Clear, crisp and perfectly crafted, Luscombe Drinks has created three new premium tonic waters which will add style and sophistication to any occasion. Perfectly on trend, with a hint of retro in their look, the Devon, Elderflower and Grapefruit tonic waters all offer outstanding taste, and are perfect served either on their own over ice or with one of the many emerging craft white spirits.
Gin has been a popular tipple in the UK since the late 17th century and has enjoyed a recent revival with small producers making craft gins using a variety of different botanicals to add a distinct character. The West Country alone is home to the country's oldest working distillery; the Black Friars Distillery has been making Plymouth Gin since it was first established in 1793 and several of the newest producers, such as Tarquin's Gin in North Cornwall and Salcombe Gin, many winning medals on the international drinks stage.
There is also a huge increase in non-drinkers looking for something original and grown up to enjoy which isn't laden with artificial flavours and sweeteners. It is therefore the perfect time for Luscombe Drinks to be introducing its trio of premium tonics.
The new Luscombe Drinks tonic waters are now available to buy through on-line retailer, The Gin Kiosk (www.ginkiosk.com) and many other independent retailers, farm shops plus bars and restaurants.
Luscombe Drinks crafts premium soft drinks using only the finest ingredients from trusted growers. There are no additives, synthetics or concentrates. Only the best goes into the bottle. Luscombe Drinks has been producing beautifully crafted drinks on a farm in Devon since 1975. It is headed up by Gabriel David, who has become renown for his fanatical attention to detail and dedication for creating fantastic tasting soft drinks. Quintessentially English, with a love for capturing the essence of nature, Gabriel's drinks offer a true reflection of the beauty of his Devon surrounds.
The three new tonics add to Luscombe's existing range of 23 delicate soft drinks, including fruit juices, fruit crushes, ginger beers, bubblies and a cider, which have, between them now received 73 Great Taste Awards.