Britvic Diet Pepsi Reviews
Product Type: Britvic Soft Drink
Description:Diet Pepsi has a light, crisp and refreshing taste with zero calories and fat.
Newest Review: ... most of the label is taken up with a promotion Pepsi is currently running. Diet Pepsi is described as a " low calorie ... more
Customer Britvic Diet Pepsi Reviews (25)
by - written on 21/06/12 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Pepsi or Coke? When it comes to this debate I'm more of a Pepsi girl and while sitting in a hospital waiting room last week I bought a 600ml bottle of diet Pepsi from the little kiosk in there. The bottle is the same as most other soft drinks bottles and made from clear plastic with a screw top lid, there's a silver coloured label around the bottle which displays the Pepsi logo Apart from the usual information such as the ingredients, nutritional information and a brief description of the drink most of the label is taken up with a promotion Pepsi is currently running. Diet Pepsi is described as a " low calorie cola flavoured soft drink ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I tend to prefer diet drinks to full fat thesedays, I found that once I had stopped drinking the sugary drinks I really didn't miss the taste and find them now too much to handy, especially with Coke and Pepsi drinks. I am enjoying drinking a can or two of Pepsi Diet a lot at the moment, it also tends to be cheaper than Diet Coke which is a bonus too. Diet Pepsi was originally created in America in 1964 and came to the UK in 1983, with its competitor Diet Coke coming into the running in 1982. The Pepsi branding is a notorious logo being red, white and blue in an almost tennis ball like pattern on the product and is easily recognisable around the world. The ... Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 07/07/11, updated on 07/07/11
I'm a definate addict of both Diet Coke and Diet Pepsi, but which is better? Personally, i prefer Pepsi. Pepsi has a much sweeter taste to it, and even though it's diet, it doesn't taste too artificial nor does it leave a nasty after taste like some diet drinks can. Pepsi has the same appearence of coke; a caramael brown liquid which is nice and fizzy. The packaging is also similar; it comes in the same forms as Coke does - 330ml cans, 500ml bottles, 1 litre bottles and 2 litre bottles. The design of the packaging is blue on the non diet products and silver on the diet. I love the cans of Pepsi and much prefer them to the bottles as i think they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I don't often go for sugar free, or diet versions, of carbonated drinks. I find they taste rather manufactured and chemical ridden and are a far cry from their original drink. Coke is one such drink, and its main market rival, Pepsi, also has a diet version. If I had a choice between Coke and Pepsi, I'd usually opt for the former, although to be honest my decision is nearly always based on price at the time. Currently, it seems as if one brand is on offer and then the other is, and you can usually find some cola based drink on a 2 for 1 price or a reduced price offer. Recently, Diet Pepsi was on offer in my local supermarket, and so I picked up a couple of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/10 (Very useful, 75 readings)
mmm Pepsi, it might taste the same as Coke, but it actually tastes better...or is that my mind playing tricks on me?! I was first introduced to pepsi a few years ago on one of my trips to India, when it comes to fizzy drinks in India, I've always found that pepsi and fanta top the popularity list. On first taste I thought, 'hmm...this is basically coke with a different label slapped on the bottle.' During my university years, when I basically lived on fizzy drinks and kept switching between coke and pepsi, I started noticing there was a difference in their tastes. Pepsi feels a bit sweeter and it mre refreshing on the first sip than coke does. While ... Read the complete review
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