Sainsburys 'Diet' Blue Bolt Energy Drink Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Soft Drink
Description:Manufacturer: Sainsbury's / Type: Energy Drink
Newest Review: ... For anyone with a sensitivity to caffeine, I would recommend avoiding this drink as there is 30mg of caffeine per 100ml of ... more
Customer Sainsburys 'Diet' Blue Bolt Energy Drink Reviews (6)
by - written on 06/03/10 (Very useful, 149 readings)
This drink reminds me of a product that it is regularly mixed with: Vodka. When drinking vodka you think to yourself "I can't taste or smell this, it's having no effect!" until 14 hours later when you wake up in the middle of a roundabout. Blue Bolt will trick you into drinking virtually the whole bottle before you begin to feel any effect at all at which point, all of a sudden, you get a massive caffeine rush. This is useful if you are averse to recreational drugs and are looking for something to give you an off-the-shelf high. However, most of us who buy this are doing so because our body is telling us to sleep and our brain is telling us we still ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/09 (Very useful, 125 readings)
Sainsburys Diet Blue Bolt is an energy drink that claims to stimulate body & mind & speed up your metabolism. It is a 250ml can which is blue, red & silver in colour and each 100ml contains 30mg of caffeine. One can is apparently the equivalent of one cup of decent coffee. This contains just 2mg per 100ml less caffeine than the branded equivalent, Red Bull. Once you open the can it has quite an overpowering smell which is almost a little fruity and then once you have your first taste it's very sweet and after you've finished the can you might find that you are left with a slight after taste and if you smell the breathe of somebody who ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/09 (Very useful, 263 readings)
I drink quite a lot of tea and coffee as a bit of a pick me up during the day. However sometimes I find that I can get a bit fed up consuming these after a while and as a result have recently been trying some of the energy drinks loaded with caffeine that are currently available on the market. I vaguely remember at one stage the only available product in this category for a long time was red bull and I used to remember how shocked I was to discover the huge variation in price from store to store when purchasing this particular item which could set you back as much as £1.49 a can depending on where it was purchased. Recently there seems to have been a kind of energy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/08/09 (Very useful, 231 readings)
Now and then I like the odd energy drink, not to actually give me energy but just because I fancy one as a refreshing drink. I hate paying ridiculous prices though for the likes of Red Bull so I try and buy cheaper versions but ones which taste very similar - although I never can find a similar drink. Blue Bolt is one I bought before from Sainsburys, as it is Sainsburys very own energy drink. I often before going out drink Vodka and Redbull too, to try make my nights out cheaper but if buying actual Redbull it tends to make my night quite expensive so that's the main reason I bought Sainsburys Blue Bolt. You can either buy it in the original or diet version, I've bought . Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/09, updated on 17/10/12 (Very useful, 232 readings)
Anyone who regularly reads my reviews will by now know I am a lover of energy drinks. Having had an eating disorder I relied on them really as I felt they helped up my calorie intake and boost my very poor energy levels. Now however I've booted the eating disorder up the bum and I eat and drink normally (hence this being a 'diet' product) and I go the gym most days and work me bum off to eat pretty much whatever I want to sort of thing lol. I tend to drink alot of water through my work outs or isotonic drinks but prior to a work out I usually have an energy drink of some variety on route and one when I come out. I think it's just a mind thing really ... Read the complete review
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