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Belvoir Fruit Farms launches Cucumber & Mint Pressé

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Belvoir Fruit Farms launches Cucumber & Mint Pressé

March 15
12:44 2016

Cucumber-Mint_Belvoir-Fruit-FarmsBelvoir Fruit Farms has launched a new Cucumber & Mint Pressé, which is currently available from Asda.

Made with juice from real pressed English cucumbers grown in Kent, blended with aromatic mint extract from freshly picked garden mint, and the floral notes of geranium, this refreshing combination in naturally lightly sparkling spring water tastes genuinely cool on the tongue and fresh on the palate.  It’s the perfect thirst quenching drink for a summer’s day served chilled over ice but also simply delicious mixed with gin or in a jug of Pimms.

Cucumber- Mint-PresséLike all Belvoir’s drinks Cucumber & Mint Pressé is hand made at Belvoir using only natural ingredients with no artificial preservatives, colouring, additives or sweeteners.

Pev Manners, MD of Belvoir Fruit Farms says: “We actually sold a Cucumber & Mint variant back in 2010 called ‘Summer Cooler’, however I think we were too ahead of the game.  The name didn’t explain what was in it, unlike the new product ‘which does what it says on the tin’ and now that cucumber has become such a popular flavour, we believe this improved recipe will be hugely successful.  It tastes fantastically refreshing on a summer’s day but also makes a superb mixer with spirits.”

Cucumber & Mint Pressé comes in 75cl bottles or 25cl bottles.  The 75cl bottles, are available from Asda for around £2.39 and both bottle sizes can be purchased from www.belvoirfruitfarms.co.uk.

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