Cott Beverages Emerge 'Light' Stimulation Drink Reviews
Product Type: Cott Beverages Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... hardly contains and calories. It is described on the can as being a 'carbonated low calorie mixed fruit flavour drink'. The ... more
Customer Cott Beverages Emerge 'Light' Stimulation Drink Reviews (3)
by - written on 12/08/12 (Very useful, 100 readings)
I will admit to being quite a fan of energy drinks, as I do not like coffee I am not able to get that sometimes much needed caffeine boost. I normally purchase Tesco's own version of red bull called Kick but the price of this has recently increased quite a lot so when I spotted the cans of Emerge sugar free energy drink in Asda for a bargain price of just £0.30 for a 250ml can I thought it was worth a try. The emerge energy drink comes in both an original and sugar free version. I purchased the sugar free version this time as I try and always drink sugar free drinks and it hardly contains and calories. It is described on the can as being a 'carbonated low ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/11 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I drink 1 of these every day and i'm actually sipping 1 of these just now while i've just arrived at work. I would like to think that this actually works in waking me up, but I guess I don't really have any proven facts of this. It's just become more of a habit drinking 1 of these in the mornings. I'm not that much into Hot drinks, although I do like the odd Tea or Hot Chocolate. Juice is more my thing, and fizzy juice at that. This comes in a 250ml tin and you can often pick up 4 tins of this in Poundland for £1. This used to cost 30p per tin in Asda but I see it's only the full sugar 1 that is this price thesedays the Light one costs 37p thesedays but this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/01/10 (Very useful, 115 readings)
My energy levels are terribly poor and one thing I am rather addicted to (along with energy caffeine pills of course lol) are stimulation/energy drinks. I'm not sure they even work to be honest but help drinking them! I spotted this one in my local Asda store costing 35p for a can and particularly liked the idea of it being lower in calories as I drink so much of them so decided to give it a whirl! The Packaging: Silver and red, slimmish long cylinder can that is red and silver in colour with a ring-pull to the top of it. On the front of the can in black, red and white writing I'm told it is Emerge 'Light' Low Calorie Stimulation Drink. ... Read the complete review
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