Britvic Purdeys Reviews
Product Type: Britvic Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... and Barrett health shops for around £1.25 which is a bit expensive for the small 300 ml bottle you are purchasing, however ... more
Customer Britvic Purdeys Reviews (6)
by - written on 28/10/09 (Very useful, 261 readings)
Purdey's: I am a huge fan of 'energy' drinks but sometimes I have to avoid caffeine either due to a migraine or just the fact that every now and then I actually need sleep! When I am avoiding caffeine I don't want decaffeinated coffee/cola, (what's the point), so I go for Purdey's instead. Purdey's is not like your typical energy drink in that it contains neither taurine nor caffeine. Instead Purdey's uses a blend of grape and apple juice, botanical extracts, (including Ginseng), sparkling spring water and multi-vitamins to provide a pick-me-up whenever needed. Purdey's contains 33% of the following vitamins/minerals: Thiamin, (vitamin B1), ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/09, updated on 14/05/09 (Very useful, 258 readings)
Of late I've been feeling really under the weather. Nothing serious but I've had little energy and not been sleeping great at all. I've been taking energy boosting pills and drinking alot of energy drinks but nothing has helped me. I got to a point yesterday I had drank 2 litres of original lucozade and several cans of red bull through-out the day and still felt rotten and phased out and couldn't wait for bedtime lol. So today I had to go the hospital and to the Dr's and everything and cos I'd paid my bus fair and the places I needed to go were in town I decided I should look round town as well and grab a few bits en route! Halfway through my shopping trip I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/09 (Very useful, 82 readings)
Purdey's. My dad first introduced me to Purdeys and I first thought it was an old fashioned drink, sorta the old man stereotype drink, but it turns out it's a new wave of energy drink, but different. It works on vitimins and not the boring box standard caffine. The taste is rather sweet, but it also has a 'malty' taste, similar to the smell of Multi-Vitimins. Price wise, I always thought it was quite expensive due to the bottle being made of glass, why they don't replace it with a can or plastic bottles I don't know. When I used to see them in the supermarkets a few years ago they were well over £1 a bottle. Today I saw one in Tesco and paid 50p ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/10, updated on 28/02/10 (Very useful, 212 readings)
Many of us like to take our dietary supplements in the form of vitamin tablets or capsules - but there are other options available. Described as a 'Multivitamin Fruit Drink', Purdey's Rejuvination is a blast of wellbeing in liquid form. The drink is currently on special offer in Holland & Barratt, where you can purchase two bottles for around £1.60. If you don't have a local health food shop, the drink can also be picked up in Tesco where it is a similar price. Designed as a 'pick-me-up', the drink comprises grape, apple juice, natural herbal extracts, and the vitamins that I mentioned in the opening paragraph. The bottle itself is quite cool looking - a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/11 (Very useful, 149 readings)
I used to drink a lot of lucazade as I love the taste and it gives you the energy to carry on working during the day, but I have now replaced my energy drink hit with this Britvic Purdeys, Rejuvenate. This little silver bottle of elixia will lend you energy and refresh you during the day but it isn't a long lasting caffiene hit like some of the newer energy drinks that have flooded the market and it isn't a high sugar or glucose drink either. It is just a healthier option to choose and can be bought in the Holland and Barrett health shops for around £1.25 which is a bit expensive for the small 300 ml bottle you are purchasing, however all is not lost as I have ... Read the complete review
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