It’s a long weekend Hurrah!!! We all know I am all for supporting British made products and today’s review is exactly that. The lovely Hooper’s offered to send me some of their ‘true British’ refreshments to review and before I knew it 12 bottles of their Alcoholic Brews arrived. So who are Hooper’s I hear you ask? Hooper’s came about after William Hooper spent the early 19th century globetrotting and was inspired to create a new range of refreshing alcoholic beverages; from there Hopper’s was born. Proud to be British, today Hooper’s has a range of 4% ABV traditionally British alcoholic brews available in…

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I have been to Byron a few times and did a review of their Camberley branch a while back which you can read here. Alongside their standard menu they have one special milkshake and as part of their One Feeds Two Programme, one special burger. 2 weeks ago an email dropped into my inbox with their new upcoming specials. The burger was here nor there for me but then I spied the Milkshake…… Byron Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Milkshake!! Actual squeals of excitement did occur! Byron isn’t exactly close to me but in the name of needing to try their Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup…

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Most of the vitamin ‘healthy’ drinks are either packed full of sugar to make them palatable or have no added sugar and it’s like drinking dirty dish water. Enter VitHit. The VitHit mission is to make drinks that taste as good or better than their sugary counterparts, all the while adding as much goodness without compromising on taste. Now that is quite the mission.  Coming in 5 varieties, today’s review is all about the VitHit Lean and Green. There is some sugar content to this VitHit but at 35 calories and 6.5 grams of sugar this really is a drop in…

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I first spied Rebel Kitchen Mylks at the Food Blogger Event last year and really liked the whole concept. It wasn’t until I was shopping in Waitrose last week that I came across Rebel Kitchen Mylks for kids on offer for 2 for £4, and thought I would give them a whirl, primarily because they had Banana (why is it so hard to find banana these days?)! Rebel Kitchen Mylks are dairy free, contain no refined sugar, additives or preservatives and are suitable for vegans, those following a paleo diet, and are gluten, nut and soy free. So in a nutshell pretty much…

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Luscombe Drinks are a little UK company down in Devon who kindly sent me their Madagascan Vanilla Soda* to try. I have not come across Luscombe drinks before nor anyone who has put vanilla with soda, and I for one was excited to try something completely new and unique.  Twisting the cap open there was that hiss as the air escaped. There was a slight fizz and the smell of vanilla was instant upon pouring. Soda is naturally quite a dry drink but surprisingly this really wasn’t dry at all, and to a degree quenched my thirst. The vanilla was a…

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