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G&T? It's all in the tonic...

March 15, 2016


“If 3/4 of your Gin & Tonic is the tonic, make sure you use the best” Fever-Tree.


At The Georgian Hotel in Haslemere we LOVE Gin & Tonic, and more than that we love the perfect Gin & Tonic. There really is nothing quite like the smooth refreshing taste, the clinking of the ice against the glass, and of course, the dancing bubbles on your tongue.


The Georgian Hotel bar offer an extensive selection of gins, we have carefully selected Fever-Tree to supply a complementary selection of tonics to create the perfect, refreshing drink.


Why Fever-Tree?

Fever-Tree only ever use the highest quality natural ingredients. Their tonics have the smallest, most perfect 'champagne' bubbles. This adds a smooth, delicate texture that carries the flavour of the botanicals in each mixer, this enhances the spirits they are mixed with.


We have put together a list of the Fever-Tree tonics we serve, and our recommendations of which gins to pair them with:


Fever-Tree Indian Tonic Water 

This delicious, natural, award winning tonic has a uniquely clean and refreshing taste and aroma. It is also available in ‘light’. It pairs best with:

Silent Pool Gin 

Twisted Nose Gin

Sipsmith V.J.O.P GIN




Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic 

Made by blending the essential oils from the flowers, fruits and herbs gathered from around the Mediterranean shores with the highest quality quinine from the Congo. This is a unique, delicate, floral tonic. It pairs best with:

London No.1 Gin

Warner Edwards Elderflower Gin

Warner Edwards Rhubarb Gin

Tanquerry No.10 Gin


Fever-Tree Elderflower Tonic Water

Offering a light and subtle character, the delicate and sweet flavour of elderflower is perfectly balanced by the soft bitterness of the quinine. Providing a refreshing summery twist to the classic gin and tonic. Pairs best with:

Williams Elegant Crisp Gin


Please do pop in and see us and put them to the taste test. Goodness me, is it that time already? It must be gin o’clock…


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