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Saturday, 18 January 2014

Pixley Berries Cordial Review



In the summer it’s nice to have refreshing soft drinks but I prefer to serve soft drinks that are low in sugars and made from fresh fruits rather than concentrates with additives in them. Pixley Berries cordials are made from fruit juices, sugar, and water. They are completely free from additives and preservatives and are not made from concentrates.The cordials come in three flavours blackcurrant, cranberry and apple and blackcurrant and raspberry.
Pixley Berries sent me the Cranberry and Apple flavour to sample. I tried it diluted with ice cold still water and also tried it by diluting it with ice cold sparkling water. I definitely preferred mine with the sparkling water.You could taste the cranberries and the sweetness of the apple which left a pleasing sensation on the palate.
All the berries used in the cordials are carefully selected from suppliers and pressed to retain the flavours of them. Each bottle will provide 12 servings .The cordials are perfect for making mocktails, cocktails or even added to fruit salads and used as flavourings. They are available to purchase from Waitrose and online.

Thank you to Pixley Berries for sending me a bottle of the Cranberry and Apple cordial to try, all the views and opinions expressed  in this post are my own.

15 comments:

  1. I love cordials, never came across this one though. Looks like a fancy coctail! ;)

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  2. Loved the combination of apple and cranberries in form of the cordial.
    Deepa

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  3. Yum - sounds good. Love the combination of cranberries and apple...

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  4. What a PRETTY bottle and such a pretty name too! I LOVE cordials and always have them to hand in the pantry!

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  5. At this time of year, it's nice to add hot water to cordials - that's how I tend to drink them anyway.

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  6. This looks lovely! Really nice presentation of the drink too, no one would mind this instead of a boozy cocktail!

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  7. Oh I do like a good cordial and that one looks real good!

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  8. I love cordials too esp when they are such a pretty colour too.

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  9. This cordial looks divine and I like Choclette's suggestion of adding it with hot water. I may add some mulling spices too to turn this into a delicious winter warming drink.

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  10. I have not heard of this one before - I will definitely look out for it though.

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  11. I am off drinking and so is OH , a cordial is such a great alternative and I love fruity tastes!- Manjiri-sliceoffme

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  12. I like the sound of this flavour. I'll have to see if I can find it next time I'm in Waitrose.

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  13. Sounds lovely - will definitely be trying this one :)

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