Britvic Amé Reviews
Product Type: Britvic Soft Drink
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Customer Britvic Amé Reviews (6)
by - written on 28/03/08 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Looking around the supermarket for something non-alcoholic for the party season I spotted a drink called Amé on the shelves. This drink is part of the Britvic range and is an alcohol-free beverage that contains no refined sugars, preservatives, sodium, or artificial colors. As it was available in Tesco as a 'buy one get one free' offer (otherwise known as a BOGOF) I thought this was an excellent opportunity to try this particular drink. It is a refeshing drink when served chilled and has a base of natural fruit juices, sparkling water, and herbal extracts. The herbal extracts are Schizandra, Jasmine, Gentian, and Limeflower. There are four flavours within the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/10 (Very useful, 92 readings)
Not being a huge drinker, I can sometimes feel a bit left out when around other people in my company who have posh bottles of wine and stuff sitting in front of them! Don't get me wrong I have absolutely no objection to booze and don't go out of my way to avoid the stuff but my issue with it is that I get far too drunk far too quickly and I tend to get aggressive after one two many drinks and/or make a complete show of myself! If I'm at home and in my own environment or with a mate I will have a glass of wine but if I'm going to a party or something I will always makes sure that I take some sort of soft drink with me so I can alternate my drinking and I try to behave ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/06 (Very useful, 667 readings)
I expect everyone has been the "driver" at some point and had to abstain from alcohol during the evening. In my case my husband doesn't drive, so I'm always abstaining (or it seems that way)! And when you are gagging after your fourth Coke in a row, you long for something that isn't THAT sweet. Then you discover that there is not a lot of choice: fruit juice (very sweet); coke, lemonade, tango etc (all very sweet); appletise, various grape-juice derived drinks (also very sweet) or water (no taste at all and guaranteed to make you feel out of place among the drinkers).. So you can imagine how pleased I was to discover Amé, a group of non-alcoholic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/06 (Very useful, 181 readings)
Relaxing in the sun with a glass of chilled white wine is an experience many of us enjoy, but what can a host offer instead if a guest is driving, or does not want to drink alcohol. Amé fits the bill. There were two varieties on sale, I choose the White one. There was a red, which had raspberry, and I think blackberry in it, but I thought the white would be more suitable. *The Bottle* This is no sexy lady. All is revealed. Clear glass, quite a big bottle to hold with one hand as it is 8.5cm in diameter, and over 30cm tall. It has a short neck and wide shoulders, and goes in slightly at the waist where a glass ribbon with three bows, does help ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/08 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I love Britvic Ame. It is a fruit flavoured fizzy drink in a glass bottle to make it look posh and make you feel like you are drinking something grown up, posh and alcoholic. It is not alcoholic but is a great alternative if you cannot or do not want to drink. The taste is really light and fruity. It can sometimes leave an aftertaste and it is a little moorish. I can easily drink a whole bottle, which leaves me feeling quite gassy. The taste is a little like Shloer but not as fruity. Although in terms of flavour, I would prefer the strong fruitiness of Shloer, Ame is much better for you, as it contains all natural ingredients. There ... Read the complete review
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