Blueberry Muffin is the latest flavour to join Soda Folk’s family of American-style sodas. The firm claims that the drink can be enjoyed on its own or as a cocktail ingredient or mixer with gin or vodka.
Managing director Simon Waterfall said: “With summer approaching and the end of lockdown in sight, we wanted to create a drink that was the perfect refreshment for BBQs and picnics.”
Blueberry Muffin Soda retails at £3.75 for a 330ml 4x pack and £23.99 for 330ml 24x case and is available from Hancocks.
Blueberry Muffin joins the existing Soda Folk line-up of: Cream Soda, Root Beer, Cherry and Grape. Each flavour features a different character celebrating an ‘everyday’ person who does good deeds.
The Blueberry Muffin cans have an illustration of Krishna Raghvani who was nominated by a work colleague. The firm claims that she is constantly looking for ways to give back to the community; whether that be through volunteering at homeless shelters in London, raising awareness for Black Lives Matter or organising fundraising events for brilliant causes such as women’s refuges. At the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic, Krishna immediately signed up to help vulnerable people in her local community by delivering prescriptions and helping people with their grocery shopping.
Krishna Raghavani said: “I feel so honoured to be recognised for my charity work and I hope this inspires other people to do the same. Even if it’s doing something small, it can still make a huge difference. I’ve always been involved in volunteering and charity work, but over the past year during the pandemic I wanted to give back to my community even further.”