Thirsty for something deliciously different, made with care and with only a few quality ingredients? Soda Folk’s got five new flavours for you to try.
And get this! One of you lucky tikichris readers can have two bottles each of all five sent to your door for free.
Pioneer craft soda maker, Soda Folk, has launched five new booze-inspired but alcohol-free flavours. So now in addition to its awesome root beer and award-winning cream soda, the London-based beverage brand produces these five new low calorie/low sugar soft drinks:
Carbonated water, fruit juice, natural flavours, citric acid, 80 calories per bottle;
Carbonated water, fruit juice, natural flavours, malic acid, 91 calories per bottle;
(G&T inspired) Juniper
Carbonated water, pure cane sugar, citric acid, natural flavourings, quinine, antioxidant ascorbic acid, 67 calories per bottle;
(Prosecco inspired) Grape
Carbonated water, Chardonnay grape juice, natural flavourings, tartaric acid, 80 calories per bottle; and
(Breton cider inspired) Apple
Carbonated water, French apple juice, malic acid, 71 calories per bottle.
To be in with a chance to win two 330ml bottles each of Soda Folks’ five new, make sure you’re following @sodafolk and @tikichris on Twitter and tweet the following:
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I’ll pick one winner at random on Tuesday 26 September at 11.30am BST. The winner will receive two 330ml bottles each of Soda Folks’ five new flavours (10 in total) valued at £2.49 each (£24.90 total). To be eligible to win, you need to have an address in the UK where the prize can be posted. Good luck.
About Soda Folk
Soda Folk was founded by Colorado native, Ken Graham, who, when he moved to London from the states, found himself homesick for Coloradan root beer. The FSA crackdown on products with excessive additives led to the banning of American Root Beer imports which largely list Benzoic Acid; Ken decided it was high time he brought craft sodas to our shores, with nothing artificial added, just the best quality ingredients he could find and simple recipes that deliver on taste.
Inspiration for the new range came from Ken’s wife Devon; when she was expecting their daughters Clover and Willa, Ken sought to find tasty alternatives to alcohol whilst they both went booze free for the pregnancies, ever the innovator in the kitchen, Ken got creative in mimicking their favourite alcoholic drinks in soda form. The black cherry and mandarin orange flavours were always in the works for Ken, but after stockists and customers alike requested these varieties, it was a no-brainer to extend the range even further!
Look for Soda Folk drinks at Selfridges and dozens of independent shops as well as on the menu at Byron, The Diner, Red’s True Barbecue and a host of independent cafes, bars and restaurants.
For more about Soda Folk go to sodafolk.com.