Bottlegreen debuts two summer editions

18 April 2017

On the look out for some new summer flavours? Need to up your soft drinks game or add a few more exciting mixers into the mix? Well, Bottlegreen has announced two new sparkling pressé flavours – Fruity Raspberry Lemonade and Refreshing Ginger Beer.

Exclusively available to the on-trade in 275ml bottles, the flavours have been developed to offer a more 'adult soft drink', and also be paired with food.

Fruity Raspberry Lemonade blends ripe raspberries with zingy lemon juice and Cotswold spring water, supposedly pairing well with rich Italian pasta dishes.

Cloudy Refreshing Ginger Beer blends the same spring water, 'reviving' ginger, lemon juice and honey, and is said to be the perfect partner for spicy rich food such as Caribbean cuisines, and strong cheeses.

'When creating Bottlegreen flavours we are inspired by global trends in health and flavour, and always ensure that they complement rather than overpower food,' said Jo Sykes, SHS Drinks marketing director.

'Bottlegreen’s sparkling pressés are cold-filtered to preserve the purity and freshness of the natural ingredients which are blended with lightly-sparkling spring water, resulting in perfectly balanced flavours which are crisp, clean and not overly sweet.'

Sounds like a winner to us.

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