As part of its ongoing support for the Breakthrough Breast Cancer charity, bottlegreen has developed a special limited edition bottle collection, specifically for the fashion charity campaign, Fashion Targets Breast Cancer (FTBC). FTBC is the flagship fashion campaign of Breakthrough Breast Cancer, a pioneering charity dedicated to the prevention, treatment and ultimate eradication of breast cancer. Breast canceris the most common cancer in the UK with nearly 48,000 women and 300 men diagnosed each year.

Leading the way as the first drink to collaborate with the campaign, bottlegreen joins high fashion partners such as Coast, Warehouse, Topshop and Marks & Spencer for a definitive monochrome line-up. What’s more, for every one of the stylish black and white bottles sold a 10% donation will go to support the charity. Breakthrough Breast Cancer is dedicated to the prevention, treatment and the hoped for ultimate eradication of breast cancer. The charity fights cancer on three fronts: research, campaigning and education, they hope that through this breast cancer can be beaten and fear of the disease removed for good.

With three unique bottle designs to choose from, bottlegreen’s classic sparkling pressé flavours include, elderflower, pomegranate & elderflower and ginger & lemongrass. With its delicate and distinctive flavour, bottlegreen elderflower sparkling pressé is light and refreshing. With the combination of Thai root ginger and tender roots of lemongrass, bottlegreen ginger & lemongrass sparkling pressé gives you lovely fiery finish. And the bottlegreen pomegranate & elderflower sparkling pressé is an great blend of sweet pomegranates and elderflowers. These delightfully sparkling drinks are available until mid May. So you can enjoy the refined taste of the Fashion Targets sparkling pressés and show your support for this worthwhile charity. Bottlegreen FTBC sparkling pressé collection is currently available from Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Morrisons, Budgens and Booths from April, RRP £2.40.

For more information visit the Bottlegreen site and to read about the experiences the women in the bottlegreen community have had with breast cancer, log onto their forum.