Giveaway (CLOSED): Set of Five Valleys Cordials

Five Valleys Cordials

I am a huge fan of “posh” cordials as a grown up alternative to alcohol. not drinking does not mean you need to deprive yourself, and even the most luxurious cordial is usually cheaper than wine.  I especially like the range from Five Valleys, with their very interesting flavours which will pair well with many different dishes.

I have a set of 7 cordials from Five Valleys to be won – with great flavours such as Sloe & Raspberry or Cherry & Beetroot – there will be something in the range to appeal to everyone.

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Win Set of Cordials From Five Valleys

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Five Valleys Cordials

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About Helen

Helen Best-Shaw is a freelance writer, who has been writing about achievable and affordable food on Fuss Free Flavours since 2007. She also contributes articles and recipes to a number of online and print food magazines.

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  1. Tracey Peach says:

    To be honest I would not know which flavour would go with which food. But I would have a lovely time trying them & finding out!

  2. Amelia Kennedy says:

    I don’t drink aldohol and love trying new and unusual cordials/soft drinks. I’d really love to try these out … x

  3. sue hodges says:

    i rubbish at matching drink and food- i just eat and drink what I like! But peach and lychee sounds summery so would go well on a picnic

  4. keshia esgate says:

    Lemon and mint with a homemade cod and chips meal :)

  5. Lemon & Mint: Strawberry desserts

  6. laura banks says:

    peach and lychee maybe with prawns

  7. I’m not great at knowing what goes with what – I would leave that to my husband then I would do the drinking!

  8. lorraine stone says:

    I see that the Cherry & Beetroot cordial can go into crumbles – yum! It would be fun experimenting with the rest.

  9. I would try the Lemon & Mint with a nice leg of lamb, potatoes & vegetables.

  10. Apricot & Ginger would probably go very well with a nice piece of gammon.

  11. Coconut and Kaffir Lime with a mild vegetable curry.

  12. frances hopkins says:

    Very nice!!

  13. Paul Wilson says:

    I’d try the Lemon and Mint with my turkey christmas dinner.

  14. i have tried cherry and beetroot and loved

  15. I’d love to try the Peach and Lychee one, but I’m not entirely sure what it might go with! Perhaps it’d be nice in summer, with a Peach, Raspberry and Lychee Pavlova. :)

  16. Hmm,, I’m not really sure I believe in matching drinks with food, but I would like to try the Peach and Lychee one.

  17. Mark Palmer says:

    Coconut and lime with curry

  18. paul jackson says:

    cherry and beetroot with a salad

  19. melanie stirling says:

    The cherry and beetroot with a nice slice of chocolate cake.

  20. Andrew Halliwell says:

    ditto, food matching is not my forte… though I suppose the lemon and mint one would suit lamb or fish.

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