Enjoy an award winning Gin & Tonic 35,000ft in the air
Fever-Tree has further increased its footprint, however this time in the air, by ranging on all Virgin Australia domestic flights as the premium tonic of choice, available from Wednesday, 20 March.
The Premium Indian Tonic 150ml can format will be available as the exclusive tonic on all flights domestically and to New Zealand as part of the onboard drinks offering. This will enhance gin drinkers’ experience in the air, adding a premium option to the in-flight experience, to complement the gin offerings and create the ultimate G&T.
Fever-Tree has significantly grown its Australian distribution over the past year, through further grocery expansion in Woolworths and Coles and an increased presence in key on-premise venues. With more tonic flavours in market developed to pair perfectly with different styles of gin, consumers have more choice than ever before to discover their ultimate G&T.
Fever-Tree Indian Tonic is available for $3.50 on all Virgin Australian domestic flights.
Fever-Tree was founded in 2005 by Charles Rolls and Tim Warrillow in the UK, Fever-Tree has established itself as the tonic of choice for premium spirit drinkers and bar tenders around the world, with Charles and Tim travelling as far afield as the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ivory Coast and India for the finest natural sourced ingredients used in their range of high quality, premium mixers.
Fever-Tree has a portfolio of 14 mixers including Tonics, Ginger Ales, Ginger Beer, Cola and Lemonades with its products being served in the most prestigious venues across the world, from Claridges in London to Raffles in Singapore and the Burj Al Arab in Dubai, as well as nine of the ten best restaurants in the world.
Fever-Tree was recently awarded ‘Top Trending’ and ‘Best Selling’ tonic water for the fifth year in a row by Drinks International in the World’s 50 Best Bars Brands Report. In 2018, Fever-Tree was named the headline sponsor of Wimbledon warm-up tennis tournament, the Queen’s Cup Championships in London as part of a three-year deal.
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