Gran Stead's recent press coverage

Gran Stead's drinksThe following are snippets taken from a variety of recent articles in the press about Gran Stead's drinks.



“It works equally well as a mixer with Whisky but I've been having it straight or on the rocks. Boy is it fiery. Certainly packs a punch ...”
(Fiery Ginger)
Foodiequine

"Thirst quenching and very easy to drink – both drinks are a little taste of the summer to come. The Traditional Still lemonade is not too sweet, extremely lemony and moreish without becoming sickly. The Lemonade with ginger is more grown up and has a gentle warming kick which became more intense if you gulp it back. I’d recommend both for a picnic.”
Victoria Stewart, London Evening Standard

“This tastes just like fresh homemade lemonade and we loved the kick of ginger! Light and refreshing this really is a joy to drink.”
Fab Food 4 All

“Gran Stead’s Still Lemonade with a Zing of Ginger is a proper old-fashioned cloudy lemonade with the slightest tang of ginger. Just the thing for a hot day.”
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“We wish our Grans had made drinks like (Light and Fiery). Sweet and smooth but with enough fiery spice to kick you into the New Year, Gran Stead's will warm every cockle you've got.” 
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“Spice up your Barbecue or picnic this summer with Gran Stead’s Light and Fiery Ginger Wine or Lemonade with a Zing of Ginger.”
Sussex Society

“Gran Stead’s refreshing new drink (Still Lemonade with a Zing of Ginger) is just like Grandma used to make.  It has plenty of tart lemon, a softening layer of sweetness and just a lift of ginger.”   
Good Food Magazine

“Add festive cheer to Christmas puddings and mince pies with Gran Stead’s Non-Alcoholic Ginger Wine.  Alternatively its rich, warming taste is perfect to serve with mince pies.” 
Kitchen Angels

“If you want a drink that’s a little different and could also help I the fight against morning sickness, why not try Gran Stead’s Non-Alcoholic Ginger Wine.  It’s delicious …”
I’m Pregnant

“Sip the non-alcoholic Ginger Wine from Gran Stead through crushed ice for a cool and refreshing drink or, our favourite idea, pour into lolly moulds to make grown-up ice pops.” 
BBC Easy Cook

“Wow!  This subtle, sweet and warming drink is delicious neat or diluted with hot water for a real immune-boosting beverage.”
Spirit and Destiny (Gran Stead’s Ginger Wine)

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