Fever-Tree, the world’s leading producer of premium tonics and mixers, today announces its Refreshingly Light Cucumber Tonic is arriving in the U.S. market. A limited edition, Refreshingly Light Cucumber Tonic perfectly captures the essence of summer and complements spirits like gin, vodka, tequila, aperitifs and more, with 43% fewer calories than Fever Tree Tonics. Delicate and crisp, Refreshingly Light Cucumber Tonic joins Fever-Tree’s pioneering Refreshingly Light range of low-calorie mixers (SRP $5.99/200 ml 4-pack).
Refreshingly Light Cucumber will be poured in leading bars nationwide, including New York’s Williamsburg Hotel, Saxon + Parole, across Gabriel Stulman’s Happy Cooking Hospitality, as well asMiami’s Blackbird Ordinary; Denver’s El Five and Edible Beast Restaurant Group and Seattle’s Queen City Grill. It is set for a Summer roll out to additional bars, restaurants and retailers across the U.S.
The expression is made using cucumber essence from fresh U.S.-grown cucumbers for an unrivaled crispness of flavor. The light cucumber essence notes are perfectly balanced with the soft bitterness of Fever-Tree’s signature quinine from the fever trees of Eastern Congo. The result is a wonderfully balanced and crisp mixer, with a distinctively fresh, summery taste and aroma.
Expanding the Refreshingly Light Offering
With only 40 calories per serving, Fever-Tree blends fruit sugars with the same quinine used in the brand’s regular range to provide consumers with the greatest possible choices without compromising on taste. Refreshingly Light Cucumber is the fourth expression in the Refreshingly Light line, joining lighter versions of Fever-Tree Ginger Beer, Fever-Tree Ginger Ale and Fever-Tree Indian Tonic.
A String of New Fever-Tree Expression Introductions
Refreshingly Light Cucumber reflects the company’s commitment to continuously innovating dynamic new flavors and expressions. It follows Fever-Tree’s successful introductions of Aromatic Tonic, Citrus Tonic, Spiced Orange Ginger Ale, Smoky Ginger Ale and Refreshingly Light Ginger Ale.