Box Mixers mix up natural cocktails

    What if I said you could have the sophistication of a Cosmo, paired with natural flavours?

    Box Mixers announce its new range of zero alcohol cocktail mixers, made from all-natural flavours, crafted to make drinking cocktails at home simple and convenient.

    This range is designed to appeal to the health-conscious consumers, as it’s low in sugar, less than 55 calories per serve, gluten free, are Australian made and owned and are available in resealable and recyclable bottles.

    The mixers are available in cocktail flavours such as:

    • Classic Margarita
    • Cosmopolitan
    • Espresso Martini
    • Mojito

    Box Mixers can be enjoyed with or without alcohol – depending on how it’s served.

    “We know that consumers are seeking out healthier, convenient and high quality food and drink solutions, and we saw a huge gap in the market for a mixer brand that has all natural flavours, is low in sugar and tastes great whether you’re drinking alcohol or not,” says Chilli Marketing Co-Founder, Kieron Barton.

    “Box Mixers are championing the idea that great cocktails can be part of any social occasion, without the need for you to be a mixologist or leave the house!”

    Box Mixers are available from Woolworths online and in stores nationally, with an RRP of $7.50 for a bottle which holds 10 cocktail serves.

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