August 7, 2015 11:01 am Leave your thoughts
Naturally Good Food stocks a great selection of juices and cordials, which are perfect served cold on a hot summer’s day. Ideal for lunches outside, parties, picnics and barbecues – why not add some fresh fruit to a jug of one as well?
We only stock the very best, naturally produced squashes and juices. We’re not interested in chemical-laden fizzy drinks, or strange sugar alternatives in drinks, with their slightly ‘off’ tastes. We like our summer drinks natural, ethical and stuffed full of fruit.
Our various juices tend to be scattered across a number of categories on our website. To make things easy for you, we thought we’d list them all of our most summery ones together here, so that you can make an informed choice!
We have for you:
- Biona acerola cherry juice: deliciously tart
- Biona blueberry juice
- Biona cranberry juices
- James White pear juice, apple juice and carrot juice
- Blackcurrant cordial from Rocks
- Blackcurrant squash from Rocks
- Ginger & apple squash from Rocks: although ginger has a reputation as a warming drink, it’s also remarkably refreshing and stimulating when served icy cold, perhaps with a fizzy mixer.
- Ginger cordial from Rocks
- Lemon squash
- Orange squash
- Lime cordial
- Red 5 Super Squash: the ‘five’ are raspberry, red grape, cranberry, pomegranate and red cherry.
- Coconut water: from various suppliers. While coconut water tends to divide opinion, those who love it, really do love it, and swear by its rehydrating properties.
- Elderflower cordial, from Belvoir and from Rocks: the very essence of summer; the Belvoir cordial comes in a lovely summery bottle too!
- Our new range of birch sap drinks – beautifully refreshing, sustainable and very unusual.
What’s the difference between squash, concentrate and cordial? Well, not a huge amount – you could probably find a way to use each one in place of the other. But technically, a squash is designed to appeal to a child’s palate, and to be mixed with water. The cordials have a more grown-up taste, with a slightly higher sugar and fruit content: they’re mixers for other, grown-up drinks. The concentrates are simply 100% concentrated fruit juice. They can be diluted to drink, or used as a natural sweetener in cooking, instead of sugar.acerola cherry juice, apple juice, barleycup, belvoir, biona, birch sap water, blackcurrant juice, blueberry juice, carrot juice, coconut water, concentrate, cordials, cranberry juice, drinks, elderflower cordial, fruit juice, ginger cordial, ginger squash, hot drinks, James White, lemon squash, lime cordial, meridian, orange squash, pear juice, Red 5 squash, rocks
This post was written by Yzanne