's a wonderful smell and the taste gets stronger after you've finished a mouthful, presenting a lovely aftertaste. As per the Fever-tree pairing guide it worked well with both Pinkster and Hendricks 'fresh & floral' gins, the former being more subtle and therefore allowing the taste of the tonic to come through a bit more, although the latter definitely grew on me and will encourage me to break away from my current favourite combination of plain tonic and cucumber. Wanting to properly experience the tonic, I chose to simply enjoy over ice, so next I've got to look forward to the challenge of discovering if any of the garnishes make it taste even better :) If you enjoy elderflower cordial and pick the right gin then you should find this tonic hits the spot. Cheers Fever-tree! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Refreshingly delicious !
I tried this product with my usual G&T and was blown away how delicious it was. It’s great to know I can have a “light” tonic with such a great flavour. This is now a regular on my shopping list. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Great addition to your favourite gin
What a great find a perfect accompaniment with my favourite gin, not too strong with a hint of elderflower. Would definitely buy again [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Elderflower - just perfect
A perfectly balanced elderflower treat, not too sweet or flowery. A lovely summery drink, even on its own. but, as I always say - it's not so much the gin, but the fevertree tonic that makes the drink a winner. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
A pleasant surprise
I sampled this variety for the first time on a sultry afternoon It has a refreshing yet delicate floral taste which proved to be an excellent accompaniment to a fine dry gin This was.not as flowery or sweet as I had perhaps expected and will be a repeat purchase [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
I tried the sample as a drink on it's own first and it's light and refreshing but lacks depth and seems too fizzy. Works perfectly with Whitley Neil Blood Orange Gin....a match made by the gods of Gin (is there one? If not there should be!). Light and dry and the orange cuts through to give depth of flavour. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]