This definitely adds the wow factor to an ordinary gin and tonic – refreshing and delicious
Reviewed by Sarah Murray

Beautiful flavour
Taste is amazing from just a couple drops. Very natural and refreshing. I love it.
Reviewed by Alfie Bray

Absolutely loved them. Lovely blend of flavours that you wouldn’t necessarily find in a gin. Used with a plain gin and also a spicy gin and totally lifted the gin. Plus can be used with cheap or premium tonic.
Reviewed by Kerry Wilson

Guilt free little bottles of joy
I enjoy a G&T and the huge range of gins and tonics you can now buy, but a good fresh garnish can really bring the drinks to life – but what if you are out of fresh raspberries, basil, lemon, lime, pomegranate and so on? These little bottles of joy do a better job of bringing real, fresh tasting flavour to your G&T than any of the freeze dried garnishes that serve a similar purpose. They are all absolutely delicious and incredibly sugar free! In our house we also add to water during the day for a fruit infused zero-calorie drink and have also experimented with flavouring cocktails (both alcohol free and no so much). I highly recommend these, and if you are put off by the price, don’t be – they last for absolutely ages and are very high quality. My only one gripe is the use-by date, which is within the year, but challenge accepted – another G&T for me I think!
Reviewed by Paul Norton

Good summer drink
Very pleasant refreshing flavour makes an ideal summer drink.
Reviewed by Danny Taylor

Very Moreish
We have only tried the orange flavour so far and it is very moreish. We are looking forward to trying the other two. It looks like we are going to have a lot of gin whilst sitting in the garden over the next few weeks! Thanks very much
Reviewed by Julie Tift

Refreshing Summer Drink
I loved this, subtle flavours and you could really taste the elderflower. Such a lovely twist with the apple and cucumber too. Will be drinking this all summer
Reviewed by Rosie Bayliss

Lovely fresh taste
An exciting blend of herbs and fruit.
Reviewed by Heather Hewitt


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