Radnor Hills Heartsease Farm Fiery Ginger Beer

Radnor Hills' Heartsease Farm Fiery Ginger Beer

Radnor Hills' Heartsease Farm Fiery Ginger Beer

Category - Soft drinks, carbonated

Available - From this month

Location - UK, off-trade; in grocery channels nation-wide as well as in Harvey Nichols & Harrods, WH Smith and Ocado

Price - SRP of GBP1.25 per 33cl bottles; also available in 75cl bottles and 42.5cl plastic bottles.

UK soft drinks firm Radnor Hills has launched a new flavour in its Heartsease Farm range of CSDs.

Fiery Ginger Beer uses Jamaican ginger to deliver “intense warmth”, Radnor said today. The flavour follows the launch of the Heartsease Farm range earlier this year.

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As summer is finally here, let Heartsease Farm tickle your taste buds with a delicious new flavour, Fiery Ginger Beer.

Made from all natural ingredients, the Fiery Ginger Beer perfects the balance of sweetness with the intense warmth of the finest Jamaican ginger, leaving you with that delightful tingle on your tongue.

Radnor Hills Ltd was founded by William Watkins in 1996 to produce soft drinks at his family farm in Mid Wales. The Watkins family have farmed at Heartsease since 1903. William Watkins commented on his new, premium pressé drinks range saying ‘’Our exciting, new, Heartsease Farm range of drinks reflect the heritage of the farm and our passion for great flavours.’’

Heartsease Farm is available in a Single Serve 330ml glass bottle as well as a larger 750ml table sized bottle for sharing with friends. There is also, uniquely, a plastic (425ml) Single Serve bottle.

Bottles retail from £1.25 and it’s available in selected farm shops and grocery stores across the country as well as in department stores such as Harvey Nichols & Harrods, WH Smith and Ocado. www.radnorhills.co.uk.

Original source: Company Release

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