Naturally Cordial Lemon and Raspberry 500ml


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Great Taste is widely acknowledged as the most respected food accreditation scheme for artisan and speciality food producers.


Naturally Cordial is made from whole fruit to a traditional recipe based in Ballinavary Co. Wexford. Our award-winning cordials are not your run-of-the-mill squash. They’re 100% natural, with no artificial sweeteners, flavourings or enhancers. They’re made fresh in our kitchen, never from concentrate. All we add are three simple ingredients – water, sugar and a small quantity of citric acid. we use local fruit from our neighbours and friends, along with organic citrus fruit, to make our original cordials. Dilute to taste by adding still or sparkling water. We suggest using 50ml of cordial with 200ml of water. Try adding mint, ginger or slices of fresh fruit and pour over ice. In winter, add cloves, star anise or other spices and drink hot.

water, sugar, organic lemons (18%) raspberries (9%) citiric acid
Nutrition Value per 100ml Energy 610KJ Energy 144kcal Fat 0.9g Of which Saturates 0.5g Carbohydrate 34g Of which Sugar 33g Protein 0.5g Salt 0.01g

About the Producer

My son asked if he could set up a lemonade stall at the bottom of our driveway. He had big ambitions of becoming rich by selling “lemonade”. I didn’t have a cordial recipe at the time, but I knew a friend who did. It turned out it was her mother-in-law’s recipe and she kindly gave it to me.

So Alex set up his stall and, aided by his sister, sold glasses of cordial to our neighbours. It wasn’t a busy day so unfortunately he didn’t make much money. It did however spark my interest and I started making cordial on a regular basis for our own use. Another acquaintance gave me their pink grapefruit recipe which I also adapted for my own cordial and reduced the sugar content by 50%.

It might all have stayed there as a recipe for ourselves and friends if I hadn’t become involved in the parents association of the secondary school that both our children attend. At the end of summer term each year, we run a farmers’ market fundraiser. I offered to run a cordial stand instead of purchasing soft drinks for re-sale.

It was a huge success and I remember thinking at the time, that as so many parents were involved in the food business, it was actually a great way to test a product and that there could be a business in cordials. About eight months later, I was made redundant from my previous job. Destiny had spoken. Naturally Cordial was born.