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New Belvoir Cox Apple Pressé is Simply Sweet Enough

New Belvoir Cox Apple Pressé is Simply Sweet Enough
March 04
09:16 2015

Belvoir Fruit Farms has bottled the crisp fresh taste of English Cox’s Apples to produce a refreshing, sparkling new Cox Apple Pressé which, because it contains no added sugar, is wonderfully balanced without being overly sweet.

The Leicestershire-based company hand makes all its Cordials and Pressés on the family farm using only natural ingredients and no artificial additives or preservatives.  The new Cox Apple Pressé is a first for Belvoir, however, as it contains no added sugar, and instead, a little grape juice provides the necessary sweetness to temper the natural sharp kick from the real pressed Cox apple juice.  There’s really nothing more to it – simply naturally pressed fruit juices mixed with lightly sparkling Belvoir spring water – no sugar, no artificial colouring and no other nasties –resulting in a refreshing, crisply scented Pressé, delicious served chilled over ice.

The Belvoir Cox Apple Pressé comes in a 75cl bottle, ideal for sharing or a 25cl bottle for a single serve.  All Belvoir products are available from wholesalers such as Matthew Clark, Bablake Wines Ltd, Amathus Wines, Hider and Cotswold Fayre or from leading supermarkets, delicatessens, food halls, farm shops or via the website www.belvoirfruitfarms.co.uk.

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