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Elfie® is a new brand of grown-up drinks from the Countryside. Traditional soft drinks with an enchanting twist of Herbal and Botanical extracts, for an adult palate.

With flavours like Raspberry, Rhubarb, and Elderberry, our recipes also include some surprising folklore favourites you may not instantly recognise. We love our Elfie,  and we’re confident you’ll love the taste too.

100% Natural, No Alcohol, No added sugar.

The name “Elfie” comes from the use of folklore ingredients.  It didn’t come from the pun with healthy, but at only 50 calories a bottle, (- less than half the calories of a standard* glass of wine),  no alcohol, no fizzy gas, no added sugar and no artificial anything; Elfie is certainly a healthier choice.

Elfie’s recipes come from an innocent time when Elves and Fairies roamed the Woodlands, Moors and Meadows of Ancient Britain, and everyone believed in the power of herbs, spices and perhaps a little bit of magic too.  Even today, magical stories like Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and Game of Thrones carry a special place in our hearts. In the countryside, you can still sometimes catch a fleeting glimpse or scent of Elfie – she is light and breezy, a breath of fresh air,  with perhaps a hint of spice.

Do you believe in Elfie?

 

 

For more on Elfie~Drinks, or just to follow our progress as we take this leap into the big wide world of grown-up drinks, then please feel free to get in touch:

twitter:-         @Elfie_Drinks
facebook:-   ElfieDrinksCo
email:-            Elfie@elfiedrinks.co.uk

*A standard 175ml glass of wine contains 126kCal. Source= NHS.UK\Livewell

Woodland Elfie

These are the woodlands at Hogspudding Lane.  With carpets of bluebells and wild garlic,  and a meandering stream,  it’s easy to become enchanted. Just keep an eye out, because Nature is watching you too
Image of a woodland face peeping round a tree

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Enchanting Little Drinks

It may be winter in the meadows , but inside here’s a  first glimpse of these enchanting little drinks…..

Elfie Drinks _ through the letterbox

We think these kitchen samples taste great.
Next step is to get some pilot-line samples made, and  let real people try them!

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Line up the Elfie Shots!

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Friends of Elfie

About Elfie

Elfie is a range of enchanting drinks from the British Countryside

We may be small, but we know what we’re doing, and we have
big plans for the future.

If you’d like to know more about Elfie~Drinks, then please enter your details onto the contact form on our home page…

or get in touch directly

 

Elfie Drinks Co
Limeway Cottage
Hogspudding lane
Newdigate
Surrey             RH5 5DS

email:     elfie@elfiedrinks.co.uk
twitter: @Elfie_Drinks
facebook: ElfieDrinksCo

 

 

We hope you’ll enjoy tasting your first Elfie Drink soon .

 

 

 

 

 

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The Sleeping Maiden image on front page is a sculpture by Pete and Sue Hill at the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Cornwall.  Photo by John Crawshaw.
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