2 March 2018

An Evening with Fentimans

Fentimans

Where the gin market has blossomed these past few years, the latter and equally important half of a G&T has been made to catch up with the former's success. Premium spirits have opened the floor to premium mixers, and the family-owned Fentimans is just one many brands changing the way we enjoy a tipple. Last month, I was invited to The Botanist in Broadgate Circle to sample two of Fentimans' new mixers, along with their existing - and surprisingly extensive - range of soft drinks, together with a comprehensive menu of delectable cocktails.

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The two new mixers to feature in the Fentimans repertoire are Mediterannean Orange Tonic Water, which - as one might expect - provides a burst of orange citrus, and the aptly named Connoisseurs Tonic Water, which is a softer alternative to its Premium Indian Tonic Water. The refined recipe gives greater attention to the high quality spirit it's mixed with, thereby allowing the flavours of the gin to shine through.

Other members of the Fentimans soft drink family, samples of which I eagerly lapped up during the evening, include Ginger Beer & Muddled Lime, Rose Lemonade and Pink Grapefruit Tonic Water. On top of these are the newly released House of Broughton natural syrups, which comprise an essential component to many cocktails, or can simply provide sweetness and additional flavour to prosecco or a G&T.

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