According to the website tasteatlas.com, the four most popular soft drinks on special occasions in the United Kingdom are;
- Dandelion and burdock
- English breakfast tea
- ginger beer (non-alcoholic beer with a ginger flavor)
- Earl Grey tea.
That said however there is a growing trend of new Cordial sparkling drinks and Schloer is one that stands out.
With the increasing consumption and availability of Schloer in supermarkets, it leads to people and parents to ask themselves
Can Children Drink Schloer?
Well in short, yes they can as it’s non-alcoholic. It also doesn’t contain caffeine either.
It is still a soft drink and contains sugar although there are some low-sugar / sweetener-based varieties too.
So if you’re planning to give your child a Schloer drink then do so in moderation, please.
|Pressed Range||Bubbly Range||Core Range||Fruit Range||Light Range|
|Rhubarb and Apple||White Bubbly||Rosé||Crisp Cranberry Raspberry and Grape||Red Grape|
|Strawberry and Lime||Pink Bubbly||White Grape||Tropical Mango and Passion Fruit||White Grape|
|Mixed Berries||Red Grape||Orchard Apple and Grape|
|Wild Elderflower and Grape|
Each Shloer drink uses natural ingredients and fresh fruit to taste so delicious!
Keep on reading to find out more about this amazing drink and chilled drink that’s “Shloer” to have your guests talking about it at your next party!
Does Shloer have alcohol?
Shloer drink is a non-alcoholic sparkling fruit drink that is popular in the UK and other parts of Europe. It is made from a blend of fruit juices and carbonated water and is available in a variety of flavors such as red grape, white grape, apple, and cranberry. Shloer is a great alternative to alcoholic drinks and is suitable for people who do not drink alcohol, as well as those who are driving or designated drivers. It is also a good option for people who are looking to reduce their alcohol consumption. Scholer drink is widely available in supermarkets and online retailers and is an affordable and convenient option for those looking for a non-alcoholic drink.
Flavors of Shloer
Let’s talk about the delicious flavors like white grapes flavor in the chart above! Each of the different “ranges” has its own special method of being brewed.
All of the Shloer soft drinks are blended with grape juice.
What goes great with grape juice?
Try some apple juice blended into it! The pressed Shloer (chilled drink) each contains an apple-based blend to match the grape juice (alcohol-free drinks) that you know and love.
These pressed drinks come in three flavors: rhubarb and apple, strawberry and lime, and mixed berries.
Imagine the delicious taste of strawberry, lime, and grape! All three pressed ranges are slightly dryer than the other ranges.
There are two flavors: white bubbly, and pink bubbly. This type of blend is particularly sparkling – the more bubbles, the more there is to celebrate!
The core range is your best bet if you aren’t feeling too fancy, but you still want some great grape juice.
Keep this in the house for when your children do well in school, when you just had a rough day at work and want to relax a little bit, or just because it tastes so good.
You can get the core range in rosé, white grape, and red grape.
The core is just the simple taste of grape juice with no extra flair – but that doesn’t make it any less tasty than the other great blends!
These fruit fusions are going to taste delicious. You’re going to have some wonderful flavors with these fruit blends.
This is for the most adventurous of drinkers – you have been warned!
The four fruit flavors you get in this range are crisp cranberry raspberry and mango, tropical mango and passion fruit, orchard apple and grape, and wild elderberry and grape finest grape juices.
These great flavors both look and taste exciting!
You look good! Have you been working out and losing weight? If you’re worried about your diet, but still want the great flavor of Shloer, make sure you pick up some light blend!
Have some light red grapes or some light white grapes. You don’t have to feel guilty about enjoying your Shloer anymore!
These flavors come with the same great white grapes taste as their core counterparts, but with fewer calories .
Can You Get Drunk on Shloer?
No, you cannot get drunk on Shloer. It has no alcohol. Look at this great list of dietary restrictions you no longer have to worry about!
- No alcohol
- No gluten
- No caffeine
- Halal – approved
- Vegetarian – friendly
- Vegan – friendly
Does Shloer Taste Like Wine?
Even though Shloer is not alcoholic, it has one thing in common with wine: lots of different options to choose from.
You can also pair your Shloer with your meal, similar to how you would pair red wine with meat and white wine with fish.
Don’t let the fact that Shloer doesn’t taste like wine glass prevents you from serving it at your next baby shower!
A thread on mumsnet.com has two women say that they would love to have some Shloer of any flavor while they are pregnant.
One of these women goes on to say that, although Shloer is sweeter than wine, it is a great alternative to it!
Is there Caffeine in Shloer?
No, there is no caffeine in Shloer.
That is just one of many reasons it is a better alternative to sodas, which often have the same amount of caffeine as half of a cup of coffee.
Now, you can have a drink that tastes great and not have to worry about a caffeine crash later in the day.
Shloer has been in business for over 80 years.
The sparkling juice (sparkling water) is made with real fruit juice. There are no preservatives, artificial colors, or artificial sweeteners.
It is tasty and fun for everyone involved!
While you’re having your children drink healthily, you can teach them too! Bottles of Shloer occasionally change color while people are drinking them.
Since Shloer only uses natural ingredients in their drinks, the color of the actual liquid depends on the grapes that were harvested. Tell that to their science teacher!
With a tasty, healthy, fruit drink safe for pregnant women and children, and appropriate for any sort of celebration, go and buy some for yourself!
They can be picked up at any major supermarket in the United Kingdom and Ireland (like Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Morrisons, Nisa, and the Co-Op).
If the store is out, though, go to your local convenience shop, or even order some online!