Naturally, we are best known for our milk, but nothing hits the spot in summer like one of our cold, refreshing summer drinks.
Lebanon, CT (PRWEB) April 12, 2013
You don’t have to wait until summer to enjoy The Farmers' Daughters’ Summer Beverages from The Farmer’s Cow. The popular seasonal drinks are back and now available at grocery stores, local farm stands and farmers markets throughout Connecticut. The Farmers' Daughters’ Summer Beverages are also available for retail sale at The Farmer’s Cow Calfé & Creamery in Mansfield along with the full line of The Farmer’s Cow products.
The Farmer’s Cow line of Summer Beverages includes its own original recipes of Iced Tea, Lemonade, Strawberry Lemonade, and ‘Mixed Together’ (Half Lemonade & Half Iced Tea). All recipes are blended and bottled in Connecticut with all-natural ingredients and no high fructose corn syrup or preservatives.
“Naturally, we are best known for our milk, but nothing hits the spot in summer like one of our cold, refreshing summer drinks,” says Robin Chesmer, Managing Member of The Farmer’s Cow. “The not-too-sweet taste is just right over ice or even better as a float with a scoop of our ice cream.”
The Farmers' Daughters’ Summer Beverages are available in half gallons and single serve 14 oz. bottles. Customers can visit http://www.thefarmerscow.com to learn more and find out where The Farmer’s Cow products are sold and served in their local area.
For more information, call (866) 355‐COWS, or email farmers(at)thefarmerscow(dot)com.
About The Farmer’s Cow
The Farmer’s Cow is a group of six Connecticut dairy farms that produces fresh, local milk, half & half, heavy cream and ice cream for Southern New England. The Farmer’s Cow dairy products are pasteurized the “traditional way” and are never ultra‐pasteurized. The members of The Farmer’s Cow do not use Artificial Growth Hormones (rBST) on any of their cows. They also sell Connecticut‐sourced, all‐natural eggs, apple cider, seasonal beverages and coffee. The Farmer’s Cow’s mission is to promote Connecticut agriculture and show that “Local is Fresh