Calypso Jubbly Ice Lollies Reviews
Product Type: Calypso Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Type: Ice Cream / Ambient, reduced sugar, juice based ice lollies with the UK's No.1 freezable brand, 'Jubbly'. Choose between Calypso Jubbly Ice Lollies Strawberry, Orange, Blackcurrant, Tropical.
Newest Review: ... pack Ours are blackcurrant flavour and taste really nice. To open, you have to snip off the top of the triangle (you get a ... more
by - written on 11/11/12 (Very useful, 101 readings)
This is a review of Calypso Jubbly Ice Lollies which we have just worked our way through. I remember buying something similar as a child for a few pence and they lasted ages so I wanted to see if these were the same. What are they? These are a triangular shaped ice lolly that you buy in multi packs from the supermarket (unfrozen) and then you put them in your freezer, probably best overnight before you start scoffing them. Our pack Ours are blackcurrant flavour and taste really nice. To open, you have to snip off the top of the triangle (you get a guide on the pack to help you work out which end) and squeeze up from the bottom to release ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/10 (Very useful, 307 readings)
When I was at school I always used to spend some of my dinner money on a Jubbly for on the way home. They must have stopped making them because I remember even now the day when I realised I couldn't find them in any of the shops on route to and from school. It looks like they're back though because I found some in Tesco the other day and brought a box of 10 strawberry flavour Jubblys to see if they were as good as I remember. They ARE!!! God, these are delish ice lollies and I don't care that the temperature is 1 degree because the strawberry flavour in these ice lollies is yummy. The flavour is proper natural, looking at the box it says that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/09 (Very useful, 192 readings)
My youngest son is going through an ice lolly stage at the moment (even though it isn't excatly cornetto weather at the moment) and though I do buy and make our own (we have some very funky plastic moulds you know!) I find that there isn't always room in my freezer to accomodate them. What to do? On a recent trip to my local Iceland store I spotted a box of these ice lollies that came unfrozen..in other words they are glorified ice pops. I liked the look of these as my little boy is not normally a fan of 'normal' ice pops but I felt confident he would like these because of the shape. So the product.. Price and packaging ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/09 (Very useful, 643 readings)
'Luvvly Jubbly' as Del Boy would say! It's starting to get a bit summery out there and even though I doubt it will last for long, those weathermen are saying that this weekend will be the hottest one of the year so far! So, in honour of that I decided to pop down to the supermarket (which transpired to be a bad idea - packed? On a bank holiday weekend? Who would have thought?!) and see what summery treats they had on offer. I naturally found myself in the ice cream aisle but felt that I didn't want to feel weighed down by bowls of ice cream. I wanted something nice and refreshing. Now I'm usually a strawberry split girl but these caught my eye, firstly because ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/08 (Very useful, 397 readings)
In this hot summer weather it's great to cool down with an ice lolly, or should I say that between downpours of rain we like to kid ourselves it's hot and eat an ice lolly, that's British summer for you. Anyway with such a large range of ice lollies for sale it can be really hard to decide which one you want to buy. I chose Calypso Jubbly Ice Lollies because they stood out from all the others with a blinding difference. What's so special about them? Well the come in liquid form and you can freeze them yourself! This is great news for if you want to stock up on them because you can store boxes without having to keep them frozen. I bought a box of 10 ice ... Read the complete review
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