ASDA Fruit & Barley Apple & Blackcurrant Cordial Reviews
Product Type: Asda Soft Drink
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Customer ASDA Fruit & Barley Apple & Blackcurrant Cordial Reviews (3)
by - written on 30/03/10, updated on 30/03/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I do go through a lot of squashes at home as I like to spice up the flavour of plain tap water sometimes. Nothing beats water, but it is nice to have a change now and again. I picked up a bottle of Asda's Fruit & Barley - Apple and blackcurrant squash whilst I was out shopping last, along with a few other bottles, and I have been pleased with this fruity drink. ~~ The packaging ~~ The squash comes in a 1 litre clear plastic bottle, with a green screw cap lid. Around the center of the bottle the label has a nice picture of a countryside medow, and a picture of some blackcurrants and apples. The scene looks very summery. Throught the clear ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/10 (Very useful, 23 readings)
The combination of apples and blackcurrents seems to work well. If you don't like them mixed, then separate flavours are available too. To me, this is a drink best enjoyed at the turn of Spring, when the flowers are in bloom and the nights are longer. It is a perfect picnic drink, take a keg up to a hilltop and enjoy with freshly cut sandwiches. I often buy the Tesco version, but this is just as pleasing. A soothing balance of apple and blackcurrents which refreshes, invigorates and stimulates the taste buds. I do think the blackcurrent slightly overwhelms the apple, but the acidity of the apples arrives in the aftertaste with a zesty tang, without causing too ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/10, updated on 17/03/10 (Very useful, 34 readings)
When it comes to squashes and juices I'm quite a fan of them as a general rule. I'm a thirsty bird though and always get through gallons of the stuff on a regular basis which is why I always try to shop for economy options opposed to buying top brands of stuff in supermarkets unless it's on offer! I like apple & blackcurrant squashes and things flavoured with that combination and at 58p a bottle in Asda I decided I quite fancied it for a change and bought me and my mate a bottle for the caravan whilst on holiday! The Packaging: 1 litre see-through plastic bottle. On the label around the front I'm told what it is is and then around the ... Read the complete review
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