Drinks: Like the other Fever Tree products, it works wonderfully for any drink clean,crisp and unobtrusive, it doesn’t step on the other ingredients and lets them shine through. This bold, refreshing beverage is a wonderful sensory experience and the bits of real ginger root are delightful. Rating: 9; Value: 7; Type: Mixer or Flavoring Classification: Mixers and Flavorings Ingredients: Cane Sugar, Ginger, Natural Spring Water Importer: Brands of Britain, San Ramon, California Age: Not Applicable Price: $1.00 for 6.8 oz (200 ml) Price Range: $1.00 for 6.8 oz (200 ml) bottle or $3.00 for 4 bottles. With two recent additions, the line now includes three styles of tonic, three ginger sodas, two lemons, and a club soda. Bottle: Generic clear glass, 200 ml size which is damn nigh perfect one drink size (no waste). Boasts no artificial anything, or GMO Franken-food corn syrup or questionable preservatives. Relatively plain but nicely done labels. Hands down the BEST ginger beer. Fever Tree’s ginger ale isn’t as carbonated as the rest. clear glass, 200 ml size which is damn nigh perfect one drink size (no waste). units and featuring the Non GMO Project logo and recipe ideas. The younger of my adult sons and I are ginger beer connoisseurs, each of us having been given excellent ginger beer from a young age. Clear as a bell, no cloudyness or floaters. It's one of my favorite cocktails, so I've tried it with many other brands of ginger beer, and it never tastes quite the same as it does with Fever-Tree. For my taste, the sweetness is just right. The vast majority of the ginger beers on the market are very sweet, with only a subtle ginger flavor, whereas Fever-Tree has the perfect combination of sweetness and ginger punch—not too spicy, but enough to wake you up a little bit. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. I've put in a request there to have it ordered for me by the case (those only come in the 4-pack small size bottles for around $6) and in the meantime I am thrilled to have found it here on amazon for a reasonable price (just under $20 for an 8-pack) in the bigger bottles. This ginger beer is delicious. clear glass, 200 ml size which is damn nigh perfect one drink size (no waste). Final Thoughts: Very clean taste, natural. When we opened the box we discovered that a bottle had been broken. I think I'm actually addicted to this stuff--it's to the point where I'm spending about $75 a month on freaking ginger beer, but I guess there are worse things to be hooked on. Not like a soft drink, more of a perfect counter to the ginger bite. With a leaner brighter taste, less obtrusive, no stickiness in the aftertaste. If you aren't a ginger or ginger beer gourmand, try to find a way to sample this before commit yourself to a full case. Everything in this ginger ale is natural. Disabling it will result in some disabled or missing features. Print is impossible for anyone over thirty to read. Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. Nice fizz/carbonation to it. Remember that the mixer is the bulk of your drink so quality really counts. I had a chat with Tim Warrilow of Fever Tree at “Tales of the Cocktail” about all the products they male and it was quite illuminating. Boasts no artificial anything, or GMO Franken-food corn syrup or questionable preservatives. Careful not to have too many because they are loaded with sugar, however, it is NON-GMO so that’s nice. Enjoy it alone as a soft drink on ice or mixed with voddy and lime for the best Moscow Mule you'll have in your life. Exceptionally clean, nicely mineral taste also to the soda part also. Notes: The latest addition to the Fever Tree lineup of premium mixers. This particular expression uses three different gingers, one for bouquet, and two for taste- one upfront and one with some legs for a longer finish. Relatively plain but nicely done labels. Fever Tree Ginger Beer was a revelation for me! First Impression: Bubbles tickle the nose a bit in a pleasant way. If you are using quality spirits it’s a waste to use cheap mixer – particularly in a drink that doesn’t have a lot else in it (no fruit juices, liquors, etc.). Each bottle is good enough for 2 – 3 drinks. Everything in this ginger ale is natural. Wonderful stuff! Website: http://www.fever-tree.com/x/default.html. Had a chat with Tim Warrilow of Fever Tree at “Tales of the Cocktail” where he rolled out all the essences they used for their product. Relatively plain but nicely done labels. I used to drink ginger ale daily but grew tired of the sugar and went in search of something with more spiciness and less sweetness. Over the years the company has developed new and even more interesting soda waters. © Copyright 2020 Spirits Review by Chris Carlsson. I am rather picky about my ginger beer. That being said, I would personally recommend this brand to anyone who would like to try it and those who appreciate a well balanced ginger beer made with natural ingredients. Each is as magnificent as the whole and by adding these to our drinks, an entirely new le… … i drink a bottle straight over ice. A lot of thought, time and energy went into the … This non-alcoholic product is made with natural flavors including exotic gingers, is free from artificial sweeteners and GMO, and retails in a 111.6-fl. The vast majority of the ginger beers on the market are very sweet, with only a subtle ginger flavor, whereas Fever-Tree has the perfect combination of sweetness and ginger punch—not too spicy, but enough to wake you up a little bit. 2,311 global ratings | 1,110 global reviews, Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2016. Someone who is as dedicated to mixers as some of the most dedicated distillers are to their products. It has a crisp ginger bite, not too strong, but bold enough to taste the quality. And I love that it is the smaller 6.8oz bottle. Appearance: Nice fizz / carbonation to it but not overly done. Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2019. I had a chat with Tim Warrilow of Fever Tree at “Tales of the Cocktail” about all the products they male and it was quite illuminating. Final Thoughts: Very clean taste, natural. Someone who is as dedicated to mixers as some of the most dedicated distillers are to their products. I suffer from chronic migraines. It's mostly clear... a slight ivory tinge... but no artificial colors. See all details for Fever-Tree Premium Ginger Beer, No Artificial Sweeteners, Flavourings... © 1996-2020, Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. The drink is relatively low in sugar (7.1 grams for a 6.8 oz bottle).