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King Bloom: Ready –to– Drink Cocktails

King Bloom: Ready –to– Drink Cocktails

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Here at AfroNoire we love a cocktail, so when King Bloom announced the launch of their ready to drink cocktail range – it had to be said, we needed to sample them! Pre-bottled cocktails have found themselves easily as one of 2015 hottest new drinks trends; with many on the market, very few have the quirky individuality this brand presents.

It’s compactly designed to drink from the jar and recommended to just add ice and shake. The range introduces three juicy flavours including; Ladybird, a party blend of Vodka, Raspberry and Kiwi, Tea Party, a classy mix with a dark side - Gin and Peach with a smooth hint of Green Tea and Blizzard an icy cool Vodka, white cranberry and hint soft warming cinnamon.

I tried the unique flavour combination of Ladybird; a deliciously tasting cocktail, with a generously gorgeous blend of fruits and an added kick of vodka. I enjoyed the convenience of this exciting little jar the minute I twisted the lid open. It appeared stylish and looked like it could make the best drink to serve friends on a warm summer eve at a garden party. I usually don’t always go for Vodka based drinks since it can often taste too strong for me, but I really liked that the fruity flavour was still prominent in the drink even though you could still taste a good measure of alcohol.

My verdict? It’s a great take on original recipes, the quality ingredients makes King Bloom all the more innovative, so it’s no wonder that it’ll probably be a hit on the cocktail market.


Available in a selected number of bars, clubs and retail outlets, King Bloom is also available to buy off trade in stylish pack of two jars. Find out more at: www.kingbloomcocktails.com

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