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bottlegreen Summer Giveaway.

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My Cybermummy Sponsors bottlegreen have just launched 2 limited edition seasonal flavours of cordial - Apple and Thyme and Red Cherry and Vanilla. They are available exclusively at Waitrose and the innovative new flavours are part of a new alternating seasonal range! 

bottlegreen's new flavours are initially only set to be around for the summer season. However bottlegreen fans can help keep their favourite flavour alive by voting for their favourite on the bottlegreen website here.

bottlegreen have kindly given 6 bottles (3 of each flavour) of these limited edition cordials to giveaway to one lucky Jam and Clotted Cream reader. To enter all you have to do is:
1. Tell me which flavour you would prefer to serve at your summer BBQ?
2. Answers can be left in the comments section of this post, on the Jam and Clotted Cream Facebook page or on Twitter (start tweet bottlegreen @jamandcream)
3. For an extra entry please tweet the giveaway on Twitter or share on facebook (use the handy widget at the bottom of this post) - just let me know you have done so in the comments section.
4. Competition open to UK residents only.
5. Competition closes on Friday 8th July at 5pm.
6. Winner will be drawn on Saturday 9th July

Comments

  1. The Apple and Thyme sounds like a good complimentary drink for a BBQ
    @Bobbity666

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  2. Shared compaetition on Twitter as @Bobbity666

    Thanks x

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  3. Ooh I'd love the cherry and vailla, although both sound lovely.

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  4. Just tweeted too @svmitche

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  5. I think The Cherry and Vanilla would be good for a barbeque - you could do it in a big jug with fruit, like Pimms without the alcohol!

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  6. The cherry and vanilla would be lovely with a pavlova my traditional BBQ dessert

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  7. I am liking thE Apple and Thyme

    @MultipleMummy

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  8. I have tweeted!

    @MultipleMummy

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  9. I've written on FB to say which i like and I've tweeted and followed on twitter..@mummycat111

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  10. i would go for the Red Cherry and Vanilla - sounds fab

    @ashlallan

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  11. i have tweeted as @ashlallan

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  12. mmm apple and thyme sounds absolutely divine .. and perfect with pork sausages too :)

    @clareandtribe on twitter x

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  13. i tweeted too :)
    @clareandtribe

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  14. They both sound yummy! I live in the US so of course cannot participate,but ohhhhh they sound soooo good! Blessings, Linda

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  15. Red Cherry and Vanilla sounds yummy

    @littleboo_21

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  16. I have tweeted competition details

    @littleboo_21

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  17. apple and thyme for me, sounds very refreshing
    @fionamaclean

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  18. Red cherry and vanilla sounds delicious but I think the apple and thyme would be better suited to a BBQ somehow.
    @Choclette8

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  19. It would have to be cherry and vanilla as I love anything with vanilla in it.

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  20. I've tweeted too.
    @Corinathecook

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  21. Oh Def. the Cherry & Vanilla! YUM! I need all the soft drink ideas I can get!

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  22. just fb linked too x

    i'm getting hungry just looking at everyone talking about BBQs! Bacon Cheeseburger for Breakfast? Yes please!

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  23. Think it's a hard choice - but if push comes to shove, red cherry and vanilla!

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  24. Red Cherry and Vanilla is my choice! It'd be perfect as a soft drink option...or mixed with spirits for a cheeky cocktail!

    adaisychaindream(at)googlemail.com

    x

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  25. Red cherry and vanilla definitely. I love cherries.

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  26. Red Cherry and Vanilla sounds devine i could also make it in to jelly or even a trifle ohh lush, so summery and fresh :)
    shared on facebook aswell x

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  27. Read cherry and vanilla sounds great. I've also tweeted @clairie_jones

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  28. Apple and Thyme sounds different but delicious id love to serve this to all my guests at a bbq i love trying to put stuff out that people have never tried before and this would be great

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  29. The cherry and vanilla one sounds lovely :-)

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  30. I would serve the apple and thyme at a barbecue, sounds very delicious and interesting. The cherry and vanilla sounds yummy too, but I would prefer it with sweet food or on its own.

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  31. I would serve the cherry and vanilla but apple and thyme sounds delicious too.

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  32. Red Cherry and Vanilla sounds divine! Have tweeted too @thelovebump

    xx

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  33. Would have to be cherry and vanilla for me :) with sparkling water for extra wow factor!

    Have retweeted as @forestflower23

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  34. Cherry and Vanilla ... for a fruity summer's day bbq
    delish
    @kohsamuirosie on twitter

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  35. tweeted @kohsamuirosie
    http://twitter.com/kohsamuirosie/status/89053183795662848

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  36. Definitely Cherry and Vanilla for me.

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  37. I would love to serve the Cherry and Vanilla one to my next BBQ :)

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  38. Tweeted the giveaway @CoxeeFoxy

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  39. Love the thought of Cherry and Vanilla - my two favourite flavours and a combination I haven't seen before.

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  40. Apple and Thyme sounds delicious, I love apple juice as it's so refreshing and this combination is wonderful and unusual!

    Shared an tweeted as @b_fly77

    x

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  41. I would serve Red Cherry & Vanilla - yummy!

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  42. I prefer to serve Apple and Thyme

    @marzutek on twitter

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  43. I shared on FB as Marzena Szy

    @marzutek on twitter

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  44. Ooh i think apple thyme - would go great with homemade burgers!

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  45. The cherry sounds lovely. Would go nicely with some roasted or salsa flavoured almonds as pre-BBQ nibbles

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  46. just tweeted for you too!
    @susie_white2001
    thanks

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  47. Red Cherry and Vanilla for me please!

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  48. Plus, have left answer on Facebook as Yasmin Selena

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    tweeted as @CelineAnis

    Thanks for the giveaway! x

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  49. I'd serve the Red Cherry and Vanilla flavour - because it'd be sweet, with a cherry on top!

    I've tweeted about the comp (my Twitter name is @Ianthesunlover)

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  50. The winner of the competition is clareandtribe -congrats

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