food,  review

Cawston Press Rhubarb

I got this drink to try in my monthly Degustabox, and was intrigued from the get go.

Flooded with memories of gathering rhubarb from my uncles garden as a child and dipping it in sugar to eat, I could not wait to get this in a glass and get this down my throat. 

As you can see from the pictures, the juice is not from concentrate and free from artificial sweeteners, colourings and preservative. 

The pictures do look deceiving as the drink appears flat, but it is a fizzy drink, I swear! It’s lovely and refreshing to taste. I love unique flavours like this – it tastes exactly like Rhubarb and Custard hard boiled sweets, just not as sweet. 

What’s your favourite flavoured drink?

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