Submitted by Lauren Thomas
As the days get longer and the warmer Spring weather sets in, enjoy the taste of Italy with Luscombe organic Sicilian Lemonade. Intensely flavoured, this traditional still lemonade is packed with the finest Sicilian lemons rounded off with an indulgent splash of Madagascan vanilla.
Delightful served with Mediterranean dishes such as pasta with roasted tomatoes and grilled garlic chicken, it’s ideal for relaxed meals around the garden table with family and friends. Alternatively, a sprig of an earthy herb adds a savoury twist to this zingy and flavour-packed traditional lemonade. Sicilian Lemonade is available in a box of 12 x 27cl bottles £21.30 or a sharing box of 6 x 74cl bottles, £22.00 from luscombe.co.uk.
Sicilian Lemonade was one of the first drinks Luscombe’s founder, Gabriel, developed when he set up Luscombe Drinks after returning to the family farm from time living in Sicily. He was inspired to recreate the thirst-quenching tang of homemade fresh lemonade that’s served across the island and that he had so enjoyed during his travels. Luscombe has been sourcing their organic Sicilian lemons from Antonella in Palermo for over ten years now, with the lemons harvested in mid-March. Gabriel took years to find an organic Sicilian lemon grove that produced lemons with the perfect balance of sweet acidity. It’s what makes Luscombe’s organic Sicilian Lemonade so popular with leading chefs and restaurants across the country.
Recently awarded a Royal Warrant, Luscombe has been producing beautifully crafted drinks on a farm in Devon since 1975. The range now includes organic fruit juices, crushes, bubblies, tonic waters and mixers plus a traditional organic Devon cider. Founder and owner, Gabriel David, has become renowned for his pursuit of perfection and no compromise approach to creating an elegant and multi award-winning range of drinks that use the very finest organic ingredients and Dartmoor spring water.
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