Britvic Purdeys Reviews
Product Type: Britvic Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... milk bottle. I like drinks in glass, a lot of companies now don't do this so Purdeys still using this method is a good thing. ... more
Customer Britvic Purdeys Reviews (8)
by - written on 01/10/13 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Price/Availability I got my Purdeys drink as part of my Boots Meal deal which was £3.29 and I got a salad, snack and this drink, on its own Boots have it on sale for £1.80 however it is also available in Asda for £1. I cannot locate in on Tesco webpage or Sainsbury's so one has to assume its not readily available on there however I have never noticed this drink until afew days ago when I brought in Boots so its possible you can get it in other local shops or smaller supermarkets. Packaging The one thing that stood out for me the most was the packaging. It comes in what can only be described as a mini milk bottle. I like drinks in glass, a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/13 (Very useful, 92 readings)
I am sometimes in need of a drink that will give me a boost and refresh me. Most energy drinks rely on high caffeine like Red Bull or high sugar like Lucozade. While these do give energy they also have some bad effects, for that reason I try not to use them too much. This doesn't market itself as an energy drink really, it says 'rejuvenation' on the front which is what I am looking for when I drink this. Purdeys is available to buy in health food shops like Holland and Barrett along with local health food shops, supermarkets and it's also now available in shops like the 99p Shop and B&M bargains. The price varies quite a lot, I think it's around 90p in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/10/09 (Very useful, 284 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, 302 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, 106 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
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