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Fever-Tree Refreshingly Light Ginger Ale Fridge Pack (8 x 150ml)

(120cl, 0%)

Fever-Tree Refreshingly Light Ginger Ale Fridge Pack (8 x 150ml)

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Fever-Tree Ginger Ale x 8 Bottling Note

Fever-Tree sourced not just one, but three different types of ginger for its Ginger Ale! There's ginger from India, the Ivory Coast and Nigeria, with each variety bringing a spicy complexity to the mixer, ideal for pairing with dark spirits. This here is a fridge pack containing eight 150ml cans.

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Fever-Tree Refreshingly Light Ginger Ale Fridge Pack (8 x 150ml) Reviews

Just need a bit more info.

My husband likes Fever Tree very much. However as I am allergic to fructose, mind you I do not drink alcohol anyway, my husband picked up on seeing that it does say that there are no artificial sugars, yet it does say Fructose fruit sugars.
Therefore is there fructose in your ginger ale or not? We have just seen an advert for your Tonic which says that no artificial sugars are used.
Perhaps you could explain.

8th August 2020

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