Fentimans: Botanically Brewed. Exquisitely Crafted.
Fentimans have been making natural botanical drinks for over 100 years. Their artisanal drinks (below) are brewed for seven days using the time-honoured botanical brewing process. The result is a superior drink that tastes simply delicious.
How is fentimans made?
Fentimans make their delicious natural beverages by the multi-stage botanical brewing technique. These processes have been updated and Fentimans Drinks & Beverages are now carbonated before being filled and pasteurised to extend the product shelf life. However, the one thing that has not changed is the superior quality, craftsmanship and unsurpassed flavour of Fentimans.
What is botanical brewing?
Botanical brewing is what sets Fentimans apart from other carbonated drinks. It’s their point of difference that underpins the brands promise and delivers unsurpassed quality: characterised by a rich depth of flavour, silky mouthfeel and luxurious body.
How many calories in fentimans rose lemonade?
Fentimans Rose Lemonade 275ml - Pack of 4 has been skilfully crafted with no artificial sweeteners. Each drink contains less than 60 calories per bottle, whilst Sugar has been reduced to 4.8g per 100ml.
What does Fentimans ginger beer taste like?
Well over 100 years have passed since Thomas Fentiman first began selling his botanically brewed Ginger beer. Today, Fentimans are hugely proud to share that they are the number one glass bottle premium soft drink in Foodservice, according to their CGA Data MAT review that was carried out in December 2020. It contains the finest Chinese ginger root, which gives Fentimans Traditional Ginger Beer 275ml - Pack of 4 a spicy, full flavoured beverage.
Who owns fentimans?
It's been over 100 years since Fentimans first started brewing botanical drinks, however the business is still in the Fentimans family and is owned by the Great Grandson of Thomas Fentiman.
Is fentimans British?
Yes! While the indulgent and distinctive flavour experience of Fentimans starts with scouring the globe for the finest natural ingredients, it is indeed a botanical brewery based in Northumberland, England.