Thursday, 18 December 2014

Heartsease Farm Drinks giveaway


Heartsease farm drinks are perfect for the teetotaler, for lunch boxes and parties.With the christmas festivities  these are great for serving to the non alcoholic drinkers as an alternative to wine.. They drinks are made from light sparkling spring water blended with natural flavours and fruit juices. The 425 ml glass bottles look smart and the drinks come in 6 delicious flavours.Elderflower Pressé, Traditional Lemonade, St Clements Pressé, Raspberry Lemonade and British Blackcurrant Crush and Fiery Ginger beer. The drinks contain no artificial flavours, colours or sweeteners.


I tried the Elderflower Pressé, British Blackcurrant Crush and Fiery Ginger beer, my family loved all of the flavours but the blackcurrant crush was voted the best.
As always so that  citrusspice readers can sample these drinks too I have a giveaway for three bottles to one lucky winner.

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130 comments:

  1. I think strawberry rhubarb would be interesting to try.

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  2. Lemon and lime.

    Rachel Craig

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  3. Would love to try the traditional.lemonade, beautifully sharp and refreshing

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  4. I would like apple and grape as I think they would make a great combination.

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  5. blackcurrent or strawberry

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  6. I think raspberry would be pretty peng

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  7. Strawberry would be ace x

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  8. The Traditional Lemonade would be yummy!

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  9. Mango and passion fruit - not sure how easy they would be to grow in Britain, though! ;)

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  10. Apple and pear (@bexallum)

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  11. strawberry and rhubarb - I made jam with this combination and it was a really good flavour

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  12. I'd like to try an elderberry flavour

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  13. raspberry and strawberry

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  14. Rhubarb and strawberry :)

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  15. I'd like to try kiwi and pineapple

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  16. Michael Saunders1 January 2015 at 10:41

    Pineapple

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  17. Blackberry and Apple

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  18. I'd love to try the St Clements Pressé :)

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  19. passion fruit and pomegranate

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  20. I#d really like to try St Clements Pressé

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  21. pomegranite and raspberry

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  22. Mango all the way!

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  23. Strawberry and banana would be interesting.

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  24. Lychee and lemon. I think that the lemonyness would balance out the sweetness of the lychee and make a lovely fragrant drink.

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  25. Blueberry and Apple

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  26. strawberry

    trevor linvell

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  27. Maria Jane Knight4 January 2015 at 13:17

    Cranberry & Raspberry

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  28. strawberry and kiwi

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  29. Ian Summerscales4 January 2015 at 17:06

    Dandelion & Burdock

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  30. Cranberry & lime

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  31. Any kind of passionfruit combinations :)

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  32. Love mango or passionfruit. (tasha patterson)

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  33. rhubarb would be nice and different

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  34. strawberry and lime

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  35. Watermelon and lime

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