After a 15 month journey and days of researching quinine sources from as far back as 1620, Charles Rolls (Plymouth Gin) and Tim Warrillow went on a mission to find the purist strains of this key ingredient eventually mastered the art of tonic.

“If 3/4 of your Gin & Tonic is the tonic,
make sure you use the best”
– Tim Warrillow, Founder

The first bottle of Fever-Tree Indian Tonic Water was produced in 2005 and has become increasingly popular over the years for its refreshing taste and perfected fizziness.

After a hugely successful summer pop up in Hoxton Square, Shoreditch – they’re heading up north! This March, a series of Gin & Tonic Safaris will navigate you around some of Manchester’s best establishments to sip some gin! Your safari guide for the evening will be one of Fever Tree’s G&T connoisseurs and will guide you through an adventure of flavour at venues like Rosylee Tearooms, Redbank Co and Cain and Grain.

“The idea is to retrace the quality of how you ‘dilute’ your drink… The quality of Fever Tree tonics enhance and compliment your gin, they don’t dilute and drown it.”
– Jamie Jones, Fever Tree Pop-up King.

From February 28th, The Fever Tree G&T bar will be parked in Deansgate for Urban Good Fest, running every Saturday evening for 6 weeks. Enjoy mouth watering street food dishes as well as an incredible collection of Fever Tree G&Ts and cocktails.

In April, the main event -The Ultimate Gin & Tonic Pop Up Bar will be taking up a more permanent residence in the city centre. Offering over 160 G&T pairings, gin masterclasses, gin tasting flights and much more! The location has yet to be announced but keep your eyes peeled as this seems to be the perfect way to head into the summer!

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