Tue 17 Jul 2012
I fancy having an old-school English garden party some day. I would have a tent, little café tables, teas and treats, and Pressés from Belvoir Fruit Farms. Belvoir Fruit Farms makes specialty drinks, basically enhanced spring water, but something well beyond what you may think of as flavored water or juice.
About The Cordials, Pressés and Fruit Crushes of Belvoir Fruit Farms: “We make naturally delicious Cordials, Pressés and Fruit Crushes at our home in the gorgeous Lincolnshire countryside. Mary Manners, the wife of our founder Lord John Manners, started making cordials in her kitchen in the Seventies by infusing the elderflowers and pressing the fruit grown on the farm. Since then, Belvoir has carried on the same infusing, pressing and cooking of fresh flowers, fruits and spices, which are then blended with local spring water to make our delicious drinks. We never compromise on quality, and choose only the best ingredients. Everything that goes into our drinks is real and natural with nothing artificial at all.”
As someone who does not enjoy wine with dinner, I think the products of Belvoir Fruit Farms may be a nice alternative for a dinner party – and would make a nice hostess gift. Now only if I can find a local distributor.