Get a taste of ‘Taste’ at Dundrum this week

by Rachel Darcy

Ahead of Taste of Dublin kicking off this Thursday, Fever-Tree Tonics have created an eye-catching installation at Dundrum Town Centre alongside The Crate.

The colourful instillation, packed full of vibrant flora, sees a Fever-Tree themed car exploding with flowers in the hues of the range of their premium mixers.

Picture: Andres Poveda

Those who visit the instillation are also in with a chance of winning tickets to Taste of Dublin, as well as getting the chance to taste some of Fever-Tree’s products.

Senior Brand Manager of Fever Tree, Laura Hallinan, said: “Last year was our first time at Taste of Dublin and we walked away with the award for best-dressed stand.

This year, we’ll be back with another beautifully dressed bar, and our first-ever Gin School, which is open to all Taste attendees. Stop by our Dundrum Town Centre activation and you might even pick up a free Taste of Dublin ticket.”

Fever-Tree announced earlier this week that they’ll be returning to this year’s Taste of Dublin in the Iveagh Gardens with a festival first: the Fever-Tree Gin School.

Those that are attending Taste of Dublin this weekend can book in for the Gin School to learn how to create their perfect Gin & Tonic with Fever-Tree’s mixers.

Picture: Andres Poveda

The forty-minute sessions will allow those attending to sample four different types of gin, and experts will immerse an intimate class of six on the history of gin and tonic water.

Visitors to the Fever-Tree Bar at Taste of Dublin can enjoy a range of Fever-Tree products mixed with a variety of premium spirits such as Kettle One vodka, Roe and Co Irish whiskey, Tanqueray 10 and Mór, as well as the world’s first non-alcoholic gin, Seedlip.




Free places in the Fever-Tree Gin School can be booked daily, on a first-come, first-served basis, at the Fever-Tree stand at Taste of Dublin 2018 which takes place at Iveagh Gardens from 14–17 June.

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