Friday night, just after work was best night to have a catch up with my friends. We decided to have few glasses of Babycham.
If you like sweet alcohol, you will like this.
I'm going to get another bottle!
Babycham, the original girl’s party drink, is making a comeback this festive season! The sweet, refreshing perry that launched in 1953 is still sparkling over 60 years on and is guaranteed to bring a touch of retro nostalgia to any Christmas party.
Having launched in 1953, Babycham captured the celebratory mood of the post-war era and was the first alcoholic drink to be marketed directly at women. At that time, women were only just allowed into bars and the light, sweet sparkling drink was fun and lively and something that they could call their own. Even the iconic coupe-style glass it was served in felt glamourous and it gave women the chance to experience a champagne-style drink without the expensive price tag.
Since then, Babycham has continued to be a firm favourite of women of all ages and holds a nostalgic place at many a Christmas party or soiree. Still bottled, as it was in the 1950s, with the iconic fawn on the front, Babycham is best served ice cold.
So it’s time to get in the Christmas groove with this retro blast from the past because Babycham, the original girly drink, is ready to party!
Price for this large popping cork style bottle is £3.49 (Asda, Tesco, B&M)