Jakemans Blueberry Menthol Sweets Reviews
Product Type: Jakemans Coughs, Colds & Flus
Description:Brand: Jakemans / Type: Coughs, Colds & Flu / Sweets
Newest Review: ... housed in medium sized plastic wrapper, mainly burgundy/dark purple in colour. To open you need to tear the packaging. On the ... more
by - written on 29/11/13 (Very useful, 49 readings)
It's definitely cold and flu season time now. Myself and the kids are actually doing very well considering. But knowing how easy it is to catch the dreaded bugs these days means I always keep an eye on different health products and medicines while doing top up shops in my local supermarkets. I bought these while in Asda recently for 58p for a 100g bag, or they have on on going promotion of 2 bags for £1.00. Why did I buy these? Both of my kids started to develop the beginnings of a cold afew weeks ago. Thankfully ( fingers crossed ), their symptoms have only been mild e.g runny slightly bunged up nose, coughs etc. My son who was alittle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/11, updated on 08/04/11 (Very useful, 80 readings)
If you are familiar with my reviews you will be aware that I have previously discussed Jakemans throat sweets; a brand I was only made aware of by reading a review on Dooyoo regarding the lemon flavour. As I frequently suffer with coughs, colds and sore throats I made an effort to seek out alternative flavours and this review discusses my experience with Blueberry Menthol. APPEARANCE OF THE PRODUCT The appearance of each and every one of these 100 g bags of sweets is identical other than the fact that they are presented to us in an appropriate colour to depict the flavour within. As the sweets are blueberry the bag is plum coloured and in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I adore anything blueberry flavoured, from blueberry muffins to sitting down with a punnet of actual blueberries and munching them while watching tele. So when I was stocking up on throat sweets and spotted a bag of Jakemans menthol sweets which were flavoured with this gorgeous little berry I decided to treat myself. If treat is the right word for a cold and sore throat remedy! I'm not sure about them though, and that's a miracle for me because I don't think I've ever come across a blueberry product I didn't like! Mainly it's the fact that the blueberry and menthol flavours don't work too well together, the menthol overpowers the blueberry and although the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/10, updated on 17/11/10 (Very useful, 124 readings)
As it's the time of year when colds and other pesky winter ailments are commonplace, it was no surprise that I woke up this morning with a bit of a sore throat. Wandering round Boots the chemist I picked up a packet of 'Jakemans Blueberry Menthol' sweets to see if they would help with the problem. To be honest, I wouldn't actually have heard of Jakemans had it not been for the masses of dooyoo reviews that have been written about them this week. PRICE & AVAILABILITY - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - As standard, the Jakemans come in a 100g retro-looking packet with fifteen sweets in each one. The packet costs 65p, which I feel is a reasonable price ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/10 (Very useful, 107 readings)
A friend of mine gave me a pack of these in the office after I ran out of my usual menthol sweets and I was starting to feel the effects of a cold coming on, and since I love blueberry muffins etc, I thought these could be really good to try. It is interesting that blueberry is not a common sort of flavour that you tend to find within the menthol lozenge world, and to be honest, I've never actually heard of the blueberry flavour being used in any menthol or medicinal product. So this was going to be a totally new venture on me. The bag itself costs around the 60 to 70p mark, and is a sort of dark cherry in colour that wouldn't look amiss on any sweetie bag ... Read the complete review
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