Sainsbury's 'Basic's' Diet Indian Tonic Water Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... however when I was shopping in Sainsburys and was comparing prices I realised that I'd be spending a small fortune on tonic ... more
Customer Sainsbury's 'Basic's' Diet Indian Tonic Water Reviews (3)
by - written on 25/06/12 (Very useful, 70 readings)
We've just recently had a large house party, and as such we had lots of drinks and cocktails flowing all night. I did want to try and keep the food and drink costs down slightly as they were in danger of spiralling out of all control, and so in the weeks beforehand I was trying out cheaper versions of various products. One of the products that I tried was the Sainsburys Basics Diet Indian Tonic Water. We needed tonic water as a mixer for many of the drinks and cocktails for the party. When guests come to a party they tend to bring wine or beers, or even a bottle of sprits. No-one really brings mixers, it's kind of the hosts job to have the mixers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/09 (Very useful, 91 readings)
A few years ago I had a bad case of flu and was quite ill. I used to like my drink, especially lager and now and then a brandy but while ill I went off all drinks except hot chocolate and water. For a few months after this is all I drunk but I didnt enjoy going to the pub as I didnt want an alcoholic drink anymore but lemonade and coke tasted far too sweet for my liking. Then the lady behind the bar suggested I try a tonic water with ice and lemon. I cn honestly say I had never tried tonic before but thought I would give it a try and realy enjoyed it. Next time we went shopping I looked to buy some to have at home but the big name brands were very expensive ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/09, updated on 14/05/09 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I do like tonic water and I particularly love it with my tipple of choice which is gin! Yep it's Mothers ruin all the way for me and I love the stuff! The other day I had the gin, I had the lime on standby as well but I'd ran out of tonic so off I trotted to my local Sainsbury's. I always buy quite decent and expensive tonic waters as I think it's an integral mixer really but I saw this on sale for 10p a bottle and saw a woman loading her trolley with them so I grabbed a couple of them shocked at the price and felt inquisitive! The Packaging.... 1 litre see-through bottle with white plastic screw on/off cap to the top of it. Round the ... Read the complete review
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