April showers bring May flowers, but why wait that long?

Spring officially arrived on Tuesday and April is just a few days away.

You likely know the old adage, “April showers bring May flowers,” but this week’s column points out that you don’t necessarily have to wait that long.

As we wait for them to bloom physically, there’s a tastier flower option available that you can consume as early as tonight.

No, I’m not saying you should eat flowers, but you can drink them (kind of) with the new Moody Ales & Co Flower Sour mix pack.

I featured Moody Ales in this column not long ago, as their Lavender Sour is one of British Columbia’s most popular unique sours.

This new and exciting mix pack features a version of that classic, as well as three other creations that will leave your taste buds tingling with excitement for warmer and longer days.

Here’s a look at what you’ll find in this brightly-branded mix pack:

  • Cherry Blossom Sour: A delicate bouquet of rosy aromas with a fruity, cherry-forward flavour profile.
  • Peach Hibiscus Sour: Juiced-up peachy fruited sour with mellow creamy notes.
  • Strawberry Jasmine Sour: Sweet strawberry fruited sour with mellow creamy notes.
  • Raspberry Lavender Sour: Fruited sour with delicately tart and subtly herbal flavours.

This eight-pack of tall cans is easily available for people around the province, as BC Liquor Stores have it in stock at 32 locations.

You can also find it at select craft beer-focused liquor stores around BC.

Josh Duncan is the NowMedia news director and a craft beer lover. Reach him at His beer column appears every Saturday afternoon in this space.

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