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chweppes was the pioneer of the

world's � rst sparkling drink in 1783

and, some 232 years later, continues

to sparkle at the forefront of soft

drink innovation.

The quintessentially British brand

is now leading the charge in creating exciting

soft drinks for a new generation of adults

who are looking for more sophisticated

­ avours for their discerning palates.

The iconic Schweppes

range, including mixers,

cordials, lemonade and

a new family of sparkling

juice drinks, are ideal

ingredients for creating

seriously refreshing

cocktails and mocktails,

and can be enjoyed purely as straight drinks.

When Swiss watchmaker and amateur

scientist Jacob Schweppe invented the � rst

industrial process to capture bubbles in a

drink and Schweppes Soda Water was born,

little did he know the impact this would have

in bringing sparkling drinks, including the

iconic Indian Tonic Water, to dozens of future

generations of drinkers.

As master mixologist Andy Pearson says:

"People want drinks with provenance and

heritage that have stood the test of time. I

think Schweppes Indian Tonic Water is the

archetypal example of that."

Fit for a queen

Shhh… do you know whose tonic has an

unrivalled eΠervescence with sophisticated

bubbles which delight sophisticated palates,

including those of royalty? Schweppes has

proudly held the Royal Warrant since 1836.

With its amazing taste, it is no surprise that

there is now a rising trend for Indian Tonic

Water being enjoyed as a refreshing drink on

its own, without its spirit sidekicks.

Schweppes oΠers much more than

just being a perfect partner to your gin or

wingman for your whisky. With innovative

­ avours, ranging from sharp, citric and dry,

to bite and crisp, to help create your perfect

serve, Schweppes has a complete range of

mixers for all needs and occasions.

Among ideas from mixologist Andy

Pearson are Schweppes Ginger Beer with

Spiced Rum; Michelada - chilled beer with

Schweppes Tomato Juice; a twist on a classic

summer fruit cocktail using Ginger Beer

instead of lemonade, and an Aperol Spritz

with Schweppes Soda Water.

This calls for a cocktail

Schweppes' wide product range is also

perfect for creating innovative cocktails and

mocktails. Why not make an Elder­ ower

Fizz with gin, elder­ ower cordial and

Schweppes Elder­ ower Tonic, or an Orange

and Grapefruit

Negroni, made with

Schweppes Grapefruit

and Schweppes

Orange Juice?

Other ideas perfect

for the forthcoming

party season are a

Blood Orange Smash with gin, blood orange

wedges and Schweppes Grapefruit Juice and

Schweppes Grapefruit and Blood Orange

(see right), and a Spiced Ginger Mojito using

Schweppes Ginger Beer.

Non-alcoholic cocktails

The Schweppes collection is also made for

mocktails. With an increasing number of

adults reducing their alcohol intake or going

teetotal, Schweppes oΠers the ideal range for

creating stunning virgin cocktails.

As Pearson says, "Mocktails are a big trend

and I think it will continue to be even

bigger. With Schweppes, it's easy for

mocktail fans to create drinks at home."

Simple but sexy serves include a

Ginger Ale Float, a Passion Fruit MockJito

with Schweppes Soda, and a Blood

Orange St Clements with the brand's

Lemon ¡ Elder­ ower.

New sparkling range

If you want to keep it simple, Schweppes

new sparkling juice drinks oΠer a grown-up

soft drink for grown-up palates, with ­ avours

of grapefruit and blood orange, orange and

cranberry and lemon and elder­ ower.

They can be used to create exciting

cocktails with your favourite spirits, but have

been made to work beautifully when served

on their own.

Mixologist Pearson says: "I really like

the new sparkling juice drinks because

the ­ avours are very light, plus they oŒ er

interesting and dynamic ­ avours."

With such a unique heritage and range

of quality products, the brand - which

is available nationwide from all major

supermarkets and independent retailers -

has plenty to inspire today's drink-makers.

Schweppes is separating the dull from the

discerning: use them to create your own

exciting recipes today.

Mixing with

Schweppes

SCHWEPPES BLOOD

ORANGE SMASH

150ml Schweppes

Grapefruit and Blood

Orange

50ml Schweppes

Grapefruit Juice

50ml gin

4 blood orange wedges

Glass: Rocks

Method: Muddle the orange

wedges, add the gin and grapefruit juice and

shake together . Top up with the Schweppes

Grapefruit and Blood Orange. Garnish with a

slice of blood orange.

SCHWEPPES CLASSIC G&T

Schweppes Indian Tonic

50ml gin

Slice of lemon or lime

Glass: Rocks

Method: Fill the glass

with cubed ice, add the

gin and top up with tonic to

your taste (a 1:3 ratio works

well). Run a slice of lemon or

lime round the rim and drop

in. Stir and enjoy.

IT'S ALSO PERFECT FOR

INNOVATIVE COCKTAILS

AND MOCKTAILS

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'SCHWEPPES', THE FOUNTAIN DEVICE AND THE 196 GRAPHICS ARE

REGISTERED TRADE MARKS OF ATLANTIC INDUSTRIES

discerning: use them to create your own

Mixing with

Schweppes

SCHWEPPES BLOOD

SCHWEPPES BLOOD

ORANGE SMASHORANGE SMASH

4 blood orange wedges

Muddle the orange

wedges, add the gin and grapefruit juice and

creating stunning virgin cocktails.

As Pearson says, "Mocktails are a big trend

and I think it will continue to be even

bigger. With Schweppes, it's easy for

mocktail fans to create drinks at home."

Simple but sexy serves include a

Ginger Ale Float, a Passion Fruit MockJito

with Schweppes Soda, and a Blood

Orange St Clements with the brand's

New sparkling range

New sparkling range

If you want to keep it simple, Schweppes

new sparkling juice drinks oΠer a grown-up

soft drink for grown-up palates, with ­ avours

SCHWEPPES CLASSIC G&T

SCHWEPPES CLASSIC G&T

Schweppes Indian Tonic

50ml gin

Slice of lemon or lime

Glass:

Method:

with cubed ice, add the

gin and top up with tonic to

your taste (a 1:3 ratio works

well). Run a slice of lemon or

lime round the rim and drop

in. Stir and enjoy.

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