Makers of delicious juices

Squeezed from Isle of Wight tomatoes that are hand-picked in small batches straight from the vine for the ultimate flavour and properly spiced for the most sublime drinks.

An Old Boy's Tale

Turner Hardy & Co. is the result of 15 years of lively banter fuelled by Eddie Turner and Hugo Hardman’s love of proper foods and fine drinks, which was always exaggerated by not really giving two hoots about being able to keep up with their neighbours … lucky that!

The intention is to find food, drinks, artefacts and more that are simply special and so they have put together a colourful collaboration of wise and woolly individuals who share their feisty dream, to get the party started.

So here is their first venture, inspired by a poor-quality Virgin Mary served to Hugo in 2015, which started a journey of discovery that landed them on the Isle of Wight where they found a juice clearly created by the gods.

Over many days, weeks, nay months of to and fro-ing with lots of input from our collaborators and guardian angels... Turner Hardy & Co was born...it was now June 2015.

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The Proper Small Batch Juice

A good juice is made fresh from the fruits, not from concentrate, and a proper one is made from fruit that you would travel a long way to eat, let alone to squeeze. When we tasted the tomatoes on the Isle of Wight it was love at first squeeze. This stuff is almost addictive!

The tomatoes are grown in greenhouses located by the sea which from the reflection off the water means that they get more joules of energy from the sun, further enhancing the flavour of the tomatoes. Located right by the sea, protected by surrounding hills and on a latitude shared with the only tea growing estate in England (really) it’s clearly a special place.

The plants are pollinated by British bees; they are tendered daily by hand and they stay on the vine until all the tomatoes are rich red in colour (as they don’t have to travel like those bought from abroad) A fact for you; when they are removed from the vine they will continue to change in colour but they will no longer develop their flavour.

Of equal importance is the sustainability of the farming there. They have created power stations that can run 60% of the island at any given moment. They conserve the CO2 and the heat from making the energy to help grow the tomatoes, reducing their CO2 emissions and everything they work with from the coconut husks to the string for the vines is biodegraded in their own composting plant.

Since 2007 The Tomato Stall have been selling their tomatoes at farmer’s markets, such as the famous one at Borough, as well as in the best farm shops across Britain. When we heard their story and then wandered through the greenhouses tasting the most amazing tomatoes, we knew this love story was going to get sexy.

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GRAB THE ‘ALL DAY’ JUICE

We were never going to settle on just one juice … We drink it all day long moving seamlessly from one to another. This is a range of juices for breakfast, brunch, meetings, lunch, tea, cocktail hour, dinner, the evening and beside your bed … as with all great things moderation is advised but don’t be shy in mixing with vodka for a Bloody Mary, gin for a Red Snapper, tequila for a Bloody Maria and even sunshine beers for a Michelada.

The Lively one

Our original concoction, lightly spiced and just perfect throughout the day whether for brunch, lunch, after a workout or just because it tastes so damn fine.

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The Feisty one

The Feisty One … Intensely spiced … rich, rounded, pokey and consistently perfect as a damn fine virgin or Bloody Mary, Maria, Snapper. A Sunday morning dream ticket.

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The Pure One

The Pure One … celebrating the sublime taste and stewardship of the Isle of Wight tomatoes and should you wish, available for home spicing.

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OUR COLOURFUL COLLABORATION

Along the way we have swooped up some very interesting characters! On our first trip to the Isle of Wight we were guided by a Cheesemaker…

Richard from Godminster (The Feisty One). There we met Paul from The Tomato Stall (The Lively One). Rounding it off we signed up Henry of Aspall Cyder fame (The Pure One). The Colourful Collaboration was taking shape…

Our Favourite Serves

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We will only ever be as good as the fine folk who serve our drinks. Here’s to those who believe in us and enjoy drinking what we do… there's not enough room for all of them sadly and if you want to be able to get your mits on us somewhere else, do let us know …

hello@turnerhardy.com

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