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Plum & Hibiscus

Upon opening, the bouquet that greets you is that of the rich notes of saké and the deep, juicy aroma of Damson and Japanese Ume plums. The decadent, verging on floral, taste of purple plums is complemented by the deep, zesty and almost redcurrant flavours of dried hibiscus - all lifted by the zippy bubbles and green rice notes of saké.   

Slightly tannic - and just the right amount of mouth-wateringly tart - the finish is bright and fresh after the deep, rich notes. A vibrant, bubbly and ultimately refreshing choice.

Sparkling Water, Sake (water, rice, koji), Plum Juice, Botanical Extracts (Hibiscus, Persian Lime), Natural Flavours & Mineral Salts

4.5% Volume | 96 Calories 

All our drinks are made using all natural ingredients and are both Vegan and Gluten Free.

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£18.00 GBP
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Gluten Free
All Natural
Low Calorie
Carbon Neutral
Vegan
Gluten Free
All Natural
Low Calorie
Carbon Neutral
Vegan

Our Ingredients

The Good Stuff

Originally from China but now grown in Japan, Yuzu is a wobbly looking citrus fruit with a sweet, sharp flavour that’s entirely unique. They are sought out for their heady, floral aroma that is slightly difficult to place. 

On the winter solstice in Japan, it is customary to bathe in hot springs with the floating rinds of Yuzu. It is said the aromas relax the body, mind and spirit.

Plum 01.

The refreshing fragrance of elderflower blossoms pair perfectly with Yuzu in this balanced cocktail. Elderflower is a symbol of the English summer - each bud should be picked from hedgerows just as they open on warm, sunny days. 

In ancient folklore on the British Isles, Elder branches are hung above doorways to ward off evil spirits.

Hibiscus 02.

Recognisable by their thick, bright green skin, Persian Limes tend to be less acidic and bitter than other varieties of Lime. They add the perfect freshness to both Yuzu & Elderflower, and Plum & Hibiscus.

In Sri Lankan folklore, limes originated during a fight between two cobra gods, when their fangs turned to seeds and the poison became lime juice.

Persian Lime 03.

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