Did you know that it used to be illegal to eat an orange in the bath in California? Or that dimples only appear on a lemon’s skin when it’s chilly?
Frobisher’s exceptionally aromatic cordials, bashed ‘n’ bottled juices and spectacular sparklers often feature eccentric curios – your task is to figure out if they’re fact or fiction before finishing the zesty St Clements orange and lemon number you’ve just lavished over ice.
The mind-boggling messages are part of the South West juicesmith’s dashing new look which tells the tall tale of Martin Frobisher. The 16th century explorer sailed the high seas in search of exceptional fruit which he used to create scurvy-swerving juices for his rum-guzzling crew.
Martin’s story may be the stuff of legend but modern-day foodies after ‘courage without the Dutch’ are following in his footsteps and ditching boozy barbecues for sans-alcohol soirées. And Frobisher’s range of gloriously grown-up drinks are just the way to do that in style.
Fancy winning a haul of Frobisher’s new Curious Cordials? We’ve got a bounty of Martin’s quaffable tipples to give away.
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Sap from sloe bushes was used as ink in the Middle Ages – fact or fancy? Hint, visit the website to find out more.