Saturday, 22 June 2013

Belvoir Products review and Giveaway



I have been enjoying the refreshing taste of Belvoir Presses and cordial for the last few days courtesy of Belvoir who sent me some samples. Belvoir Fruit Farms produce a delicious range of fruit cordials and presses. They are the many varieties available and all the ingredients used for the products are the finest with no artificial flavours, sweeteners or preservatives. The Belvoir Fruit Farms range comprises 16 cordial varieties, 15 presses, 2 fruit punches and 4 still drinks including organic and non-organic. All are  hand produced on the family farm in Lincolnshire and are available from leading supermarkets, delicatessens, food halls, farm shops or via the website www.belvoirfruitfarms.co.uk. Prices start from £3.00 upwards on cordials, £2.15 upwards on 75cl pressés, £1.75 upwards on 25cl pressés and £1.65 upwards for Belvoir Stills.

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Amongst the vast range of Belvoir products some of the finest are:
  • Blueberry & Blackcurrant Cordial 50cl which is made from juicy rice blackcurrants and blueberries and are not only delicious but are full of anthocyanins.
  • Rhubarb & Strawberry Cordial 50cl is so delicious it will bring visions of English countryside to your palate. The fresh juicy strawberries are pressed together with the tart rhubarb to give you full flavour.
  • Cranberry & Raspberry Pressé 75cl-Cranbery and raspberry a match made to go together, refreshing and delicious this cordial is so pretty and pleasing to the eye as it is on the plate.
  • Elderflower & Rose Pressé 75cl-The delicate scented taste of elderflower blends deliciously with rose petals giving this a very beautiful aroma and taste.
  • Cherry Pressé 25cl-Made from masses of real pressed Morello cherry juice this delicious distinctive crisp cherry tasting sparkling drink is a perfect addition to make vibrant mocktails and cocktails.

Thankyou to Belvoir for sending me the samples to try, all the views and opinions in this post are my own.

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217 comments:

  1. elderflower - I grows on a nearby common and I have used it before...

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  2. I hate rafflecopter, and it's just taken me ages to work out how to post a comment!

    I would make apple and elderflower. It's my ultimate favourite.

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  3. Passion Fruit, it's my favourite fruit and you don't see it often without mango, which I'm not too keen on

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  4. Elderflower and lemon (so sharp and refreshing)

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  5. I would use lemon and lime

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  6. Srawberry,Rhubarb and Plum

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  7. l love coconutso l would combine that with a variety of fruits

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  8. Elderflower is my favourite but if I wanted a blend then Elderflower with a hint of Apricot.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  9. Pink grapefruit and raspberry

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  10. elderflower and strawberry

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  11. Blackcurrant and apple :)

    ~Charlotte Ingham

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  12. Mandarin oranges and pineapple. Yum!

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  13. Strawberry and elderflower...yum!

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  14. elderflower and fennel for me :)

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  15. Rhubarb and Raspberry with a touch of Ginger

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  16. Definitely elderflower - maybe with pear

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  17. Chery and raspberry - a delightful sweet and sharp blend

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  18. Damson and Cherry, Fruity sweet - Punchy and fresh.

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  19. Apple, elderflower and ginger

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  20. I'd like to make pear and mint.

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  21. Lime and birds eye chilli

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  22. mango and apple but i also have this craving just lately for cream soda flavour so if i could make any cordial it would have to be that x

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  23. Mango only as it is so tasty

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  24. Strawberry and lime (frances hopkins)

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  25. Lemon and Lime, nice and sharp!

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  26. I would be a Strawberry and lime Cordial

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  27. Rhubarb and strawberry - my two favourite fruits!

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  28. Elderflower and lemon. Just the best!

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  29. I love Strawberry, sweet and flavourful :)

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  30. Coconut and pineapple - I'd basically want to make a pina colada cordial!

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  31. Rhubarb and raspberry, tangy and sweet!

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  32. Elderflower and rose presse!

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  33. rhubarb and Elderflower - lovely

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  34. Elderflower, lime and blackberry

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  35. Strawberry, elderflower & mint

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  36. rhubarb and strawberry. I love the flavours together

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  37. I would use elderflower, lime and ginger

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  38. I'd love to use something from the garden - maybe our apples and blackcurrants or our strawberries and mint.

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  39. I'd love to use something from our garden, maybe our apples and blackcurrants or our strawberries and mint.

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  40. Strawberry and Raspberry

    @tjsi1963

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  41. Rhubarb and elderflower - I had a cocktail with those ingredients in at River Cottage Canteen in Plymouth and it was lush!

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  42. I would make a damson cordial. I love them, and am always looking for ways to prolong the flavour. :-)

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  43. I'd like pinapple & apple they taste so good together

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  44. mango and passion fruit mmm yummy :)

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  45. It would have to be Pink Grapefruit!

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  46. Sweet blueberries and lemon :)

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