This October show your support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month by treating yourself to some delicious drinks. Bottlegreen has teamed up with Breakthrough Breast Cancer to turn its gorgeous pomegranate & elderflower cordial and pomegranate & elderflower sparkling pressé pink in aid of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The stylish new bottles will be in store for a limited time only, with 10% from each sale going to help the charity’s fantastic work.
I was sent a bottle each of the cordial and presse to try and I was really impressed with the bottles – they looked so striking and stylish. Due to the amount of medication I have to take I am unable to drink alcohol, so I’m always looking for delicious grown-up soft drinks to have on special occasions or at parties (not that I get to go to many!). The drinks were lovely, so refreshing. The fruitiness of the pomegranates works perfectly with the delicate, floral taste of the elderflower. They tasted really different from drinks I’d tried before, and they were a real special treat to have on a Saturday night whilst watching the X Factor! The bottlepink drinks would be perfect to take to a party as an alternative to wine.
The bottlepink drinks are absolutely delicious, the bottles looked great and 10% of each sale goes to Breakthrough Breast Cancer – a winning combination! Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in the UK with 48,000 people diagnosed with the disease each year. Breakthrough Breast Cancer is a pioneering charity that is saving lives and changing futures, through researching, campaigning and education.
Why not host a pink party to raise funds for Breakthrough Breast Cancer this October. Make some pink cupcakes, put up some pink balloons, and maybe even put a Pink CD on the stereo! Then serve some delicious bottlepink drinks – the recipe for a perfect evening! bottlepink is available from major supermarkets, priced from £2.39.
To find out more about bottlegreen please visit www.bottlegreendrink.co.uk
To find out more about Breakthrough Breast Cancer visit www.breakthrough.org.uk