Frijj Strawberry Milkshake Reviews
Product Type: Frijj Soft Drink
Description:Manufacturer: Frijj / Type: Milkshake
Newest Review: ... side but these milkshakes are often on special offer so it is worth looking for these. The strawberry milkshake comes ... more
Customer Frijj Strawberry Milkshake Reviews (8)
by - written on 21/08/12 (Very useful, 110 readings)
When it comes to milkshakes I am rather fussy as I do not like milk, therefore for me milkshakes have to be of quite a thick consistency and also very tasty to disguise the taste of the milk. One of my favourite brands of milkshake is Frijj which comes in variety of flavours and meet my fussy requirements. My last purchase of Frijj milkshake was of a bottle of the strawberry flavour, I will admit it is not normally my first choice as I tend to always pick chocolate but fancied a change. The Frijj milkshakes comes in 500ml bottles and I purchase a bottle of the strawberry flavour from Tesco recently for £1.25. I do think this is a little on the expensive side ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/12/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Frijj Milkshakes are drinks I don't have that often. When I do, I favour the Banana Flavour. My second favourite is the Strawberry which is the subject of this review. They are often on offer and typically to get the discounted price you have to buy 2 or 3 of these. Each milkshake is contained within a brightly coloured plastic bottle representing the colour of the fruit it is supposed to contain. I say supposed to contain because I don't think any strawberries were sacrificed in the making of this product. The rather suspect strawberry flavour comes from natural flavourings. There is a big long list of ingredients from which it is clear that this is not a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/10 (Very useful, 165 readings)
FRijj milkshakes come in a funky styled plastic bottle which has obviously been designed to perfectly fit into the palm of your hand for easy drinking. I'm not going to describe the packaging because you probably already know what it looks like, and if not, you can see it in the picture above (although that is slightly outdated now, but it hasn't changed much). It has a nice bulging midriff to make the bottle appear wider and to tempt you into reaching out and lifting it off the shelf. For those of you who are environmentally friendly with green intensions the bottle and cap can both be recycled so long as the plastic sleeve around the bottle is removed, as this still ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/11 (Very useful, 107 readings)
When it comes to milkshakes, I usually opt for the Frijj brand - there's something about the creamy consistency which I find rather lovely. My favourite variety of Frijj is banana, although strawberry (the subject of today's review) comes a close second. First released in 1993, Frijj has quickly become the nation's joint favourite milkshake alongside Nesquik. Price & Availability - - - - - - - - - - - - Frijj is available in the majority of supermarkets and corner shops throughout the country - the milkshake's price fluctuates massively, as it's a product which is often on promotion. The regular price is £1.20, although Tesco and ASDA are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/11 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I normally buy other brands of milkshake such as Yazoo or one of the Tesco own label flavours but when I saw a Strawberry bottle of the Frijj brand for just a pound in a a local store I went for that one this time. When it is cold and chilled this is as refreshing as a milk based drink can get, the strawberry taste is fantastic and consistency wise this drink is thicker than a number of others on the market but not as much as a yoghurt drink or a milkshake from McDonalds. The packaging really makes this company's products stand out on the shelves and there is no mistaking one of their bottles with its camo or cow skin pattern in the colour of the relevant ... Read the complete review
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