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Elderflower specialist Bottlegreen has launched a pair of flavoured tonic waters.

The first is, unsurprisingly, an Elderflower Tonic Water. While quite big on the eponymous fruity-floral notes, particularly on the nose, there’s a good hit of quinine bitterness to balance things out on the palate, right to the finish.

It’s joined by a Pink Tonic Water, which not only adds some colour, but some pomegranate notes and, yes, more elderflower. The pomegranate’s subtle, and it’s rather clean and bright overall.

They’re available in 175ml glass bottles, at an RRP of £1.80-£2.20 each. The brand’s partnered with Tanqueray for its launch in 100 Fuller’s pubs.

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