Fentimans rolls out botanically brewed mixer cans

Fentimans has launched the world’s first botanically brewed mixers in cans.

The new range will be available in four of the brands most popular all-natural flavours; Premium Indian Tonic Water, Pink Grapefruit Tonic Water, Naturally Light Tonic Water and Ginger Ale (rrp £0.75 per 150ml can).

The bespoke cans retain the same distinctive look and premium quality of Fentimans bottled range and their compact nature means the drinks can easily be enjoyed with gin, rum, whiskey and other spirits.

To celebrate the launch, Fentimans is collaborating with Caorunn Gin to create limited edition gin & tonic Christmas Crackers. They will include Fentimans Premium Indian Tonic Water in the new 150ml mini-can format, a Caorunn miniature and a beautifully scented candle. The Christmas Crackers are available now through Caorunn Gin’s official website.

Dave Robson, sales director at Fentimans, said: “We are thrilled to have developed the world’s first ever range of botanically brewed mixers in a can format. Fentimans works hard behind the scenes to bring new innovations to market and we are proud to introduce this new line of SKU’s.

“Creating the 150ml mini can format for our mixers makes them more accessible and we are excited to be giving our consumers more opportunities and occasions to taste our much-loved and exquisitely crafted drinks with a breadth of light and dark spirits.”

 

 

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