Bart Cart Envy with Belvoir
We made it to Wednesday! Three cheers for us! I don't know about you, but my week has been pretty busy and it's only going to get busier! It's got me thinking about cocktails and the weekend already. Anyone else need a drink? Keep reading and I'll give you a great option to try tonight!
Belvoir Fruit Farms is based out of the UK and specializes in natural, delicious drinks that are full of real fruit juices and fresh spring water. Not to mention the packaging is downright adorable. Each drink contains masses of fresh pressed fruits, freshly-picked flowers (um, yes please) and cooked spices so they taste deliciously real and they dilute up to 1:10 which means they are ready for a little booze anytime you are! They’re perfect for pouring into pitchers and sharing with friends, or you can be selfish (it's okay, we all need a little "me time").
These drinks come in a variety of flavors as well as bottling options, so be sure to check out their site! I love stocking my bar cart with these single-serve pressé bottles, ready at the waiting for some cocktail magic.
It's so hard to capture the beauty of these bottles, but I am obsessed with their floral accents. The back of the labels are printed with beautiful floral patterns that peek from behind the glass. They are adorably whimsical, with an almost Alice in Wonderland flair – the tops of the caps read "drink me chilled" in script type.
Need a little inspiration? Belvoir has tons of drink recipes on their site, all using their delicious cordials and pressés. I whipped up an Elderflower Gin Fizz the other day and it was so light and refreshing. Here's what you'll need:
- 35ml Gin
- 3-4 Raspberries (I may have skipped these altogether)
- 10ml lime juice
- 125ml Belvoir Elderflower Pressé
- Glassware: Belvoir Higball
Thank you so much Belvoir for sponsoring this post! My bar cart has never looked prettier and my cocktails have never been sweeter! Keep a lookout for these little pretties next time you're in the grocery store wandering the drink isle! Cheers!