Fever-Tree Spring Club Soda, 6.8-Ounce Glass Bottles (Pack of 24)

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Fever-Tree Spring Club Soda, 6.8-Ounce Glass Bottles (Pack of 24)

Fever-Tree Spring Club Soda, 6.8-Ounce Glass Bottles (Pack of 24)

Fever-Tree Spring Club Soda, 6.8-Ounce Glass Bottles (Pack of 24)

  • Premium all-natural cocktail mixer made with the best ingredients from around the world.
  • Soft spring water
  • Signature high-level carbonation
  • No artificial flavorings, colors, or preservatives

Using soft spring water, bicarbonate of soda and a high level of carbonation, Fever-Tree soda water has a delicate aroma, perfect for bringing out the best flavours of the finest whiskies.

List Price: $ 34.01

Price: $ 34.01

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SephoraPrincess

July 4, 2016 at 4:13 pm
661 of 750 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars
This is such a painful review to write………., October 29, 2013
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These were once the best Ginger Beers in the world. Nothing else even came close. I had been buying these by the case for years from Amazon (sometimes as many as 1-3 cases per month)! They were not only the most mouth watering concoction I had ever tasted in my life (and I know my Ginger Beers), but they helped me so much in quelling the nausea I am dealing with from doing chemo, as there was so much fresh Ginger in them (almost medicinal for me). A tonic that I could never let myself run out of. Thanks to Amazon Prime, I never did run out, and all was well for a very long time.

Everything changed in October 2013 when I received three cases of this once wonderful Ginger Beer. They looked funny, tasted odd, and even bitter, and all shared an expiration date of 7/14. I know this product rather well and knew that something was really wrong here. Whatever spilled into the batches that expire 7/14, all had something in them that simply did not belong. There was no mistaking that something was wrong here. We even had neighbors taste test with us, and they agreed that something was definitely very odd in the ones that we had just received, which all expired 7/14.

One of these neighbors owns a home nearby, and as a bartender, knows the Fever Tree mixers well. He said that it was obvious that the factory thought it was still making Tonic Water and let Quinine or whatever makes up tonic, run into these instead of natural spring water, as always used. That would explain the strange and unrecognizable bitterness. All I knew is that I was now stuck with three cases of stuff that tasted awful.

I contacted Fever Tree directly to make them aware of this problem, as well as Brands Of Britain, who is the sole, authorized, distributor here in the United States. I was treated like an idiot basically. Long story short, no problem exists as they have received no other calls. Disappointing…….

I then decided to order again hoping I would receive cases from other expiration dates that I had been used to getting, which were delicious, and yet again, I received one of the dreaded 7/14’s, and again, they were so odd and strangely bitter. I still had a little of Fever Tree’s regular stock to compare it to, and it was glaringly obvious that something had gone amiss with the stock they created that expire 7/14.

If that wasn’t bad enough, I realized that they had changed the recipe drastically, and this became rather obvious, as the amount of ginger and cloudiness that made these so delicious and powerful, garnering so many wonderful, well deserved, reviews was now a thing of the past. They have been slowly putting in less and less Ginger in these in the hopes that we would not notice, but more and more people are awakening to this sad news every day. You can almost tell who has the older stock with the original recipe, and who is just waking up to the newer stock (wait until you see the new 10/14’s, as they have not a cloud in sight and absolutely no sediment at the bottom period)! We were stunned……..

The reviews are going to be very different out here in about 6 months or so.

I also took note of the fact that Amazon changed the ingredients listed here, as it used to read Ginger Root just like the labels still read, and yet now it says Ginger Extract, and that explains a lot. They taste like watery knock off’s now. I just read a review out here a week ago or so from someone very upset over this as well, and asking why…..why do anything to something so perfect….so sublime (and so expensive I might add)! Greed is the likely answer. Greed. They should have left well enough alone…..

I am also turned off to the company themselves for out and out lying when I asked them honestly if a change had been made (it has most definitely changed, and they knew it when they answered me). Their distributor is even worse (Brands Of Britain), as they will dumb you down and gaslight you to the point of utter rudeness. We had been running around from store to store trying to locate what 8/14’s we could still find locally that have a fair amount of Ginger at the bottom, and then to our horror, we began to see that they must have made the complete changeover in the middle of making that batch, as some of the 8/14’s had just little slivers of Ginger at the bottom instead of at least a somewhat substantial amount in other Ginger Beers from Fever Tree that still shared the expiration date of 8/14. I don’t think these people even understand what quality control even means! It means that you can expect to receive the same quality you have come to love from a product, not that every time you go to buy that product, it’s vastly different from the one before it, and so on! Crazy! Just crazy!

They are also not very sharp business people. Not everyone is going to take the time and trouble to make calls to the United Kingdom, and to Brands Of Britain in…

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Family Man

July 4, 2016 at 4:44 pm
51 of 55 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars
Validation that new recipie is missing solid ginger pieces, June 26, 2014
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Really liked this ginger beer when I discovered it a few years ago. While the ingredients on the label remain the same, the recipie has been changed. The suspended particulates of ginger are gone as is the strong ginger flavor. Tastes better than common ginger ale, but not as good as it was up until last year. No longer worth the premium price. This will be the last Fever Tree ginger beer case I buy. Will keep buying tonic though. Side by side pic posted in product pictures section.

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Steven Schafersman

July 4, 2016 at 5:14 pm
78 of 88 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Best Easily-Available Premium Tonic Water, April 15, 2012
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My wife and I just performed a taste test of three different tonic waters. We used Bombay Gin in all three to keep the variables to one–the tonic water. We used Schweppes Tonic Water, Q Tonic Water, and Fever-Tree Tonic Water. We thought the Fever-Tree was the best, with Q Tonic second, and Schweppes Tonic a distant third. The Schweppes had a cloying off-taste compared to the other two which we attributed to the high fructose corn syrup which sweetens it. Before we purchased the two premium tonic waters, we thought Schweppes was the best compared to Canada Dry and Seagram’s. But the two premium tonic waters were both better. The Q Tonic (sweetened with agave nectar) was less sweet (and lower in calories) than the Fever-Tree (sweetened with cane sugar) and had a distinctly different taste, more subdued compared to Fever-Tree. Both had clean and crisp finishes that were very refreshing. We both thought Fever-Tree had more flavor, especially more citrus and quinine flavors, and we preferred it. We will be happy to finish the rest of the case of Q Tonic we bought, but we are going to purchase only Fever-Tree in the future. We prefer gin and tonics with Bombay Sapphire and Tanqueray Gins. We tried Fever-Tree with Hendrick’s Gin and it was good, better than Hendrick’s in martinis, with which we prefer Bombay Sapphire. [Update, 2016 March 24: We now love Hendrick’s martinis as much as Bombay Sapphire martinis since we started using sliced cucumbers as the garnish rather than olives!]
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