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Highland Spring Enters Flavoured Water Category

Highland Spring Enters Flavoured Water Category
April 23
12:53 2014

Highland Spring, the UK’s number one bottled water brand, has launched its first ever flavoured water. Highland Spring Country is a new range of naturally flavoured drinks, blending water drawn from the brand’s organic catchment area in the Ochil Hills, Perthshire in Scotland with home-grown British fruit.

Made with only natural flavours and sweeteners, Highland Spring Country comes in four quintessentially British fruit flavours – apple, strawberry, blackcurrant and elderflower – all of which are UK sourced.

Offering adults a refreshing alternative to other soft drinks, the new range is available in still and sparkling variants and caters for a host of occasions. Still apple is ideal for a midweek lunchtime treat if you are dining at your desk or add a little sparkle to a weekend meal with the light floral notes of elderflower. The strawberry and blackcurrant flavours perfectly capture the taste of summer and would be a welcome addition to any picnic basket or BBQ.

Highland Spring Country will be available in Tesco stores across the UK from 28 April.

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