A superior new look for Cushiedoos tonic

Our followers will be aware of Cushiedoos tonic, the innovative Scottish tonic water that delivers on taste but is quinine-free. Now, the award-winning business has launched its new look superior tonic. Yes, that’s a ‘new look’- happily, they aren’t changing the bottling or mixing so the great taste and quality will remain the same, but with a smart new look.

Andrew Ligertwood, the founder of Cushiedoos said:

“Our new look branding, led by our flagship Superior Tonic, is another step forward for the business. The tonic water taste and methods we use to bottle them remain unchanged. Our drinkers love our tonic water and it’s performing well here and internationally, so there is absolutely no need to change our recipe.” Andrew added “The ingredients used in Cushiedoos are of the finest quality and we needed to showcase this in our new branding.  Our superior tonic water combined with our four healthy botanicals and no quinine are key elements we wanted to celebrate through our creative execution.”

Andrew has created a brand that is already widely in available in hotels such as The Fife Arms Hotel, The Torridon, Trump Turnberry, The Links House Hotel at Royal Dornoch and closer to home in Edinburgh at The Waldorf Astoria, The Sheraton Grand, Tigerlily and Rabble in Edinburgh.

This news already comes off the back of the pioneering Scottish drink brand announcing plans for their recently launched ‘Action Against Carbon’ initiative to fight climate change. This sees the company planting 1 tree for every dozen bottles bought or as he hails it their “Buy 1, get two tree” initiative.

Andrew has set his sights high and expects to unveil more exciting developments in the coming months in terms of the Cushiedoos brand availability and range. We’re very excited to hear what he has in store next and we’ll be sure to share the news with you!

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