Q Ginger Ale – 8oz Bottle

Get ready to experience the best ginger ale you’ll ever have the pleasure of drinking. It might sound over the top but we really must advise that you take a moment to prepare yourself. Crack open a bottle of Q expecting an ordinary specialty soda and you’ll find yourself in the midst of a pleasantly rude awakening before the first sip has a chance to go down. Real ginger gives Q real bite and it’s lightly sweetened to perfection with organic agave. Flavors of coriander, cardamom, rose oil, cayenne and orange peel give it depth and complexity that you won’t typically find in a soft drink. Consume it just the way it is or mix it with your favorite spirit, either way you’re guaranteed to be impressed. In stock and ready to ship. Features: Made with real ginger for a real bite. Lightly sweetened with organic agave (no high fructose corn syrup). A touch of coriander, cardamom, rose oil, cayenne and orange peel give it a unique flavor profile. Just 60 calories per bottle. Great on its own or as a mixer. Specs: Size: 8 fl oz. .

Quick facts

  • Made with real ginger for a real bite.
  • Lightly sweetened with organic agave (no high fructose corn syrup).
  • A touch of coriander, cardamom, rose oil, cayenne and orange peel give it a unique flavor profile.
  • Just 60 calories per bottle!
  • Size: 8 fl oz.

Top reviews

Disappointing

The store where I usually get Fever Tree Ginger Beer was out of it, and FT’s ginger ale isn’t as good. I noticed Q Ginger, a brand I hadn’t seen before, was “on sale” — though it’s cheeky to say that about a $7 bottle of ginger ale. But then I never thought I’d get used to paying Fever Tree’s prices, either.

Problem is, this isn’t that special a drink. It’s a pleasant ginger ale, but nowhere near spicy enough. The lack of HFCS is a plus, but not enough to justify the outrageous price. If your taste runs to Seagrams or Vernors and you want to try something drier (but only slightly more flavorful), you might enjoy this more than I did.

But for those of us who prefer the tingle of Fever Tree, a decided disappointment.

KristalSherrill, IA

terrific alternative to what’s readily available

no high fructose corn syrup!!!

That says it all….it tastes wonderful, and while I don’t use it in mixed drinks… I do love it when the odd cramp in my leg, gets me out of bed in the middle of the night!

AlvinGrand Haven, MI