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11 JULY 2020 • SATURDAY DAILY MAIL


Food & drink


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Luxury soft drinks from Kingsdown Water


Back in 2016, Kingsdown Water set out on a mission — quite simply to produce the highest quality and most beautifully packaged soft drinks available to British consumers


Te result after two years of


sourcing the very best ingredi- ents, countless recipe trials and tastings, along with painstaking work on bottle and label designs, was the company’s range of hand- crafted


Kingsdown Sparkling


Pressés. Since their launch in 2018, initially in pubs and restaurants but more recently through a range of retail channels, the drinks have established a rapidly growing and enthusiastic following. With summer upon us, Kings-


down is going to focus on the three drinks that it thinks capture the essence of long summer days and work so well with lazy picnics in the sunshine, barbecues with family and


friends, and light healthy suppers around the kitchen table. Kingsdown


Elderflower


Sparkle is made from a refined blend of Kingsdown Sparkling Spring Water and hand-picked elderflowers. Te process starts by infusing freshly picked elderflowers with lemon juice to enhance the wonderfully perfumed flavour of wild elder- flowers. Te Elderflower infusion is then blended with sparkling spring water to produce the most refreshing and sophisticated summer drink. Simply chill and enjoy with lunch in the sunshine, or blend with dry white wine to make a deliciously scented spritzer.


Across the country, the back-


breaking work of hand-picking rhubarb is well underway. Te juice that goes into making Kingsdown


Rhubarb Sparkle


comes from Timperley Early grown on the fertile farming land on the banks of the river Stour in Suffolk. Tis variety produces slender pink stems that are perfect for juice produc- tion. Te stems are pressed to extract the juice, which is then fine filtered to give pure wonder- fully flavoured soft pink rhubarb juice of the highest quality. Te juice is simply blended with Kingsdown Sparkling Spring Water and a little sugar to offset the tartness of the fruit. Te


rest for 15 minutes,


SPARKLING PRESSÉS, VISIT KINGSDOWNWATER.COM AND USE PROMO CODE 'SUMMER10'


TO QUALIFY FOR A 10% DISCOUNT ON YOUR FIRST ORDER.


KINGSDOWN WATER AND ITS RANGE OF LUXURY KINGSDOWN


TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT


result is Kingsdown Rhubarb Sparkle, which captures the very essence of freshly picked summer rhubarb. For the perfect barbecue, marinade a butterflied leg of new season lamb with extra virgin olive oil and rosemary, cook on the glowing coals of a hot barbecue for 45 minutes, leave to


and


accompany with chilled Kings- down Rhubarb Sparkle. Kingsdown sources the very


best British ingredients for its drinks whenever possible, but for its Kingsdown Cloudy Lemonade the team had to travel a little further to Vincenzo Corleone’s lemon groves on the slopes of Mount Etna in Sicily. Lemons are an essential part of Sicilian life and play some part in almost every meal served on the island, from freshly squeezed lemon on rocket salads and grilled prawns


WITH SUMMER UPON US, KINGSDOWN IS GOING TO FOCUS ON THE THREE DRINKS THAT IT THINKS CAPTURE THE ESSENCE OF LONG SUMMER DAYS AND WORK SO WELL WITH LAZY PICNICS IN THE SUNSHINE


to the famous Limoncello di


Sicilia. Signor Corleone’s lemons are the best of the best and produce the most aromatic juice, which blends with Kingsdown Sparkling Water to make the most exhilarating summer drink that goes perfectly with a classic salad nicoise.


T: 01304 381481 kingsdownwater.com


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