Asda Kids Cherryade Reviews
Product Type: Asda Soft Drink
Description:No added sugar.
Newest Review: ... which is what it will remain for me. I'll give it 4 dooyoo stars, but it's never going to be a favourite, I'm afraid. I'm ... more
Customer Asda Kids Cherryade Reviews (5)
by shopalotkt - written on 29/11/10
Asda make great tasting fizzy drinks and I think this is one that kids love. I also love it too because it is a drink I used to have quite often as a child and it brings back memories. One of the best things about it is the price. I usually get three large bottles for £1 which is great value for money and it tastes great. I also really like the fact that it is no added sugar because it means it has hardly any calories so I don't have to worry about the calories when I am drinking it. The bottle has quite a childish design so I think it does appeal to kids more than adults as it is bright red inside the bottle and has a swirly design on the label ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
My boss bought 3 of these 2 litre bottles for £1 (they are 46p individually). It was a very bright red colour with a brightly coloured wrapper around the bottle. I love cherryade so chose this over the orangeade or appleade that were also bought. The packaging says that the drink contains no artificial colours, flavours or aspertame. It is suitable for vegetarians and is sugar free. It contains 4kcals per 250ml serving. I found that the cherryade didn't leave that awful red clown smile that some other red drinks leave which was a bonus. The taste was lovely, it was very cherry like. It was very fizzy too and stayed like that for the 5 hours ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/09 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I love 'pop' and so am always on the look out for cheap alternatives from my Pepsi favourites! This costing 46p a bottle (or 3 bottles of Asda own brand pop for £1.00) seemed too good a bargain to resist! The Packaging: 2 litre see-through plastic bottle with silver plastic screw on/off lid to the top of it. Around the middle of the bottle it has a light and dark pink and orange swirly patterned label and on that in white writing I'm told it is Asda Cherry-Ade 'Sugar free' On the back of the bottle I'm given a list of ingredients, warning and storage instructions are all given along with a nutritional rundown, size is stated, I'm told it is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/11 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Well, at last I've made it to the end of my trip down the memory lane of fizzy pop with the last of my 4 bottles for £1.50 Asda deal. That's the cherryade - one of my favourites as a kid....and I have to say I rather enjoyed this modern day version of a fizzy pop classic. It tasted very sweet - even though this was the sugar free version - but nice and refreshing just the same. It's quite fizzy, but not overly so and of course it still has that recognisable familiar taste that reminds you not of cherries but of cherryade - they're two different flavours altogether as far as I am concerned. Because the flavour is quite a strong one, it helped to mask the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/11 (Very useful, 66 readings)
In our house we go through a lot of fizzy pop, apparently I have drank loads since being a toddler when I would go through cup after cup of juice although I am not the only one in the house that drinks pop I am the main offender. As we go through so much I do try and find the best prices and this one comes out well, it is 47p for a 2-litre bottle but on offer at 4 bottles for £1.50 which I think is brilliant so I do tend to buy 4 bottles at a time. The bottle is made of transparent plastic and you are able to see the bright pink liquid inside, the bottle has got a black screw cap lid which is sealed to keep it fizzy. The label is actually different from that ... Read the complete review
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