Taylor's Chip Dry & Fever Tree Tonic

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1x75cl Taylors Chip Dry white Port and 4x20cl Fever Tree Tonic Water Mixers.

White Port and Tonic – the new Pimms?...impress your friends by serving them a White Port and Tonic!...It is slightly fruity and I love it served over ice with a slice of orange and spring of mint and, if you wish, a dash of tonic. Think of it as a racy alternative to Pimms or Gin and you will be setting a wonderful summer trend!” Matthew Jukes, Daily Mail, June 2017

Taylor’s introduced Chip Dry, a new style of white aperitif Port, in 1934. Made from traditional white grape varieties, it is fermented for longer than usual to give it an appetisingly crisp dry finish. Several years of ageing in oak vat and careful blending complete the fresh fruit flavours with an elegant, complex nuttiness. Produced in limited quantities, Chip Dry white Port is sold in individually numbered bottles and marked with the Atkinson cellar name in which the wine was aged. 

Tasting Notes

Pale, straw colour. Delicate nose combining fresh fruit fragrances with the mellow aromas and hints of oak of a traditional white port. Fresh, lively palate, with good flavour and crisp, dry finish. 

How to Serve

Mix one part of Chip Dry white Port with two parts of chilled Tonic water in a tall glass with plenty of ice. Garnish with a sprig of mint or a twist of lemon.


"a classic white port with flavours of lemon peel, this is tangy, almost salty, and white-pepper-dry on the finish. Mouthwateringly good.“ Susy Atkins,The Sunday Telegraph, May 2017

“…..try a wacky style of aperitif – white Port and tonic. With loads of ice, a sprig of mint, a slosh of Chip Dry and a splash of tonic. It’s very tasty indeed!” Matthew Jukes, Daily Mail, 2016


Port, Apperitif

Country of Origin



Douro Valley




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