Wednesday 20 November 2013

A Very Berry Christmas with the Cracker drinks co #Review

Instead of those fizzy drinks this Christmas why not pick a healthy alternative (Alcohol free) The Cracker drinks company are offering just that!

If you’re looking to warm your winter taste buds with something other than the usual selection this Christmas, you’ll be pleased to know that The Cracker Drinks Co is bringing something different to the dinner table.

Why not mix things up with the sweet and sharp tartness of ‘Blueberry & Blackberry’, or accompany your turkey and Christmas pudding with the juicy flavours of ‘Apple, Strawberry & Cranberry.’ Enjoyed alone or as delicious cocktail mixers, the berry-bursting drinks serve as a thirst-quenching and exciting alternative to the typical Christmas drinks selection.

healthy fruit based drinks for all occasions especially Christmas

I was sent both of these flavors, Blueberry & apple, Apple strawberry & cranberry to review, I thought both the flavours were gorgeous, I found that they were both refreshing the quality fruits in side both cartons are all deliciously paired together to make a fantastic combination which keep your taste buds tingling both flavors are very Moorish and taste great over ice.

I loved both of these drinks what a great alternative they would make on the table at Christmas dinner both of these flavours are available to purchase in ASDA, Tesco, Waitrose, Sainsbury's, Morrisons and Ocado. The are priced at a £1.50 which I think is very reasonable.
I love the fact that this company give 1% of its annual net profit to the rainbows trust children's charity .

Other flavours –  Apple & Lychee and Still & Cloudy Lemonade. Mango & Passion Fruit, Pineapple and Guava & Lime

To find out more about Cracker drinks why not pop over to there website HERE you can also find them on Facebook 

Both of these fruit filled cartons were sent to me for the purpose of this review all opinions expressed remain honest and my own

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