Ribena Ice Lollies Reviews
Description:Brand: Richmond Ice Cream / Type: Ice Cream
Newest Review: ... (what are those, I hear you ask?!). It makes me wonder if you could make your own Ribena Ice Lollies; would they taste the ... more
by - written on 28/07/08 (Very useful, 383 readings)
The weather was lovely at the weekend and let's face it - we haven't had much chance to say that lately! My sister was staying with us and we all decided to go for a walk on Sunday morning. We live about halfway up the Great Orme in Llandudno and we set out for a short walk but ended up walking all the way up to the top of the Orme! This was a fairly steep walk and we were very hot and bothered by the time we got to the top so we headed for the ice cream kiosk. I wanted an orange ice lolly as I thought that would be the most thirst quenching option. The young man in the kiosk said that he didn't have conventional orange lollies but he did have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/09 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I love these Ribena ice lollies and eat more than I should, especially since they started selling them in Cooltrader for 89p for a box of 4! The main reason I like them so much is because they taste of pure Ribena and even if you've sucked a lot of the colour out of them they still have a fruity taste. I brought some cheaper lollies that come in this sort of push up tube and they went white and like plain ice once I'd sucked a load of the juice out and then they're just boring! lol These Ribena lollies are very refreshing and we always had loads of them in the fridge during the 2 days of summer we saw in Birmingham this year. The packaging makes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/08 (Very useful, 97 readings)
When summer comes calling there is nothing I like more than to relax in the garden with a cold drink or an ice lolly. The only problem with ice lollies is that most of them appear to be very weak in flavour these days (probably because they are all removing things from them to make them healthier). One exception to this flavourless rule is the Ribena ice lolly which is always jam packed full of delicious blackcurrant flavouring and is therefore one of my very favourite ice lollies, although whether or not it can actually be called an ice lolly or not is open to debate because I always think of an ice lolly having a stick whereas the Ribena lolly is cylindrical ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/12 (Very useful, 146 readings)
I love ice cream in the summer but it is high in fat and calories so I often purchase ice lollies instead. My last purchase of ice lollies was a box of Ribena lollies from Iceland where they were on special offer. Both my husband I love Ribena so I was not in any doubt that we would not like these lollies either. I paid just £1.00 for a box containing 6 of the Ribena Blackcurrant fruit juice lollies. I thought that this was excellent value as they work out at under 20 pence per lolly. The Ribena ice lollies come packaged in a rectangular cardboard box which contains all of the necessary information that you need to know about the lollies on. This ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/12 (Very useful, 103 readings)
As it was hot a few weeks ago, I decided some ice lollies would be nice. It wasn't until I was browsing the 'ice lolly' aisle in Iceland, that I decided to buy these Ribena ice lollies which were selling for £1 for six lollies. The lollies are like long purple cylinders. They are incredibly juicy and more-ish and taste just like Ribena. They have a lovely smooth texture and a lovely blackcurrant taste. They are really fruity and really thirst quenching, especially on hot summer days (what are those, I hear you ask?!). It makes me wonder if you could make your own Ribena Ice Lollies; would they taste the same? They have long handles which ... Read the complete review
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