PERRIER SPARKLES UP SUMMER
August 1, 2017
With a much-anticipated relaunch into the UK, Perrier is back with two new fantastique flavours this Summer.
Perrier, the world’s best-known sparkling water, is back in town this Summer to bring an extraordinaire new twist to the much-loved original with the launch of two new fruity flavours. Effortlessly combining the bold bubbles and invigorating taste of Perrier’s original sparkling water, with a surprising new squeeze of natural fruit flavours, Perrier’s new range is the ultimate modern take on a French classic.
Perrier’s new flavours which include Green Apple and Lemon, are the perfect alternative to sugary soft drinks, offering that fabulous fruit flurry without any of the nasties. Containing just two ingredients, and only two calories, Perrier Flavours are perfect on-the-go, keeping you refreshed and refuelled between your spin class, early morning breakfast meeting, and beyond.
Perrier is back and bigger than ever as the brand relaunches into the UK, bringing some of that off-beat, French je ne sais quoi to the drinks aisle. Boasting a 150-year legacy, Perrier and its iconic green bottle, are celebrating a return to the UK with its first expansion into flavoured water.
Perrier is stocked at Asda, Co-op, Ocado, Waitrose, Costco (Nationwide).
In 1863, the PERRIER saga began: bubbles taken from a French spring were bottled, ready to satisfy people’s thirst. In 1898, Dr. Louis Perrier became the owner of the spring, which would later take his illustrious name.
Why not try one of these delicious recipes:
Perrier Lemon Fizz
1. In a cocktail shaker 3/4 full of crushed ice, pour in the juice of half a lemon, then add 3 to 4 teaspoons of cane sugar syrup (and the gin)
2. Shake and finish with half a cup of PERRIER® lemon
Perrier Apple Cinnamo
1. Fill a cocktail shaker 3⁄4 with ice and then add 20 ml (0.7 fl. oz.) of lemon juice and 10 ml (0.3 fl. oz.) of cinnamon flavoured syrup.
2. Shake well and top up with 120 ml (4 fl. oz.) PERRIER® Apple
3. Pour over a glass full of crushed ice.