Rekorderlig launch low-sugar, low-carb cider exclusively in Australia

Swedish cider brand Rekorderlig are renowned for their rich, sugary ciders which remain distinctive in a now extremely crowded market. In a move that seems overdue, they’ve finally decided to expand their brand into the increasingly common low-sugar game with the launch of Rekorderlig Low Sugar Strawberry-Lime, the first and hopefully not last expression focusing on less calories without compromising on taste.

The low sugar, low carb cider sits at 4.0% ABV, exclusively launched in bottle shops across Australia with only 106 calories per 330ml bottle. Retaining the strong, fresh fruity taste that has come to define the brand, it’s definitely worth a look for the summer months ahead, presenting a strong alternative to the low-carb beers that are now lining the shelves daily.

A signature serve of the new expression includes a “Swedish Summer Punch” (recipe below), seeing as now the sugar content has dropped the cider is ideal for use in a variety of cocktails and mixes.

Rekorderlig Low Sugar Strawberry-Lime is now available to purchase at all major retailers across Australia as 4x330ml bottle packs.

Swedish Summer Punch

Ingredients (single serve)

• 30ml Vodka
• 30ml Elderflower Cordial
• 30ml Fresh Lime Juice
• 1 Slice of Cucumber
• 1 Chopped Strawberry
• 3 Mint Leaves
• 250ml Rekorderlig Low Sugar Strawberry-Lime Cider


Put thin slices of cucumber and quartered strawberries into a pitcher or glass. Clap the mint gently before
adding to the mix. Then pour in vodka, elderflower cordial and lime juice. Half fill the pitcher or glass with ice
before adding the Rekorderlig Low Sugar Strawberry-Lime Cider. Stir gently before serving. Garnish each
serving with a mint sprig and half a strawberry.


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Chris Singh

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