For a refreshing, healthy drink for customers why not try selling Thorncroft's Traditional Cordials range, said to be simple in nature and delicate in flavour.
Each cordial recipe is characterised by subtle blends and depth of taste, said the company, with a range that includes Elderflower, Cranberry and Hibiscus, Rosehip and Pink Ginger.
The Elderflower cordial uses the petals of fresh wild elderflowers, while the Cranberry and Hibiscus variety is said to be a refreshing fusion of berries and the flowers of Hibiscus Sabdariffa, which bring cooling, refreshing floral qualities.
The Rosehip cordial, meanwhile, uses rosehips with sugar and a bit of aronia (chokeberry) juice, for added body, while the Pink Ginger is made from real fresh ginger and whole lemons.
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