Our portfolio of mixers are made with the best
all-natural ingredients available -
¾ of your drink is the mixer, mix with the best.
At Fever-Tree, It’s All About Taste. Which is why they’ve gone to the ends of the
earth to source the highest quality ingredients from small specialty suppliers
around the globe. It’s a determination unmatched by any other mixer maker and
one you’ll notice at first sip.
Fevr-Tree portfolio of mixers are made with the best
all-natural ingredients available: natural juices, spring water, cane sugar and
handpicked botanicals from around the globe add distinct flavors in each
variety. The ginger ale and ginger beer varieties contain a blend of fresh
gingers sourced from Nigeria, the Ivory Coast, and Cochin. The range of tonic
waters contain natural quinine extracted from the cinchona trees of the Eastern
Congo. Every ingredient that goes into a Fever-Tree product has been
thoughtfully sourced to ensure optimum taste and aroma for pairing with premium
Fever-Tree history: Following a series of disappointing
tonic water tastings, entrepreneurs Charles Rolls and Tim Warrillow joined
forces to analyze the composition of mixers. They quickly discovered that the
majority of mixers were laden with preservatives, cheap aromatics and
artificial sweeteners. A combination that adversely affected the tasting
experience of cocktails. So, in 2004 they began creating mixers using
all-natural and fresh ingredients.
Fever-Tree launched in the UK in early
2005. With no obstacle too large, the duo sourced the highest quality quinine
from the Rwanda Congo border and blended it with spring water and botanical
flavors, including rare ingredients such as marigold extracts and a bitter
orange from Tanzania. Crucially, no artificial sweeteners, preservatives, or
flavorings were added. Since its launch in 2005, Fever-Tree has blossomed to a
range complete with ten different varieties available in two size formats.
Leading bartenders quickly caught on to the benefits of a premium mixer and
today Fever-Tree is served in top hotels, leading restaurants and gastro pubs
around the world. After all, if ¾ of your cocktail is the mixer, make sure you
use the best.