Ribena Winter Berry Punch
200ml Ribena Winter Spice
200ml Pomegranate Juice
100ml Apple Juice
6 clove buds
2 star anise
1 lemon (quartered)
1 cinnamon stick
1 tangerine (quartered)
Method: Add all ingredients to a large saucepan and gently heat for 3-4 minutes, stirring continuously. Serve in clear glass mug and garnish with a cinnamon stick and orange twist.
Ribena Winter Spice will be available in 600ml (RRP: £1.69) and 850ml (RRP: £2.49) bottles from major supermarkets nationwide from September for a limited period only.
Ribena teams up with top mixologist, Michael Stringer to create a comforting, warming blend for January nights.
With more than two million people across the country abstaining from alcohol post-New Year, turn dry January into delicious January with Ribena's first winter non-alcoholic cocktail - the Winter Berry Punch.
This hot punch - inspired by the flavours of British winter - will help make keeping your New Year's Resolutions a pleasure. The Winter Berry Punch adds a little warming spice to the depths of midwinter, whether you're staying in by the fire or socialising with friends and family.
The delicious non-alcoholic alternative to classic mulled wine blends Ribena Winter Spice with pomegranate juice, apple juice, cloves and cinnamon. The mocktail was created by top mixologist Michael Stringer of BlackLeaf Events to celebrate Ribena's new limited edition Winter Spice squash - its first ever drink designed to be served hot. And this non-alcoholic mulled drink will keep you warm no matter the weather.
Mixologist Michael Stringer commented "For this collaboration I took inspiration from the British winter, the smells and tastes, such as rich berries, cinnamon and nutmeg. I naturally decided to incorporate these into the recipe: basically creating winter in a cup!"
Jo Padwick, Marketing Manager, says "Ribena Winter Spice is the first Ribena drink designed to be served hot and has many of the same flavours found in mulled wine. It felt a natural fit for us to explore ways that we could therefore adapt it into a warming winter mocktail."