This beautiful book Fever-Tree the art of mixing makes a beautiful gift for anyone, especially at Christmas. It contains over 125 cocktails created and mixed by bartenders from all over the world. Each recipe is presented with a beautiful photo, its bar and country of origin and a little background.
Fever-tree was founded in 2004 by Charles Rolls and Tim Warrillow with one simple idea. If three-quarters of your gin and tonic is going to be tonic, wouldn’t you want it to be the very best tonic that tonic could be? A focus on using the highest-quality, all-natural ingredients is at the heart of the Fever-Tree philosophy.
We wanted to include another little something in the box and it wasn’t easy deciding on what that should be to be relevant and fit the limited space in the box. The decision was easy when we stumbled across these gorgeous packs of blood orange slices from Dardimans of California. They create an incredible pink hue when popped into a gin or vodka and tonic or can be nibbled on as a healthy snack instead of nuts or crisps.
Annie Babayan started making Fruit Crisps around her kitchen table with fruits from her own backyard: California. In making them on a larger scale, she chose not to change anything. The perfectly ripe fruit is carefully sliced, then slowly dehydrated to preserve its natural aroma, taste and nutrients – without any preservatives, additives or sugar. It’s a one-of-a-kind product, especially as each snack pack contains just 25-30 calories per portion.
Fruit Crisps are raw, vegan and kosher. They have no added sugar, no preservatives, no sulphur, no colouring, no artifical additives of any kind and no gluten. Each crisp is vitamin rich and much of fruit’s vitamin content is in the rind, which is why it’s left on.
Hello Jane, I just wanted to send you a quick message to say thank you for creating friend in a box. I simply love it! Having sent a few boxes out to my friends this year I was pleasantly surprised to receive the tea and biscuits box, out of the blue from one of my closest friends. It absolutely made my day and the letter inside was so lovely I admit I shed a little tear (happy tears).
I was googling sympathy hampers for my friend who's mum died recently. Friendinabox came up. I looked through and found your tea and sympathy box. Then saw the woman power box as my other friend had just had a break up and her business was taking a dip. I just thought they were both perfect!