Meet Soda Folk – the latest booze-free bevvy

30 August 2017

To stay on top of the ever-evolving demands of customers in 2017, you need to step up your soft-drinks game. Soda Folk could help you do just that, with the launch of five new flavours: Black Cherry, Mandarin Orange, Juniper, Grape and Apple.

Low in calories and sugar, the Soda Folk brand was created in 2015, when homesick Colorado native, Ken Graham, moved to London and longed for his native state's root beer.

Beginning his range with Root Beer and Cream Soda, the inspiration for the five new flavours came from Graham's wife Devon, who was longing for great tasting alternatives to alcohol during pregnancy. Juniper takes its inspiration from the classic G&T, Grape from the Chardonnay grape and Apple from cider.

'We’re really proud that we’ve helped popularise American-style root beer and cream soda, but when it came time to create some new flavours, we knew we wanted to try something different,' revealed Graham, commenting on the new additions. 'Could we make a range of sodas that had the same flavour impact, using all-natural ingredients, but without the added sugar?

'It took over a year of tinkering in the Soda Folk kitchen, but we managed to cook up five new flavours that fitted the bill. We think our new drinks will introduce Soda Folk to a much broader market, and we can't wait to get them out into the world.'

RRP £2.49/330ml, sodafolk.com

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