Taste testing Five Valley’s Cordials (review)

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Ooh, posh cordial – me

Are you guilty of not drinking enough water? I most definitely am. I drink tea, sometimes cola, but overall I know I don’t take in enough fluids. Unless, that is, I have a really good cordial in the house. The new range from Five Valleys is just the ticket

The Peach and Lychee flavour is deliciously subtle with a pleasant aftertaste and no bitterness, the Pomegranate and Rose variety is clean and sweet with notes of red wine, while the Lemon and Mint has a strong, tart flavour that would be perfect with crushed ice and a shot of vodka (just for the grown ups, obviously).

As well as being unusual and yummy, Five Valleys Cordials are made from natural ingredients and free from artificial flavours, sweeteners, colourings or preservatives. You can really taste the difference.

If you want to try them for yourself, they’re available in Waitrose & Ocado, priced at £3.50 per bottle. You might also want to try Apricot & Ginger, Sloe & Raspberry and Coconut & Kaffir Lime.

Disclosure: we were sent three bottles of Five Valleys Cordials free of charge for review. No payment was received for this post. All posts are 100% honest.

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