Picnic in the Palace for Qcumber

Qcumber News

Qcumber is proud to announce it will be making our first public appearance at the ‘Picnic in the Palace’ event, sponsored by Food Show.

The event takes place at the stunning Fulham Palace; a wonderful Grade 1 listed building, nestled just off the River Thames, and will showcase a number of high-end food and drink products to industry professionals.

The Food Show pride themselves in providing seasonal produce, reflecting their passion for freshness and quality with attention to the finest detail, and we’re delighted to be one of the exhibitors, showcasing Qcumber for the first time.

If you have any questions about Qcumber, please visit our contact page.

What is Q-cumber?

About Q-cumber

 

Qcumber is a new, unique and refreshing soft drink, inspired by the idyll of an English summer.

The effervescent and individual taste has been created by using a blend of natural cucumber essence and gently sparkling spring water, creating the fresh flavour which is Qcumber.

The distilling process has resulted in a fruit based drink unlike any other, providing a cool, refreshing drink that sublimely transports you to a taste of summer.

Made from 100% natural ingredients, Qcumber is free from; artificial sweeteners, colours, preservatives and flavourings; and contains just 67 calories per 250ml.

 

The Ingredient

Quintessentially British, famous as a key ingredient in afternoon tea, cucumbers have been a favourite of the nation for centuries. Technically a fruit, although commonly referred to as a salad vegetable, cucumbers are not only used to make the delicious Qcumber, they also contain an array of beneficial properties.

Famous for the phrase ‘cool as a cucumber’, they can be up to 20% cooler inside than the surrounding air temperature.

Low in calories and fat, cucumbers also contains many vitamins and minerals that make them a healthy choice – such as potassium, magnesium and fibre that work effectively for regulating blood pressure.

Due to a high silica content, cucumbers can help to prevent splitting and spoiling of nails of the fingers and toes, and stimulate hair growth.