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Floreat Sparkling Botanical Wine

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The whole of the green plant is used and is harvested in the summer months. It is often found in sandy soils which are naturally high in silica. The flower bracts are used when first in flower, which can be difficult to harvest as it is a large tree. 50 lime flowers are used in every bottle. It adds a lovely delicate fragrance.

Anne-Marie, Founder of Floreat, worked in the drinks industry for Diageo across many drinks brands and explored the reasons why people wanted to drink alcoholic wine; often this was to relax, unwind, be sociable and enjoy the moment. As a qualified medical herbalist, she then realised that the feelings people were looking for when they opened a bottle could be genuinely provided by the herbs used in Floreat!From the Latin ‘to flourish’, each bottle of Floreat is expertly blended with our exclusive selection of herbs, minerals and active botanicals to create a sparkling wine that maximises enjoyment, eases stress and supports your body. Founders Vaani and Keeran appeared on episode 2 of season 19 of the show, looking for investment in their beer targeted at women, created to change perceptions that beer should only be drunk by men. However, due in part to their high product price relative to competitors, the couple were not able to secure investment from the dragons. When Hannah Saunders walked into the den and pitched her baby skincare business to the dragons tonight, the dragons really admired her entrepreneurial spirit. With three vying for her attention, Saunders eventually decided on the Bartlett/Meaden combo. Uplift and unwind with Floreat Classic. Floreat’s signature balance of herbal and floral extracts is presented with a 5.4% ABV - carefully balanced to create the sensual and social pleasures of wine. Designed to satisfy the most demanding epicure, Floreat Classic is suited to the most convivial of atmospheres.

The RBR legflow is a plastic two-dome shaped object that sits underneath your feet and you perform exercises on it while seated. According to the company, it has been Clinically-tested to increase blood flow in the lower limbs ten fold, and is registered with the Medicines Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA). Other benefits include its gentle mood and vitality boosting traits, it’s vegan, it’s low in calories and yet high in biodynamic botanicals and minerals, and some consumers experience increased quality of sleep due to its low 5.4% alcoholic content. Floreat has been designed to simulate feelings of wellbeing and mindful living - a perfect accompaniment to any spa experience. Every bottle of Floreat sparkling English botanic wine contains 20 fresh organic rose petals, 50 lime flowers and 40 blue violets, along with a pinch of Horsetail and St John’s Wort and 75 Milk Thistle seeds. Plus a mix of ten vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, B and E and zinc and silica. When Anne-Marie was researching the herbs that she wanted to use in Floreat she tested so many to ensure the balance and harmony was right between them. Some of the herbs that have been used include; The story began at Anne-Marie's kitchen table, where she lovingly chose a unique blend of biodynamic herbs. The result is a beautifully balanced bouquet and flavour.

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Gasm Drinks currently produce a range in three flavours, their drinks are the raspberry-flavoured Razz Gasm, plum-flavoured Plum Gasm and a Sloe Gasm, however, despite the positive comments on the product, they left the den with no investment secured.

No, these aren’t “plastic bras for travel” as Peter Jones put it. This is the RBR legflow from Paul Westerman’s company RBR Active, a medical device aimed at preventing Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT). Westerman went away happy tonight, successfully securing Suleyman’s cash for a 35 per cent share of the business. Taking its name from the Latin term, meaning 'let flourish', Floreat is the creation of Anne-Marie Hurst, a qualified medical herbalist. She recognised the global shift towards more mindful living and consumption, and her vision was to create a deliciously sparkling wine, lower in alcohol and calories than existing sparkling wines on the market. Floreat is a sparkling, lower-alcohol botanic wine that’s the first in its field. Our ambition was to create the same sensation and joy you experience with wine but with beautiful tasting premium herbs in a lower alcohol drink. Two and a third glasses of Floreat are equivalent to a single glass of champagne. Floreat takes is name from the Latin “to flourish” with the golden leaf on the bottle symbolising the precious plant ingredients used in every glass. Where did the story of Floreat first begin? Established in October 2019 by two Scottish brothers, Double Trouble Drinks made a brief appearance during episode 3 of season 18. This family run drinks company targets the darts community and were not able to secure any investment from the dragons.This small plant is harvested when the pretty flowers are open, with can be for many summer months. Often found where there is a lot of leaf compost. Kate Darracott and her husband and co-owner Graham Darracott appeared on episode 6 of season 18 and although they left the den with some new customers, no investment was forthcoming from the dragons. For any drinks brands wanting to take part in the programme, they have also created a blog post on ‘ How to apply to be on Dragon’s Den‘. The ultimate inspiration is to make people feel the happiness of enjoying a glass of chilled wine on a lovely summer’s day but with a lower-alcohol content and additional botanical benefits, so drinkers can unwind without any of the unwanted after-effects. What makes Floreat a perfect tipple on our Spa menu? Series 20 has finished airing in the UK in 2023 and I have tried to add any drinks brands as they appeared on the show…up to episode 14! Light and fresh from the first moment, summer scents immediately raise the spirits, sparkles bring a sense of festivity, the crisp and zesty mouthfeel languishes into a complex body with tones of stone fruit and citrus emerging towards the finish. More about Floreat

In terms of creating the ultimate spa experience, Floreat is a luxury wine that complements luxury spas perfectly. At a time where you are wishing to unwind and rejuvenate, Floreat provides a unique way of bringing about these sensations in a lower-alcohol sparkling wine, leaving guests feeling refreshed, calm and content. The family business provide a free-to-use online platform for buying and selling whisky, earning a small commission on each exchange. Unfortunately, no investment was forthcoming on this drinks related pitch, which took place on the last episode of series 20. Former village pub landlord Paul Stanley, failed to secure investment from the Dragons in episode 1 of series 17 for his Cloven Hoof Spiced Rum. The product is made with rum from Guyana and Trinidad and is produced in Chorley. It is a blend of rum made from the wooden pot still at the Diamond Distillery in Guyana where it is part aged in bourbon casks and caramelised, and blended with a lighter column still rum from Trinidad. Then infused with a mysterious concoction of natural spices, including cloves, star anise and cassia bark.Diving through The Independent archives, it appears Westerman actually wrote an article for the travel section about how to prevent DVT a couple of years ago. German-born Max Rüther from O’Donnell Moonshine came to the Dragons’ Den in episode 8 of season 19 to bring his handmade spirits from Manchester, inspired by the bygone age of American Prohibition. The name comes from the leader of one of the most infamous Moonshine gangs in Chicago – Mr Spike O’Donnell. I got bored of selling, cheap mass marketed corporate rum with a fake Caribbean history and standard vanilla flavourings, so I decided to make my own.” Paul Stanley

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