These Echo Falls Sparkling Fruit Fusions Sound Like Summer In A Sip

If you are heading to your nearest beer garden to soak up the summer rays, or your social calendar is full of BBQs, house parties and festivals, then these sparkling fruit fusions from Echo Falls should be the first thing you pack.

The deliciously sparkling rosé now comes in handy cans and bottles, meaning you can get tipsy while on the go.

The pink fizz has been blended with the natural flavours of summer berries, and it sounds like our kind of drink.

You can either serve this tasty tipple chilled or even over ice and add in a few berries if you are feeling a little bit extra.

Credit: Sainsbury's/Amazon
Credit: Sainsbury's/Amazon

The cans of these alcoholic drinks are available from Sainsbury's at £1.85 a pop, meaning you can pick up a few without breaking the bank.

There is also another flavour to choose from - white peach and mango, which sounds extra fruity.

The drink has been blended with tropical flavours, and it's basically just summer in a sip. These might be a little bit harder to get hold of, as they are currently all sold out over on Amazon.

Credit: Echo Falls
Credit: Echo Falls

The same goes for the smaller bottles of the sparkling fruit fusions, as there is currently none left in ASDA. We know, we're just as gutted as you.

If you're an Echo Falls fan, then B&M Bargains has just started selling boxes of the stuff for only £14.49.

Each of the Festi Falls boxes come with two different vinos - a summer berries rosé as well as a peach and mango white wine - meaning there is something to suit all taste buds this summer.

You get an impressive three litres of wine in each Festi Falls and because we aren't all mathematical geniuses, here's some quick sums for you to show you just how cheap this is...

Credit: B&M Bargains
Credit: B&M Bargains

Each litre in this box works out at just £4.43 and a regular 750ml bottle of Echo Falls wine comes in at around £4, sometimes more.

So, three litres of this stuff purchased in regular-sized bottles would cost you upwards of £16, so buying a box of Festi Falls will actually save you a couple of quid.

Featured Image Credit: Morrisons/Echo Falls

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