Princes Apple Juice Reviews
Product Type: Princes Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... you can't really go wrong with good old fashioned orange or apple. I'm fond of Princes juices as in my view they are ... more
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Princes - Apple Juice 1 Litre Carton
Princes apple juice.
Last Update 12.12.2013 13:23
Customer Princes Apple Juice Reviews (6)
by - written on 04/05/09 (Very useful, 97 readings)
I was expecting a nice, thick tasty fruit juice when I bought this product. Princes Apple Juice costs £1.07 from Tesco at the moment so I expected a decent product from a reputable brand for my reasonable price. Granted it is on offer at the moment, buy one get one free, but normally people are expected to pay over £1 a carton for this sub-standard juice. When I first poured myself a glass, I didn't notice anything unusual about it. It's a nice clear apple green colour, with a good scent of fresh watery apples to it. I expected it to taste so much nicer than it did. I think what I didn't like about this was that it was really very watery for a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/08 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I'm quite happy to stick to my coffee & tea but my daughters (age 21 & 17) don't drink hot things so I.m always on the lookout for some variety of liquids for them other than water. It's that time of year when colds & coughs seem to spread like crazy so I've started to buy good fruit juices with vitamin c - only when they're on offer though!! At tesco.com (8th october) they were selling 2 x 1 litre of princes pure apple juice for £1.50 which saved 68p. I know that this isn't a huge amount, but the savings add up when you buy a few items with offers and, as they say, 'every little helps...' The carton is slightly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Having tried and like the orange juice from the Princes range, I figured that their apple juice would be as nice. We don't usually have apple juice, and normally I only bother going for the Tesco Value stuff anyway. However, this was on offer, at £1.07 for a carton, but buy one get one free, a while back, so I thought I'd get some. The carton itself is quite well designed, with one of those white plastic things at the top that you lift up and it pops a hole in itself to help you pour easier. It's also resealable. Tick. It looks much like most apple juices do: see through and a greeny brown colour. Nothing special or different there, and it smells ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/08 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I like a nice juice so when I went on a long car ride recently I bought a few cartons of apple juice because I find fizzy pop makes me feel sick in the car. Princes Pure Apple Juice is the juice I chose because the small 200ml cartons are the ideal size for me. I wish I had only bought one though because it is not very nice apple juice at all. Even though it has a sweet red apple flavour it tastes rather insipid and more like an apple flavour cordial than a pure fruit juice. It is not as refreshing as I would expect from a quality apple juice and my son in law commented that it puts him in mind of a low alcohol cider he drank in Hereford ... Read the complete review
by WackoStepho - written on 02/07/12
I've already reviewed Princes pure orange juice today so thought whilst I'm at it I may as well share my thoughts on their apple variety. Ok firstly I am partial to a swig of fruit juice, especially when I'm on a health kick and trying not to drink my own weight in cola; I like various juices except anything containing even the remotest hint of banana as I simply cannot abide the taste of what I perceive is an evil fruit intent on making me gag. That aside I'm not really that picky with my flavours, I'll give summer fruits a go, blueberry goes down well, cranberry even is quite a favourite but I do think you can't really go wrong with good old fashioned orange or apple. . Read the complete review
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