Shares in drinks maker Fever-Tree rose over 2% on Wednesday after the company revealed it expected 2017 earnings to be well ahead of expectations.
In a trading update for the year ended 31 December, Fever-Tree said it anticipated revenue to reach £169m, a 66% increase on the prior year.
Fever-Tree sees sales over the second half of the period growing by around 58% year on year.
Data shows the company has continued to gain substantial market share, making it the number one mixer brand by value in the UK off-trade channel (IRI - Total UK Retail Mixer Market value share - 13 weeks to 31/12/17).
Focused on sales to restaurants and bars, Fever-Tree has enjoyed particularly strong growth from drinks such as tonic water, the natural complement to gin, which has itself been experiencing rapid growth in UK sales.
UK revenues are expected to be up 96% on 2016.