Yule love this range of non alcoholic drinks with the generosity of fine wine
Not every Christmas celebration has to end in a hangover, especially not if you serve or gift the delectable Jukes Cordialities range. Jukes Cordialities is the brainchild of Matthew Jukes, a world-renowned wine taster and writer, with over thirty years’ experience in the international wine trade.
The absence of any seriously rewarding, non-alcoholic drinks saw Matthew create Jukes, a series of drinks that do everything that wine does on the nose, palate and finish, but without any grapes or alcohol involved, and all extremely low in calories.
All Jukes Cordialities engender a similar, satisfying perfume, mouthfeel and aftertaste of a glass of fine wine, by combining fruit, vegetables, herbs, spices and flowers with a gentle, long, cool maceration in organic apple cider vinegar, to extract exactly the right amount of colour and flavour from each component.
The drinks come in a beautiful box, thus just need a festive flourish and a wrap of ribbon to make them the perfect gift for under the tree or attending a party.
Just because you decide upon non-alcoholic this year it doesn’t mean you have to miss out on any of the festivities from mixing Jukes 1 with sparkling water for a beautiful fizz replacement with a long finish filled with peach blossom, refreshing cucumber, top quality plums, tart apples and pineapple husk.
To using Jukes 6 to the perfect pairing to Christmas lunch with its deep blackcurrant and blackberries flavours while layers of complexity are introduced thanks to the red fruit, raspberries, strawberries and plums which give an extra dimension and depth of flavour.
To finish off with the perfect cheese board pairing look no further than Jukes 2, the main flavour themes found on the palate are built on the precise blending of cranberries, sour cherries, blueberries, pomegranates, red apples and raspberries and with the addition of earthy vegetables, fragrant herbs and warming spices.
Find Jukes Cordialities spreading good tidings and festive cheer at the delightful Christmas at Kew Gardens on Tuesday 16 November. Taste the collection of refined cordialities and do a spot of Christmas shopping, with Jukes Cordialities making the ultimate sophisticated gift timed perfectly for drinks parties aplenty and Dry January too.
Jukes is priced at £35 as well as at Fortnum & Mason, The Conran Shop, and top-rated wine merchants such as Jeroboams, Lea & Sandeman, Hennings, Taurus, Loki and Haynes Hanson & Clark in the UK.
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Internationally acclaimed wine writer and taster Matthew Jukes and Jack Hollihan launched Jukes in December 2019. Jukes is a new category of adult, sophisticated drinks, created by Matthew and Jack, in the alcoholic-free sphere. These premium drinks use the olfactory and sensory expertise of a master wine taster, that take the senses to a new and highly satisfying flavour destination. London-based studio Barber Osgerby are the creative directors behind the sleek and elegant packaging of the bottles and boxes. The signature cube box houses nine miniature bottles modeled on an ancient Cognac bottle. Every element used in the design, as well in as Jukes’ production itself, is recyclable.
Jukes is available online at www.jukescordialities.com as well as at Fortnum & Mason, The Conran Shop, and top-rated wine merchants such as Jeroboams, Lea & Sandeman, Hennings, Taurus, Loki and Haynes Hanson & Clark in the UK. Jukes is also served in London at a number of restaurants, clubs and venues, such as Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, Frog by Adam Handling, Core by Clare Smyth, Portland, Trinity, The Wolseley, China Tang, Tate Modern, Oswald’s and 5 Hertford Street, and British Airwaysis serving Jukes 1 and Jukes 6 in their First Class Lounge at Heathrow.
About Matthew Jukes, Creator and Co-Founder
Matthew Jukes is a world-famous wine taster and author, based in the UK, and he has been working in the industry for over 30 years. Matthew started his wine industry career in 1987 at the Barnes Wine Shop in London. From there, Matthew moved into buying for Bibendum Restaurant & Oyster Bar in Chelsea (from 1990 – 2016), winning awards for his wine lists. During this period, Matthew worked for three years on a weekly radio slot for the BBC and Channel 4 approached him to host their TV series, ‘Wine Hunt’. Matthew went on to write ‘The Wine Book’ which was later serialised by the Daily Mail. This led to Matthew being offered the chance to write the most widely read wine column in the UK, in the Daily Mail’s Weekend Magazine, with over 9 million readers each week. He has had this position for 20 years. He has written a further 13 wine books as well as a highly acclaimed weekly wine article for Money Week for over 13 years. Matthew travels widely delivering wine talks, dinners and masterclasses all over the world. With vast experience in all sectors of the industry, Matthew also writes four comprehensive, in-depth, annual wine Reports, on Bordeaux, Burgundy, Piemonte and Australia, which are all published on his website.