Innocent Smoothies Reviews
Product Type: other Soft Drink
Description:Innocent Drinks - For fresh fruit smoothies and thickies.
Newest Review: ... again and again is the mango and passionfruit. It isn't as sharp as some of the others and it is sweet and very refreshing. ... more
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Customer Innocent Smoothies Reviews (109)
by - written on 21/02/08, updated on 21/02/08 (Very useful, 228 readings)
Innocent Smoothies come is some strange sounding flavours, some of which may even sound off putting, but that is as far from the truth as you could get. I not really a fan of such drinks as I do feel many of them are a pure rip off. However your £1.10 per 250ml bottle may sound a bit expensive, but when you taste one you will know the reason why. Innocent's claim that these Smoothies are packed with fruit is for a pleasant change not an exaggeration, from the twisting of the lid you can smell nothing but fruit unless you have chosen the Honey and Vanilla in which case you get a mega whiff of vanilla. They are not the most pleasant of drinks to look at being a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/07 (Very useful, 255 readings)
I've long been a fan of Innocent drinks as I do like the idea that I am drinking something totally natural and that there are no hidden sweeteners or preservatives - what is on the bottle is in the bottle! Everything about the company seems nice and simple from the childlike logo of the face with halo, the clear and precise ingredients and nutritional information and their friendly and amusing little messages on their bottles and cartons. And such a simple product you would hope is good for the environment . Innocent appear to be committed to recycling and for more information about their packaging and recyclability visit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/08 (Very useful, 179 readings)
I love all vegetables but am not a huge fruit fan but do like to include some in my diet. When Innocent smoothies first hit the market I was instantly a fan. Before I tell you about the product let me give you a bit of background. The company. ************ Innocent smoothies were the brainchild of 3 friends who met at Cambridge University. They had the bright idea of buying £500 worth of fruit and making in into smoothies. They first tried out their new product by hiring a van and selling the drinks at a London music festival. The trio had two bins, one with yes and the other with no. Customers were asked to put their empty bottles into the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/08 (Useful, 80 readings)
Innocent sprung on the market a couple of years ago with their (then) small range of fruit smoothies at a modest price. The demand rose quickly, catapulting 'innocent smoothie' into mass production, which is where we are today. Personally, the only flavour which wets my appatite is the banana and strawberry flavour, however there are many other weird and wacky combinations which my friends seem to like. However these smoothies are all good, but the proce has generally risen, even with the introduction of competition. At the moment a 1 litre catron of innocent smoothie (regardless of flavour) will set you back £2.99 and upwards (depending on supermarkets) ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/08 (Useful, 83 readings)
Bit of history for you but when the three owners of this company were deciding on whther they could make a go of the business they sold their product at a music festival with two bins and a sign which said "Should we give up our jobs to sell this?", one bin said no the other said yes. At the end of the concert the yes bin was full the no bin had two bottles and since then the company has gone on to enjoy great success. One of the reasons is that not only do their smoothies taste so good but that they are made from real fruit rather than fruit concentrate like so many cheaper brands. In fact on the labelling it actually tells you have many black ... Read the complete review
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