As many of you know over on instagram we have been giving away some cool self care gifts as part of the #staydrytilljuly campaign with the charity My Yard (the whole idea is that if you’ve done dry jan…keep going, you won’t look back once the mindset has shifted. There is without doubt a big trend in non alcoholic drinks, gone are the days when your only choices were tap water, cola or concentrated orange juice.
One of the lovely brands we are working with is premium juice manufacturer James White Drinks, These are what can only be described as sophisticated non-alcoholic drinks
A delicious alternative to alcohol, these thirst quenching drinks will make it easier to stick to your pledges, making 2019 a resolution success.
I LOVE the Zingers, The Organic Ginger Zinger is just Wow…and as for the XTRA Ginger,,,you have to be hardcore for that! Turmeric is definitely having its moment in the limelight and this Apple and Turmeric drink really hits the spot.
There’s also the Beet it range and the James White Classic Range of Apple Juices – I’m finding it hard to keep these for myself as the kids keep nicking them!
This elegant range with a stylish label design offers juices from English orchards: Bramley; Cox; Russet; Apple & Elderflower and Apple & Summer Berries. They make the perfect sophisticated alternative to wine, using filtration techniques borrowed from the wine world.
If you’re partial to a crisp dry wine then Bramley is the juice for you. For those who like it rich and sweet try Russet which has characterises of a dessert wine. While Cox provides a delicious light and fruity taste, as one would expect from Britain’s favourite apple. All feel right at home served in a wine glass, so who will know the difference?
The range is available online from James White Drinks with a RRP from £2.50 per 75cl bottle. Or please contact 01473 890111 for your local stockist or to order direct.
To win a pack of James White Zingers and several other lovely self care prizes including skincare and organic haircare Follow me on instagram @janeyleegrace and the charity @myyard.org.uk
Just share your selfcare tips and use the hastag #staydrytojuly