Flavour Bombs

Quite possibly the tastiest organic sparkling drinks in the world. These little flavour bombs are set to create quite a bang.

Our range of exquisite and refreshing organic sparkling drinks are available in White Grapefruit, Bitter Lemon, Red Grapefruit, Blood Orange and Blackcurrant.

To create them, we searched for the world’s tastiest organic fruit, squeezed the juice and mixed it with pure spring water and organic fair trade sugar.

“When we first tried them we knew we were on to something, they just blew our taste buds away,” says Simon.

“We wanted to create the best organic sparkling drinks we possibly could and we’ve spent the last two years looking for the juiciest, most intensely flavoured organic fruit we could find. Each bottle is full of the natural flavour of the fruit balanced with organic cane sugar and pure spring water.”

The organic fruit has been grown with care and without the use of chemicals to taste just as it should, and the juicing process extracts every element of flavour including the oils from the skin and the pith of the citrus fruits to create the most rich and intense taste.

“We’ve thought hard about all the ingredients and the other elements that make the fruit and flavours really sing, right down to the curvy bottle and typography,” he says.

To create the carefully crafted, ‘Sound of Music’ inspired type on the bottle, we worked with expert Australian typographer Luke Lucas, based in Sydney.

A deep purple beauty, Blackcurrant is ‘a taste explosion the like of which you haven’t felt in years.’ The blackcurrants are grown in the Canterbury Plains in New Zealand, where they thrive in the cold winters, mild summers and exceptional soil. These little luscious berries impart a sharp, sweet, and intense earthy flavour. 

Tarter than your average orange, Blood Orange has a strong orange flavour but with definite bite. The bottle assures it will ‘administer a life-affirming explosion of sensory shock and awe.’ It is made with juicy Arancia Rossa blood oranges from the North-East coast of Sicily.

As if lemons weren’t bitter enough, All Good’s Bitter Lemon is strong and sharp, ‘designed to quench your thirst, lift your spirits and dance on your tongue.’ The bitter lemons are grown in the scorching Negev desert – home of Arabian leopards and some of the world’s best bitterest lemons.
 
The sourer side in the grapefruit family, White Grapefruit is ‘sweet and mouth puckeringly sour’ and ‘will blast your taste buds into next week.’ While it’s sweeter cousin the smaller ruby Red Grapefruit promises a ‘sensory overload that’ll blow your taste buds and your mind,’ will ensue. The white grapefruits hark from Israel’s deliciously fertile Shephelah lowlands while the red grapefruit comes from Dan in northern Israel.

The Fairtrade sugar in the All Good & Sparkling drinks is better because it’s organic, derived from 100 percent evaporated juice of sugar cane and processed with a single crystallisation process that preserves its natural flavour. It’s not processed with sulphur or bleached like conventional sugar, which keeps things nice and clean and green and tasting delicious.

Available in NZ, Australia, Macau, Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong
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