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Fever-Tree Naturally Light Ginger Beer and Sparkling Lemon

September 19, 2012
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Fever Tree Ginger & LemonFever-Tree added Naturally Light Ginger Beer and Sparkling Lemon to its portfolio of premium mixers. Imported into the United States by Brands of Britain, the mixers feature all-natural ingredients. Fever-Tree Naturally Light Ginger Beer contains 60 calories in each serving and is sweetened with natural fruit juice instead of cane sugar, the company says. However, it still uses the same high-quality ginger as its signature Ginger Beer, it adds. The brand’s new Sparkling Lemon mixer is a highly carbonated lemonade that blends real lemons, spring water and sfumatrice extracts of lemon from Sicily for a fresh, zesty aroma with a natural sweetness and a crisp, clean finish, according to the company. A 500-ml bottle of Fever-Tree Naturally Light Ginger Beer retails for approximately $2.99; a four-pack of 200-ml bottles of Fever-Tree Sparkling Lemon has a suggested retail price of $5.99.

Brands of Britain LLC, San Ramon, Calif.
Telephone: 800/646-6974
Distribution: Select markets

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