Britvic Drench Orange & Passionfruit Reviews
Product Type: Britvic Soft Drink
Description:Manufacturer: Britvic / Beverages Type: Fruit juice
Newest Review: ... of bottled drinks and these are orange and passionfruit, raspberry and cranberry and plain spring water. Every drink option ... more
Customer Britvic Drench Orange & Passionfruit Reviews (8)
by - written on 20/04/10 (Very useful, 147 readings)
Britvic have added a new range to their Drench collection named Juicy Drench. The idea is that this spring water has 8% fruit juice mixed together in a variety of three flavours, Orange and Passionfruit, Cranberry and Raspberry and Blackcurrant and Apple to hydrate your body and give a crisp, delicious flavour too. As our body is mainly made of water, it seems natural to want to keep up our fluid levels to keep our bodies and brains running smoothly and this is a great way for those who are not so keen on water to stay hydrated. The Drench website gives lots of facts about the body, including our blood is made of 95% water and keeping your hydration levels up ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/12/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Drench Orange & Passionfruit Juicy Spring Water On a recent family day out we had lunch in the locations cafe, I had coffee and my partner had a bottle of this Drench Juicy Spring Water, orange and passionfruit flavour. My naturally inquisitive nature forced me to try some and in fact I drank most of the bottle (I always get what I want ;->) as my other half was not overly keen and I will try anything once, twice if I like it! How Much...? The 440ml bottle cost £1.40 in this particular cafe. 100ml of this juicy water will set you back 38 calories, so multiply that by 4.4 and it is a scary amount of calories for drink, no matter how ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/10 (Very useful, 136 readings)
Most of the time I stick to tea or coffee at work so on the odd occasion I like to buy a soft drink from my local shop. Today during my lunch I wandered up to the shop and decided to treat myself. I noticed that Drench was on offer at 69p which I didn't think was too bad a price, I decided to choose the Orange and Passionfruit flavour. The Nutritional Information is as follows for a 250ml serving... 95 Calories 23g Sugar Saturates and Salt values are nil. The main ingredients are... 82% Spring Water which is sourced at Norwich 7% Orange Juice 1% Passionfruit Taste The colour ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/11 (Very useful, 102 readings)
It was upon starting a long distance drive over the weekend that my husband and I decided to pull over at a service station to pick up a couple of bottles to drink on our journey. We are both well aware of how irritable dehydration can make you feel, particularly with the headache that so often goes with it and so when we saw this 'Drench' juice in the orange and passionfruit flavour we thought it sounded perfect. Drench are a drinks manufacturer owned by Britvic who produce drinks which are made with a majority of spring water flavoured with natural fruit juices from concentrate. From what I have seen in store, Drench mainly produce three varieties of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/10 (Very useful, 56 readings)
The other day I was in a shopping centre and really needed a drink so decided to pop to Superdrug and happened to pick this up, I'd not really seen it much before but it ended up being really nice. It was packaged totally normally in a plastic bottle which was clear, had a label on which told us the information we wished know concerning the drink, the top of the bottle was indented to look like a mountain which I thought was a cool touch! The size of the bottle was 420ml which seemed a bit random since drinks are normally 330 or 500ml, but it was sufficient for what I wanted and 80ml didn't make me suffer! The word drench totally describes the taste and the ... Read the complete review
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