Britvic 7 Up Free Reviews
Product Type: Britvic Soft Drink
Description:Soft Drinks / Britvic Seven Up Free / In 1929, a US competition to find the tastiest lemon and lime drink was won by CL Grigg. Although his product - 'Bib-label Lithiated Lemon Lime Soda' was delicious, the name stuck in people's throats and so it was renamed ... more
Newest Review: ... My last purchase was of a 600ml bottle from Wilkinson's where there was a special offer of two bottles for £1.10. I thought ... more
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7UP Free Lemon, Lime & Bubbles 330ml (Pack of 24)
Canned and/or Distributed by: Britvic Soft Drinks Ltd., Chelmsfor ...
Last Update 19.12.2013 17:13
Customer Britvic 7 Up Free Reviews (23)
by - written on 29/06/11 (Very useful, 69 readings)
The couple of days of hot weather we've had recently (which may be the best we get over here in the midwest of England) has meant I've been taking in considerably more fluids than usual, and a lot of those have been cold drinks. Being diabetic I'm not able to drink the majority of fizzy pop on the market; sugary drinks are pretty much *the worst* thing you can choose, as the sugar in them is absorbed much faster than, say, lactose. Add to that the fact that a lot of places (especially fast food outlets) can only be bothered to offer Diet Coke, which gets boring after a while and isn't really all that refreshing on a really warm day. There is a Diet version of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
***7up free*** 330ml can. The product is a fizzy carbonated lemon and lime flavoured drink. It is called 7up 'free' due to it being the low calorie version and on the front of the can it says it is sugar free. I bought 6 cans in Tesco's for £1.42 they were on offer and would normally sell at £2.85 for the 6 however they tend to have Buy 1 get1 Free deals every so often. The product I am reviewing now looks different to the one in the picture. It now has a silver background with pictures of lemon and limes. It also no longer has a picture of Fido Dido (cartoon image popular in the 90's) on the can. I could taste the lemon ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
If I buy a fizzy drink it is usually Diet Coke but after developing a bit of an addiction to it, I have been trying to weane myself off it by drinking caffeine free fizzy drinks - I will eventually make it to 100% water - my fizzy drink is not all I drink!! I bought a four pack of these cans from Superdrug - bit of an odd place to sell a can mulipack! They were 99p for 4 and so I thought it would be a good opportunity to try something different - 25p a can isn't a bad price! What drew me to the cans were, firstly the price, and secondly, the fact that it was 7Up Free rather than regular 7Up. I know that drinking fizzy drinks in general isn't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I love fizzy pop like most people my age do, I find it quenches my thirst better and I hate the taste of water on its own, Blah! My mum buys me pop but she won't usually but it unless it's sugar free which is fine by me as she says its empty calories... One of the brands we get in is 7 Up Free as I love the taste of lemon and lime as long as it's not in squash :) 7 Up Free is made by Britvic Soft Drinks Ltd and is made in Great Britain, and only contains 1.9 calories per 100ml or 6.3 calories in a 330 ml tin which is awesome! There are no sugars but there are of course artificial sweeteners although it doesn't contain caffeine ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
It's time to venture into new ground as I take my maiden attempt to review a drink. So, the lucky winner today is 7-Up free and what a tasty little number it is too. My fridge is running low on this due to the fact that I find this drink oddly addictive. It may be very low on sugar but I have to say I can't really taste that much difference between the high sugar content version. Let's be honest, it's carbonated water with a lemon and lime flavour and it works for me. With all the hot weather forecast I will admit that I shall certainly be stocking up on this item. It cools you down and has a rather zesty pleasant taste as it winds its way paste ... Read the complete review
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