Britvic Tango Cherry Reviews
Product Type: Britvic Soft Drink
Description:Manufacturer: Britvic / Type: Soft Drinks
Newest Review: ... tango. It was first sold in 1950, launched by Corona. It is now manufactured by Britvic, since 1987. Tango was the actual ... more
Customer Britvic Tango Cherry Reviews (9)
by - written on 16/04/10 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Ahhhh slowly the heat of the sun is managing to penetrate through the clouds, on some days, you can look up and see nothing but blue!! This is now surely the beginning of the end of winter!! So much so, that I have now started to ditch my hot cups of tea, for a more refrigerated cool beverage. My flavour of the month thus far seems to be Cherry Tango. Tango is well known for its traditional orange fizzy juice, and over the years, they have branched out, with different flavours and even the controversial Tango With Added Tango flavour. They`ve done sparkling and still, but it is the cherry that I keep on buying! I'm 31 and the only way i ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/03/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I bought a 2 litre bottle of cherry tango for a barbeque we were meant to have a few weeks ago but as usual, it got rained off so I got to drink the bottle myself. I paid 79p for it in my local discount store. You can also buy it in cans. The bottle is clear with a black label with tango cherry written in black with a white border on top of a drawing of a cherry. The label has "we pick tasty, pretty cherries. Then we mangle them" written on it along with "beware of the bite" alongside a pictue of a man trap. The drink is described as cherry soft drink with sugar and sweeteners. It contains no artificial colours or flavours. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Well, I have a lot to say about this product, since I don't really usually drink Tango. (I am more of a Fanta kid) but it just happened to be that Tango had a half price offer on one day and my dad bought Tango cherry instead of the usual Fanta, and my first impression was great. I was delighted by this drink because it was so flavourful. I have now tried Tango Orange, Apple and the Cherry flavour but for taste the cherry flavour wins hand down. If you are a lover of cherries I think you would definitely like this drink because the cherry flavour is extremely strong, and does tease the taste buds. The drink comes in a typical 330ml tin which is recyable and is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/11 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I am a lover of fizzy drinks. Although they aren't particularly good for us, the market for fizzy drinks is as strong as ever and Britvic Tango is one of the more popular carbonated drinks on the market. Tango Orange is clearly the most popular, but I do enjoy Britvic's Tango Cherry. The packaging is typical of the Tango brand, a black background with the words 'Tango Cherry' on it. There is then a picture of the fruit in question - a cherry, in a deep purple colour behind these words. The packaging is very distinct and looks quite smart. I always recognise the packaging and although the Britvic Tango products are easy to spot, they are also easy to tell the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/12 (Very useful, 51 readings)
As I've mentioned before when in my local 99p store I see all kinds of bargains and deals I just cant resist, one of them being a 4 pack of 330ml cans of tango, equivalent to 25p (ish) a can - wahey! So into my basket it went. Tango is from the Britvic brand and so is a well known drinks manufacturer that I trust. The can is black with a red design like a splash that says Tango Cherry in bold letters with a picture of a cherry. Along the bottom of the can (at time of this review anyway as I'm aware packaging changes over time) it says "We pick pretty and tasty cherries. Then we mangle them." Lol! Anyway so taste wise, to me this is ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Britvic Tango Cherry
Britvic 7 Up - Not Too Fizzy, Great Refreshing Flavour Too much sugar
Britvic Robinsons No Added Sugar Double Concentrated Squash Summer Fruit - Don't use as much as single concentrate, a little goes a long way none
|More products in Soft Drink|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Alpro Soya Light|
|Weight Watchers Bottled Flavoured Water|
A lovely zingy flavour, added minerals, good choice of flavours
Expensive compared with other brands
|Asda Flavoured Milkshake Mix|
Full of vitamins and minerals.
The inner foil lid.
|Whole Earth Sparkling Organic Apple and Raspberry|
Organic, suitable for vegans, no artificial flavours or colours, no GM ingredients.
Not enough flavour, the cost when not on offer.
|Asda High Juice White Grape and Peach|
Lovely taste, very refreshing, great with lemonade, very fruity
|Asda High Juice Pineapple and Lemon Lime|
Tasty, different, refreshing.
More expensive than some, could get a little boring.
|Suncrest Lychee Juice Drink|
Rich in Vitamin C; tastes indulgent; uplifts your spirit and makes you feel happy!
Expensive; not pure juice; too much added sugar .
|Aqua Pura Natural Mineral Water|
keeps you hydrated.
why pay for it, when you can get it out of the tap!