Belvoir gets ready for winter with seasonal cordial and punch

Belvoir Christmas Cordial

Belvoir Fruit Farms is getting ready for Christmas with the release of two new seasonal drinks, Christmas Cordial and Festive Fruit Punch.

With a rich dark red colour, Belvoir Christmas Cordial is an intense fruity blend of cranberry and orange juices complemented with warming winter spices. The cranberry is the dominant flavour balanced by the sharpness of the orange, fruity blackcurrant and a touch of lime with cinnamon and nutmeg. The cranberry adds a slightly tart, mouth-drying note.

Designed to be drunk with gently warmed water, it can also be mixed with cold water or served warm as a hot toddy with a dash of rum or vodka.

Christmas Cordial is the latest addition to Belvoir’s range of seasonal warm cordials comprising Honey, Lemon & Ginger Cordial and Spiced Winter Berries Cordial.

The ruby red Belvoir Festive Fruit Punch combines the rich, fruity taste of real cranberry and orange juices, with a splash of blackcurrant and lime juice and the lingering hint of cinnamon and nutmeg, all blended with natural spring water and ready to drink.

It can be served warm as a non-alcoholic festive punch or as a more flavoursome alternative to fruit tea. The Festive Fruit Punch can also be served with vodka.

This latest addition brings to three the number of non-alcoholic punches available from Belvoir alongside Mulled Winter Punch and Spiced Ginger Punch.

As with all Belvoir products, the new additions are made using natural ingredients with no artificial colourings, preservatives or sweeteners.

Pev Manners, managing director for Belvoir Fruit Farms, said: “We have found that special seasonal products can stimulate sales as consumers seek out something different. We expect these drinks to become permanent additions to our seasonal range.”

Belvoir Christmas Cordial and Festive Fruit Punch will be available from the end of October.

Belvoir Festive Fruit Punch

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