Is ‘liquid apple pie’ the next food trend?
Could ‘liquid apple pie’ be the next beverage trend to take Australia by storm?
Melbourne-based business, Those Girls Beverage Co, is hoping so, attempting to spread word of its ‘liquid apple pie’, or hot apple cider, across Australia.
Those Girls Beverage Co was established in 2013 by two friends, Lauren Davie and Elena Andoniou, who decided to start selling hot apple cider after discovering it on a visit to the US.
The drink is gluten free, dairy free and produced in Melbourne with Australian apples. In its original form, it is non-alcoholic but spirits can be added if desired.
“We fell in love with hot apple cider in New York and thought that Australia needs to have this drink,” said Those Girls Beverage Co co-founder, Lauren Davie.
Those Girls Beverage Co Hot Apple Cider can be purchased now from Dan Murphy’s in two litre bottles. The recommended retail price is AUD $14.00.
Cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs across Victoria and New South Wales are also serving Those Girls Beverage Co Hot Apple Cider. The recommended retail price is AUD $4 – 5.50 per cup.
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