Dairy Crest Friji Chocolate Milkshake Reviews
Product Type: Dairy Crest Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... and Banana which is the "normal" flavours, and then a few different ones. I also like the Cookies and Cream one and ... more
Customer Dairy Crest Friji Chocolate Milkshake Reviews (10)
by - written on 05/01/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
On a snowy day like today, there's nothing more refreshing than sitting down, snuggling up and having a nice mug of hot chocolate. Sadly, I don't have any, so instead, I got this out of the fridge. Frijj do a number of creamy and gloopy drinks, all milk based, and some of the various chocolate ones are my favourites. This chocolate one seems to have an abundance of choc and milk combined to make it extremely drinkable and with a nice, rich, balanced aftertaste. The bottle itself is quite chunky and soft and squidgy, contoured to make it easy to hold. The top has a seal that you unravel from the top, and then a lid that needs slight turning to screw off. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/09, updated on 20/05/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I recently fancied something other to drink at work, so I popped in to the petrol station next door and found myself staring at the usual stuff, water, fizzy drinks, juice drinks and thought I just fancy something different. That's when I saw the Friji chocolate milkshake staring back at me from the shelf. I have never heard of this brand before and think they mainly sell in garages etc rather than multi-packs in supermarkets. I have not seen them in Asda but have never really looked specifically. In the garage next to me it cost £1.40. The bottle is white with brown (supposed to be) chocolate splodges on it, I suppose the way a cow does. It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/10, updated on 03/02/10 (Very useful, 99 readings)
I have two little girls who both love milkshake and to be honest I quite like some every now and then as well. Out shopping one day I had noticed this Dairy Crest Friji milkshake, I tend to normally stick to Yazoo to be truthful but a change is always good every now and then so I bought a bottle and off to the checkout I went. At the time that I bought this milkshake it was on offer for 2 for £1.50 but if you buy it without it being on offer it is roughly around £1.39 per bottle which contains 500 ml of the milkshake. I haven't noticed these on sale for while so when they are keep an eye out and its near enough by one get one free and a much ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/11 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I just felt like a bottle of Frijj the other day. I do like the odd one now and again but due to the calorific nightmare that is in this bottle then I don't reach for them all that much. Then again I can say that although I do like them, they aren't something that I crave all that much, so I guess i'm a bit safe that way! There is a little range of different Milkshakes in my local Asda - I would say about 6 flavours. There is the Chocolate one, Straawberry and Banana which is the "normal" flavours, and then a few different ones. I also like the Cookies and Cream one and the Chocolate Fudge Brownie one. These are found next to the Milk and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/12/09 (Very useful, 57 readings)
OK, now I know that this actually says chocolate Friji, but I am going to review the chocolate fudge brownie flavour, as they dont seem to have the flavour on here. There are lots of different flavours and brands of milokshake around, but I believe that Friji is by far the thickest, the most tasty and the sweetest all in one go. Although I suppose it would be nicer as it is that little bit more expensive. At £1.01 (in sainburies) it is quite expensive for what it is. At first, I was a little wary at spending this much on some flavoured ilk, but when my brother came home one day and started raving about how nice friji was, I thought that I had to buy ... Read the complete review
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