Monday, 18 March 2013

Five Valleys Cordials giveaway CLOSED


I have been enjoying delicious soft drinks recently courtesy of Five Valleys cordials. Just add a dash of a cordial to your favourite sparkling water or lemonade with a few cubes of ice, add a few berries and imagine yourself by the seaside. If you haven't yet read my review of these exceptionally tasty cordials, it is never late, here is the link.

Five Valleys Cordials have kindly offered a case of five bottles of cordials to one of my blog readers.
If you haven't discovered yet this brand, you are in for a nice surprise.



To win this lovely selection of Five Valleys Cordials, please enter the giveaway by using the Rafflecopter.
Only the first step - leaving a comment (answering the question) is mandatory. All the other steps give you bonus entries.
The giveaway is open to the UK residents only.
One entry per person.
The winner will be selected via the Rafflecopter after the closing date and will be notified after 10 April 2013.

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Thank you for all your comments! The winner has been chosen by Rafflecopter.
Big well done to Helen D!

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59 comments:

  1. I would love to try Coconut and Kaffir Lime

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  2. I would love to try the Pomegranate & Rose, I imagine it to taste like Turkish Delight :)

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  3. I would love to try the lemon and mint, sounds really refreshing.

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  4. I'd like to try the Pomegranate & Rose one first

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  5. I would love to try the Sloe & Raspberry.

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  6. never tried but would like to try lemon and mint x

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  7. I haven't actually tried your cordials would love to try Coconut and Kaffir Lime

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  8. I haven't tried them yet either but i would like to try the Coconut and Kaffir lime first

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  9. I would like to try Lemon and Mint.

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  10. NOT TRIED THEM YET.........WOULD LOVE TO TRY COCONUT AND KAFFIR LIME FIRST

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  11. I have never tried them. The lemon and mint one sounds interesting...

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  12. The lemon and mint one sounds good.

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  13. Never tried them but would love to try Pomegranate and Rose

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  14. i would like to try Pomegranate & Rose,

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  15. They all sound good but coconut and kaffir lime would be the first one I'd want to try.

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  16. I would love to try Coconut and Kaffir Lime

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  17. would love to try apricot and ginger

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  18. i would try coconut and kaffir lime first, not had them before

    anna m
    @ummziyad

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  19. Pomegranate & rose sounds interesting

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  20. The sloe and raspberry sounds lovely!

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  21. I'd like to try Coconut & karrif first.
    Elizabeth Allen
    elizabethallen1234@gmail.com

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  22. i would love to try the sloe and raspberry first

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  23. I would also like to try the sloe and raspberry first, really British flaours.

    @JudeVFR400 Judith Allen allen_judith@hotmail.com

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  24. Have never tried them but would love to try the apricot and ginger

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  25. I would like to try the Coconut and Kaffir, sounds different

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  26. I have not tried them as yet but I would like to try the Coconut and Kaffir first!!

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  27. sloe and rasberry sounds yummy xx

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  28. Lemon and Mint would be my choice

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  29. I think the sloe and raspberry sounds lovely so this is the one I would like to try 1st!

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  30. I haven't tried them yet, but I'd love to try Coconut and Kaffir sounds amazing!!

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  31. love the sound of the sloe & raspberry :)

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  32. I loved their pomegranate and rose, great for adding to home made jellies.

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  33. I havent tried them but the Coconut & Kaffir Lime sounds lovely

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  34. The sloe and raspberry sounds delicious.

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  35. the pomegranate and rose sounds heavenly!!

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  36. Some of those flavours sound interesting! I think I would probably like the Sloe and Raspberry the best but who knows. Hopefully I'll win and can give them all a go :D

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  37. Pomegranate and rose. Sounds like an interesting combination - would love to try it.

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  38. I like the sound of blackberry and apple

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  39. I would like to try the Sloe & Raspberry :)

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  40. sloe & raspberry for me please :) x

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  41. Sloe & Raspberry with a hint of vanilla please. The discontinued one would have been my 1st choice.

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  42. Coconut & Kaffir Lime sounds utterly gorgeous

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  43. I haven't tried them yet but would love to try apricot and ginger

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  44. The sloe and raspberry sounds interesting.

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  45. Pomegranate & Rose looks nice

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  46. Pomegranate & Rose sounds exotic, would love to try!

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  47. I have not tried any yet, but pomegranate and rose sounds amazing

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  48. Lemon & mint sounds refreshing on a hot day! Here's hoping we get some summer warmth soon!

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  49. i have never tried them, but i would love to try Coconut and Kaffir Lime, it sounds delicious

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  50. I haven't tried them but lemon and mint sounds really delicious

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  51. I am lucky enough to have acquired a bottle once on a shopping trip to my local farm market in Gloucestershire !!

    I loved the sloe and raspberry cordial it was divine !!!! and I would love to try some of their other flavours please !!!

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  52. I'd love to try the Pomegranate and Rose

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  53. Pomegranate & Rose would be first. They have some very unusual cordials so I'd love to try them all.

    @jaizduck

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  54. I haven't tried any but like the sound of sloe and raspberry.

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  55. I would love to try sloe and raspberry, but they all sound lovely!

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