fever tree


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Synonyms for fever tree

any of several trees having leaves or bark used to allay fever or thought to indicate regions free of fever

Related Words

ornamental shrub or small tree of swampy areas in southwestern United States having large pink or white sepals and yielding Georgia bark for treating fever

tall fast-growing timber tree with leaves containing a medicinal oil

African tree supposed to mark healthful regions

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Tonics are also getting fancier and flavored: Fever Tree, for instance, offers a Mediterranean tonic with ingredients including lemon, mandarin and rosemary, and a Naturally Light Indian Tonic Water, with 45% fewer calories than its standard tonic.
We discussed brands such as Innocent, Belvoir Cordials, Bottlegreen, Johnsons, Firefly, Feel Good Drinks, Pomegreat, Big Tom, Fever Tree and Taut.
Among the many prestigious brands she has helped bring to market are Roberto Cavalli Vodka, Pinky Vodka, Duval and Fever Tree.
His -- take includes versions made with North Shore #6 gin, orange peel, Thai chili and Q tonic; Plymouth gin, Boker's Bitters, lime peel and Fentiman's tonic; Citadelle gin, grapefruit peel, mint, Fever Tree Mediterranean tonic; and The Botanist gin, celery bitters, rosemary and Fever Tree tonic.
The botanical garden bar houses a collection of boutique gins from the recently launched collection by MMI, paired with Fever Tree tonic waters to create a range of #Ginspire classic mixes and cocktails.
MM's CORIANDER LEAF & CHILLI G&T 50ml Martin Miller's Gin, a bunch of coriander, 1 red chilli, 200ml Fever Tree tonic water Pour 50ml gin into a large wine glass and add four coriander leaves and 1/4 sliced red chilli (deseeded).
MM's CORIANDER LEAF & CHILLI G&T | 50ml Martin Miller's Gin, a bunch of coriander, 1 red chilli, 200ml Fever Tree tonic water Pour 50ml gin into a large wine glass and add four coriander leaves and 1/4 sliced red chilli (deseeded).
Ginger beer brands include Barritts, Cock 'n Bull, Fentimans, Fever Tree, Gosling's and Regatta.
You may be into the huge range of specialist tonic waters available from the likes of Fever Tree, Fentimans and everything in between - however, I like the gin to be the star, not the mixer.
including its new Very Lazy line of chopped ginger, chopped garlic, chopped chills, lemon curd and chutneys," says Marie Christoffersen, brand manager, Fever Tree, at Brands of Britain based in San Ramone, Calif.