We’ve Got Great Taste!
Radnor Hills are among the Great Taste winners of 2017
Great Taste, the world’s most coveted food awards, which celebrates the very best in food and drink, has announced the Great Taste stars of 2017. Out of over 12,300 products to be judged, Radnor Hills was awarded a 1-star Great Taste award, which means judges dubbed their NEW Heartsease Farm Strawberry & Mint Pressé simply delicious!
Judged by over 500 of the most demanding palates, belonging to food critics, chefs, cooks, restaurateurs and producers, as well as a whole host of food writers and journalists, Great Taste is widely acknowledged as the most respected food accreditation scheme for artisan and speciality food producers. As well as a badge of honour, the unmistakeable black and gold Great Taste label is a signpost to a wonderful tasting product, which has been discovered through hours and hours of blind-tasting by hundreds of judges.
Radnor Hills carefully concocted a seventh flavour to add to their Heartsease Farm Premium Pressè range earlier this year, introducing a Strawberry & Mint Pressé made with sweet juicy strawberries and refreshing garden mint making this the perfect drink for the warmer weather!
“We are absolutely delighted to be recognised by the Great Taste judges and so proud to be a part of a really successful year of delicious food and drink. Central to our business belief is to create products that look and particularly taste great! With that central core value in mind, we have assembled a team of experts in developing and producing our premium products. Our Strawberry & Mint Pressé is a perfect example of some great ideas turning into reality.” says William Watkins, Radnor Hills Managing Director.
With other flavours like Apple & Rhubarb and Raspberry Lemonade, the company errs on the side of sophisticated flavours, and even has smartly-designed bottles to suit the theme.
The pressés are available in both 750ml and 330ml glass bottles, as well as 425ml premium PET bottles. These creative flavours can be found in local delis, food halls, farm shops, garden centres, pubs and cafés across the country.
Published: 9th August 2017