1870 are excited to announce the transformation of their classic mixer range, complete with exquisite flavours from around the world to compliment their pure Kentish spring water.
All of 1870’s seven varieties are made with pure spring water, bottled at source in Kent's Garden of England to deliver optimum taste and refreshment, in keeping with the brand’s heritage as a Great British mixer.
1870 have endeavoured to source the finest natural ingredients from around the world, to ensure a perfectly cosmopolitan blend of flavours. From Lemonade blended with Argentinian lemon oil and Ginger Ale made with fiery African ginger, to crisp Tonic created from the finest Brazilian essential oils, 1870 mixers have all been expertly blended using premium ingredients to deliver optimum taste. The range of seven variants can be enjoyed on their own as a refreshing drink, or as the finest accompaniment to alcohol. (EDITOR: And there's real Quinine in the Tonic Water!)
1870 are the original premium British mixers and the ultimate drink for entertaining, a special occasion, or simply relaxing of an evening. Grab a tall glass, plenty of ice and a dash of alcohol if you wish, for an exquisite taste sensation every night of the week.
For details visit www.1870mixers.co.uk
Available in 7 varieties – Tonic Water, Tonic Water Light, Soda Water, Bitter Lemon, Lemonade, Lemonade Light and Ginger Ale
Available in selected Waitrose stores nationwide, as well as all good independent and wholesale stores.
· All varieties are made with pure spring water from the Silver Spring in Kent .
· Cocktails served at the ‘Around the World with 1870’ launch event were expertly blended with the following premium spirit brands: Crystal Head Vodka, Teichenne Kiwi, Four Roses Bourbon, Teichenne Raspberry, El Dorado 7, Teichenne Peach, El Dorado, Teichenne Apple, Goldschlager.
EDITOR: What about the all important question? Which is: What do they taster like? Extremely good. They compliment the spirit/s you are mixing them with, without overpowering the taste of the spirits, yet are strong enough to be ideal for serving chilled, as they come, over ice for a refreshing and non-alcoholic drink.)