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Fever Tree - Sicilian Lemon Tonic

Bitter Lemon

Country of Origin

England

Producer Information

Key Information

Otherwise known as bitter lemon, this premium mixer is made by blending real lemons, subtle botanical flavours, spring water and the highest quality quinine from the Fever-Tree, they have created a delicious, natural bitter lemon with an authentic clean and refreshing taste and aroma.

Perfectly balanced to enhance the flavour of the great gins and finest vodkas. Equally delicious as a soft drink.

No artificial sweeteners, flavourings or preservatives.

Ingredients: Natural Quinine, Cane Sugar, Spring Water, Citric Acid, Natural Flavours.

For pallet enquiries, please visit our trade page.

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1 Comment

Sue Richards 2006-06-25 18:21:56

If you have ever enjoyed a Gin and Bitter Lemon then you have not lived until you have tasted Fever Treee Bitter Lemon. Its refreshing , tastes as natural as it looks, and is lovely on its own as well. If there is a problem, it is that I am buying more Gin since I discovered it! Well with the herbs in the Gin its a very healthy drink , no :-) ??