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Pretty quickly, supermarkets and big brands such as Schweppes were offering their own alternatives to the Fevertree range.Now there are signs that demand for gin has peaked, but it’s not likely to fall out of favour completely with consumers, so I don’t think the demand for gin is actually dead.It’s all in the flavourBut a more worrying trend for Fevertree is that consumers are now turning to the influx of flavoured gins available. If the gin is already flavoured, then Fevertree’s offerings are no longer giving a unique twist to the drink.There are so many gins available nowadays, I don’t know where to begin choosing one. The bottles and labelling are as attractive as perfume bottles and the choice of flavours astounding.The recent trading update wasn’t all doom and gloom. Growth is still happening, particularly in Europe (up 16%) and the US, where sales rose by a strong 33%. Total 2019 revenue is expected to grow by 10% year-on-year, but this is a far cry from the 40% growth seen in 2018.I think the main reason for the Fevertree share price plunge was its poor UK results. UK sales fell by 1% and as they account for half of overall sales, that’s bad news.With Brexit still to unfold, there are some issues for the firm to face. For a start, the UK may be facing a period of further belt-tightening, which I think means consumers might be less inclined to purchase premium mixers for their drinks. While Fevertree has an edge in being the premium offering for drink mixers today, I’m not sure this is enough to keep it growing in this environment.And it manufactures and bottles in the UK, sourcing ingredients from abroad. It has previously indicated that Brexit may force it to move its manufacturing overseas.I think there are still enough positives in the trading update to keep hope alive. As such, I’d continue to hold the shares if I was an owner.But it has a price-to-earnings ratio of 28 and a dividend yield close to 1%. These are not overly enticing metrics and until they iron Brexit out, I wouldn’t be rushing to buy. Premium drinks manufacturer Fevertree Drinks (LSE: FEVR) suffered an almighty share price crash this week after a disappointing trading update featuring multiple downgrades to its financial metrics. Enter Your Email Address Kirsteen has no position in any of the shares mentioned. The Motley Fool UK has no position in any of the shares mentioned. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. Image source: Getty Images.