PUBLISHED: 12:55 26 June 2014 | UPDATED: 13:19 30 August 2017



Cornish juice company Helford Creek has juices and cyders for every occasion

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Award winning apple juices and cyder produced on an idyllic 18th century farm near the Helford River. Registered with the 'Made In Cornwall' scheme.

Dining out in Cornwall can be even more enjoyable when there are Helford Creek Apple Juices on the table. Ideal for weddings, parties, dining or just as an everyday delicious drink on a hot summers day. Ideal as a non-alcoholic alternative.Using local orchards for blends such as Trerose or Larke and the more traditional varieties such as Cox's, Russetts and Bramleys, there is a juice for everyone, with delicious, mellow, Apple and Pear Juice or fruity Apple and Raspberry Juice, or if you prefer something with a hint of lemon then the Elderflower Pressé is for you. Made from elderflowers picked by hand, in peak condition, it is a most refreshing drink splashed with a slight frizant - perfect for those summer days.

If you fancy something a little stronger, then there is Helford Creek Medium sparkling Cyder, made from Cornish Cyder Apples grown on the farm and local small orchards. At 6.5%, with a strong apple flavour, made without the use of sulphites and using its own natural yeast, it really is a superb cyder not to be missed. All our drinks are best served chilled and kept in the fridge once opened.

Helford Creek Juices are available in farm shops, delis, cafés and restaurants throughout Cornwall and also London at places such as Kew Gardens, the National Gallery Café and In the Park - St James. The drinks are available in two sizes - 250ml and 750ml.

Visit our website to make an online order, or meet us at one of the shows we attend, such as the Royal Cornwall Show, Stithians Show and Helston Farmers' Market every first Saturday in the month 9.30am - 1.30pm.

Helford Creek

Mudgeon Vean

St Martin



TR12 6DB

Tel: 01326 231341

Facebook: Helford Creek

Twitter: @helfordcreek

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