Submitted by Emilie Morris.
Crafted to be enjoyed as a soft drink or mixer, Luscombe Rhubarb Crush is a lightly sparkling blend of organic Rhubarb, Madagascan vanilla and soft Devon spring water. Available in a box of 12 x 27cl glass bottles, for £26.50 from luscombe.co.uk.
Luscombe Rhubarb Crush is fresh and bright, with the tartness of the rhubarb tempered by the soft sweetness of vanilla. As well as organic rhubarb juice, the ingredients of this gently sparkling drink include organic blueberry juice, organic Madagascan vanilla extract and organic lemon oil. Its colour is subtle yet eye-catching, an enchanting soft pink. With a calorie count of less than 60 calories per bottle, it’s one for all to savour.
Enjoyed in many ways, Luscombe Rhubarb Crush is delightful over ice and the perfect serve for celebrating in style at upcoming street parties, tea parties and picnics in celebration of His Majesty King Charles III’s coronation.
Exquisite in mocktails and cocktails and served well chilled, Luscombe Rhubarb Crush is a delightful alternative to Champagne or Prosecco and a beautiful accompaniment with food. When drink pairing with a meal, the general rule is to choose the fruit ingredient that partners best with what you’re eating. On this principle, refreshing Luscombe Rhubarb Crush is delicious as an accompaniment to rich tasting foods such as pork, duck and oily fish as well as spicy cuisines, such as Asian.
Luscombe is proud to be the first drinks brand to have gained organic accreditation from the Soil Association and, like all of the drinks in the range, Rhubarb Crush contains no artificial additives, sweeteners or concentrates.
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, is 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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