Bottlegreen Ginger & Lemongrass Cordial Reviews
Product Type: Bottlegreen Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... in my opinion! It is very pleasing to the eye to look at. It comes in a dark green glass bottle which is a slightly unusual ... more
Customer Bottlegreen Ginger & Lemongrass Cordial Reviews (6)
by - written on 02/03/08 (Very useful, 298 readings)
I'm giving up fizzy drinks right now, for the first couple of weeks I'm going to let myself drink cordials to wean myself of them gently before switching to water. I bought this juice because it sounded like a nice change from the normal orange squash. It cost £2 in Tesco last week for a 500ml bottle which makes 5.5l of juice when diluted. Packaging ======= This comes in a stylish green glass bottle with a metal screw cap top. It's wide at the bottom and tapered towards the top and looks really stylish. I like the fact that I can recycle the bottle. Directions ======= Dilute in a 1 to ten ratio with water. They also suggest using ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/11 (Very useful, 36 readings)
At last a diluting cordial that doesn't make you feel like you are 6 years old. I first tasted this delicious drink a couple of years ago when I was in Somerset little knowing that it was made close by in Gloucestershire. It made a big impression on me, a zingy ginger and lemongrass combination that wakes up your taste buds and leaves you feeling really refreshed without lots of sugar or artificial colours, equally nice hot or cold. So, it was with great glee that I spotted the distinctive tall, thin, green glass bottle in Morissons in Gibraltar last week and whisked a bottle home to my dubious husband promising him great things (And non alcoholic too!) Well he loved . Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/09 (Very useful, 70 readings)
I'd been meaning to try this cordial for ages as I thought it sounded delicious, so when I saw it on offer at £2.12 in Morrisons instead of the usual £2.82 I thought it would be a good time to give it a go. It comes in a tall green glass bottle with a screw on lid. The screw cap is easy enough to open and it doens't pose any problems. The price is for a 500ml bottle, which it says makes 6.5 litres of the drink. It can be made hot or cold, but I'm not a fan of cold cordials, I'd rather just have a drink of water, so I always have mine hot. I just pour a little into a mug and and fill it with boiling water. Obviously how much to use depends on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/09 (Very useful, 214 readings)
I am not normally very adventurous with drinks. I tend to stick to a nice cup of tea or glass of juice. However I do occasionally like a drop of ginger beer, so when I saw this Ginger and Lemongrass Cordial from Bottle Green, I thought it might be nice and decided to branch out and try something new. The cordial comes in a transparent green glass bottle that is tapered towards the top and has a black screw lid. It looks very stylish and expensive. Bottle Green as a company say that they 'strive to capture the essence of the countryside in a range of exquisitely flavoured soft drinks', and they use 'a medley of carefully selected natural ingredient ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/09, updated on 31/01/11 (Very useful, 120 readings)
Bottlegreen are fast becoming my favourite manufacture of soft drinks and cordials. This is mainly as they don't use artificial flavours colours or sweeteners. If you have read any of my past reviews you will know I REALLY hate artificial sweeteners which destroy the taste of everything. On one of my shopping trips to Sainsbury's I picked up a bottle of this cordial for £2.80. I have tried many of their other cordials and loved them so decided to give this one a go. I have to say that bottlegreen cordials are probably more for adults as I doubt that children would like them all that much as they are not over powering in sweetness. Whilst you only get 500ml in ... Read the complete review
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