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fever tree

n.
Any of several trees having leaves or bark used to allay fever or sometimes thought to cause fever, especially Pinckneya bracteata of the southeast United States, Acacia xanthophloea of southern Africa, certain species of eucalyptus, or cinchona.

eucalyptus

Herbal medicine
An evergreen, the volatile oil of which contains eucalyptol and cineole, pinenes, sesquiterpene alcohols and others. It is antiseptic and expectorant, and is commonly used as a steam inhalant for asthma and respiratory infections and to soothe oral mucosae, and used topically for dry skin and dandruff.
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| Greenall's Wild Berry Gin (PS12, 70cl, Tesco) and Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic (PS1.50, 50cl, Sainsbury's): Joanne Moore, master distiller, Greenall's, said: "Fever Tree Indian tonic is clean and fresh which, with Greenall's Wild Berry, allows the Scottish raspberries and blackberries through on the nose and taste."
Fever Tree, by Tim Applegate, takes its name from a band that, to people of a certain age, evoked the promises and disappointments of the late '60s and early '70s.
Fever Tree Mediterranean tonic Add spirits and syrup into a shaker with ice.
BEST BUYS Fever Tree soft drinks - Mediterranean Tonic, Ginger Beer etc Torres Natureo, pounds 5.99 Pimm's original Number One Cup
GREENALL'S WILD BERRY GIN (currently PS12, 70cl, Tesco) & FEVER TREE MEDITERRANEAN TONIC (currently PS1.50, 50cl, Sainsbury's) JOANNE MOORE, master distiller at Greenall's, also has a penchant for Fever Tree.
Posh tonic firm Fever Tree reckons 2017 will be "comfortably" better than City forecasts - with seven months still to go.
Inka also offers its version of infused tonics such as Uva y Pimienta; Pisco acholado homemade grapefruit cordial, fresh ginger, grapes, black pepper and topped with fever tree tonic.
She'll start by introducing a different tonic, either house-made or one of the new super-premium brands like Fever Tree or Q to guests.
MM's CORIANDER LEAF & CHILLI G&T 50ml Martin Miller's Gin, a bunch of coriander, 1 red chilli, 200ml Fever Tree tonic water Pour 50ml gin into a large wine glass and add four coriander leaves and 1/4 sliced red chilli (deseeded).
Served with a variety of Fever Tree tonics and garnish in your very own gin glass with live entertainment.
| Martin Miller's Gin (currently PS21, 70cl, Sainsbury's) and Fever Tree Elderflower Tonic (currently PS1.50, 50cl, Sainsbury's).