Horlicks Light Malt Drink Reviews
Product Type: Horlicks Soft Drink
Description:Just add water.
Newest Review: ... because just before bed the last thing I want to be doing is heating milk. Horlicks is a drink designed to help you unwind ... more
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Customer Horlicks Light Malt Drink Reviews (7)
by - written on 16/01/08 (Very useful, 270 readings)
Still on the look out for a perfect nights sleep I'm going through the flavours of Horlicks and drinks of that ilk. I'm a big fan of natural remedies though I'm yet to find anything that knocks my insomnia on the head. I'm sleeping on average 2 hours a night (if I'm lucky) and I'm on auto pilot and look spaced out most of time. I'm struggling to sleep through neighbour from hell who doesn't sleep... ever and I have a really bad spine I'm waiting to get fixed and I get migraines due to the thudding noise my neighbour makes and in general there's only so much you do to relax when there is a problem going on . You can get relaxed then bang bang bang thud till 5am it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/10 (Very useful, 410 readings)
I find that there is no better time to review a product when you are actually consuming it in front of a blank dooyoo review sheet! So here I am in my pjs on a rainy night reviewing horlicks! I bought my Horlicks today in B&M in a handy 32g sachet for 28p. In my opinion although this may work out to be more expensive, it is very handy and as I am counting my calories, this way I can be 99% sure how many calories are in the drink (the packet says 114). Normally I buy the full fat Horlicks and make it up with milk, however tonight I made it up with water, and with the packet being Horlicks light I was expecting it to taste differently but it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/10 (Very useful, 247 readings)
Horlicks Light Malt Drink Description: Instant hot malted drink, just add water. If anyone has read any of my earlier reviews (thanks so much, I really appreciate all reads, rates and comments!) then they will probably know that recently, I have been trying to lose a few pounds which I gained over the festive season. I have been doing this by eating healthy foods, exercise and avoiding snacking. I have also replaced certain foods and drinks with healthier alternatives. I really enjoy Horlicks, there is something deliciously comforting about it and it does feel like it helps me to relax and fall asleep when I drink it before bed. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/09 (Very useful, 190 readings)
Not being able to sleep is no joke. My usual remedy is to have a couple of glasses of red wine which relaxes me enough to get to sleep but recently I decided to try a healthier option. As some of you know I have some hypermobile joints which leads to tight muscles that never relax and joint pain which makes getting comfortable a problem but I also have an overactive brain that chatters on non-stop as soon as my head hits the pillow, not a great combination when it comes to sleeping! So when I saw Horlicks had brought out a light version that's low in fat and calories I thought it must be worth a try. The tub I bought was about £2.30 for 220g which is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/11 (Very useful, 223 readings)
I can't drink tea or coffee before bed as the caffeine tends to affect my sleep either keeping me awake or I end up having a poor nights sleep, I did try herbal tea for a while but I fancied a change so I bought some Horlicks light to try. I bought the individual sachets which contain 32g and cost a £1 for three sachets. Horlicks light is different to original Horlicks in that it is made with hot water rather than milk. I prefer this because just before bed the last thing I want to be doing is heating milk. Horlicks is a drink designed to help you unwind and relax before bed. It is made from malt extract and fortified with vitamins. The ... Read the complete review
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