Monday, 19 November 2012

Shloer Berry Punch - review.

I love a glass of wine with dinner but sometimes you just need something thirst quenching but still a little bit special!

I was sent a bottle of the new Shloer berry punch to try and its now number one on the Christmas drinks list for both me and the kids.  Deliciously light and fruity this is an ideal substitute to alcohol.

Whether it's enjoyed after returning from a beautiful woodland walk or sitting around the fireplace on a crisp autumnal evening, now you can make your Sunday get-together even better by sharing it with Shloer's brand new Berry Punch.

The limited edition conjures up the taste of autumn with hints of blackberry combined with grape juices; best served over ice with slices of pear and blackberries for a sparkling and fruity autumnal drink, perfect for sharing.

All Shloer flavours contain no preservatives, artificial colours, sweeteners or flavourings. All flavours are suitable for vegetarians and are best served chilled. Refrigerate after opening and consume within three days.

Available in 75cl bottles.

£2.09 (...on special at Tesco 2 for £3)


  1. What is the sugar content? As I am allergic to alcohol I am forever trying to find something that I like to drink - apart from decaf coffee - As a diabetic I can't drink fruit juice because the sugar is so concentrated, I live in hope.


  2. Hi hun, these are the only details i have but i will email and find out for you :)

    Carbonated Water, Grape Juices from concentrate (25%), Glucose-fructose Syrup, Malic Acid, Flavourings, Colour (concentrate from fruit and vegetables), Citric Acid, Antioxidant: Ascorbic Acid.
    Nutritional information (per 100ml)
    Energy 40.3Kcal
    Carbohydrate 9.9g
    Protein Trace
    Fat 0g


  3. That's excellent! with a carbohydrates of 9.9 we can certainly have a small glass of that with dinner.
    I have your book now, it is wonderful. I am already planning to make some of the boxes and things to take the jars of jam and stuff that I have made for gifts this christmas. With the pickled cucumber when do you put that into the pan? I ask because it isn't mentioned after you tell us to wash the salt off. Then it is just the vinegar and sugar that goes into the pan - should the cucumber go in then?
    You now realise that I am a recipe reader - compulsive I'm afraid.
    I love the book and I can see my daughter wanting her own copy too.

  4. oops sorry hun yes its added after step 4 :) Will get it amended in future runs!

    Thanks for letting me know xx


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