Ballygowan has unveiled a brand new range of drinks, Ballygowan Sparklingly Fruity. Their new drink is Ballygowan Natural Mineral Water infused with carefully chosen fruit combinations to offer the ultimate thirst quencher this summer.
Ballygowan Sparklingly Fruity is available in three fruit flavours:
• Apple, Elderflower and Lemon is a crisp fusion of flavours. Combining crisp apple with sweet scented elderflower and a zesty hint of lemon, this pop of refreshment is just 23 calories per can.
• Raspberry and Blackberry is a marriage of beloved berries that is the ultimate sweet, summery refreshment. This flavor contains just 23 calories per can.
• Lemon & Mint is a joyous burst of freshness, with zingy lemon and cool mint. And it’s just 13 calories per can!
The new range of drinks are sweetened with stevia leaf extract, each can of Ballygowan Sparklingly Fruity is low in calories (23 calories per can) and sugar.
It is available in single 330ml cans in convenience outlets (RRP €1) or a 6 can multipack (RRP €4.29) in supermarkets nationwide.
Sian Young, Ballygowan Senior Brand and Activation Manager, said: “As Ireland’s number one and most trusted natural mineral water, Ballygowan is always looking at ways to continue to innovate while staying true to the 750 year heritage of our brand. Consumers are telling us that they want to stay hydrated on the go and are looking for more adventurous healthy options. Ballygowan Sparklingly Fruity has been developed right here in Ireland to provide just that, crisp, clean, deliciously fruity refreshment.”
Ballygowan is one of Ireland’s most iconic brands and is the number one natural mineral water in the market. 50 million litres of Ballygowan Natural Mineral water are bottled each year at source in Newcastlewest, Co. Limerick.
In a significant milestone for the brand, Ballygowan began exporting to the UK market last year and is now stocked in outlets all across the nation. It also launched across all major festivals this summer, including the Strokes at London Hyde Park, as part of the Barclaycard Summertime Festival.