Monday, 15 July 2013

Teetotalling Non-alcoholic Shloer hamper {giveaway}

 Giveaway
I was not paid to host this amazing giveaway of a Hamper valued at $365 or to write this post, I was gifted 4 bottles of Shloer : sparkling juice drink , to review.

How sad it was I did not receive this Hamper - full of Shloer and Simon Johnson gourmet goodies worth $365 !

For health reasons I have given up drinking wine. Medically it's my choice to be a teetotaller 
or not , I've had 2 x 1/2 glasses in 10 months.

I drink mostly 'under the sink filtered water' for refreshment (and copious amounts of white tea and green tea), sometimes plain soda or mineral water and a lemon wedge; rarely soft drink due to added sugar I don't need.

Shloer is made from  crisp white and aromatic red grapes, blended with the purest water to create a unique tasting sparkling juice drink. Not unlike wine produced from premium quality grapes, though it doesn't taste like the wine I prefer to drink.

As it boasts no preservatives, artificial colours, sweeteners or flavourings, Shloer is an alternative to alcohol and apparently the drink of choice for many expectant and new mums. I can't vouch for that claim.

I do know it's nice to enjoy a 'light fizz' drink of something other than water with my hubby, to unwind. I miss da' vino though Shloer doesn't really taste like wine , I can pretend.

I juice my own fruit and vegie juices but it's not the same in a wine glass..., green foamy and with floaters or cloudy beetroot red.

I enjoyed the Shloer Red Grape, chilled - with pleasant fruity flavours , though I found it a bit sweet it was refreshing. I am too used to plain water. My children liked it immensely.

The Shloer White Grape flavour was my preference. I liked it more with a little carbonated water to reduce the sweetness too.

I think I'd enjoy using Shloer more as the base for  non-alcoholic cocktails and add a zing and zestiness with other mixers.


I didn't even know it has a rich heritage stretching almost 80 years, still based on the original recipe by Professor Jules Shloer of Switzerland!

To win - the amazing Hamper and try sparkling Shloer for yourself

Tell me your favourite mocktail  recipe and/or where you would drink Shloer  - 
I need a bit more variety to keep up with my drinking mates and stay fashionable.

1. Only Australian Residents are eligible to enter.
2. Entries not answering the question will be deemed invalid. The winner will be chosen by originality and creative merit, not by chance. Judges decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into.
3.There is one prize -Hamper valued at $365 as above. [The exact products may vary.]
4. Entries - Open 15/7/2013 - Close 11.59pm 29/7/2013 AEST. Closed The winner will be notified by email, and posted to mylittledrummerboys.blogspot.com.au after they reply - Winners have 7 days to respond or a new winner will be drawn.
5. Prizes are not transferable, changeable or redeemable for cash.
6. Prizes sent out by PR firm directly will not be replaced in the event that they are stolen, lost or damaged in transit.
 
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WINNER : Kate
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