San Pellegrino Limonata Reviews
Product Type: San Pellegrino Soft Drink
Description:Brand: San Pellegrino / Type: Flavoured Sparkling Water
Newest Review: ... in order to drink the beverage- not only is this a novelty that never gets old, and never stops making you feel like you're ... more
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San Pellegrino Limonata Sparkling Lemon Juice(24 x 330ml)
San Pellegrino Limonata Sparkling Lemon Juice (24 x 330ml)
Last Update 09.03.2014 01:11
San Pellegrino Limonata (33cl)
San Pellegrino Limonata is a sparkling and refreshing lemon drink ...
Last Update 09.03.2014 01:11
Customer San Pellegrino Limonata Reviews (5)
by - written on 16/06/12 (Very useful, 140 readings)
San Pellegrino is an Italian brand who offer fresh, fruity drinks. They use citrus fruits including lemon, orange (various types) and grapefruit in their drinks. ~Limonata~ 'Sparkling lemon beverage' This lemon drink is made from lemons which are sun-ripened in the South of Italy. It has 16% lemon juice concentrate, mineral water and sugar as the main ingredients. Served chilled, it should quench a thirst. It is available in two types of packaging - a small glass bottle and a can. Each 330ml can has just under 150 calories and 10g of sugar. Limonata isn't as easy to locate like a can of Coca Cola. You can purchase ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/12 (Very useful, 596 readings)
I first came across San Pellegrino Limonata when I was dying of thirst waiting for a very long delayed train. I normally steer well clear refreshment kiosks on station platforms because I know you pay through the nose for most things they sell. I didn't have much choice on that occasion, so I bought the only cold drink they had that wasn't water. I am glad I did, because I discvovered a delicious drink. I recognised San Pellegrino as an Italian company that produces mineral water, but I had not tried any products from their sparking fruit drink range before. Although I call this drink lemonade, San Pellegrino themselves call it a "sparkling lemon ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/12 (Very useful, 121 readings)
Being quite a fan of Italian food I tend to look out for offers on Italian restaurants such as Prezzo and to keep costs down I will often opt to have a soft drink rather than alcohol. One soft drink that I find a lot of Italian restaurants sell is Sanpellegrino Limonata, a sparkling lemon beverage made with lemon juice. This is a lovely drink which is very tangy and refreshing and one that I have recently discovered can now be purchased in some supermarkets too. The Limonata comes packaged in 330ml cans and can either be purchased in single cans or in multi-packs of 6. My last purchase was of a single 330ml can from a Sainsbury's local store for £0.79. This ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/13, updated on 25/01/13 (Very useful, 94 readings)
The can: as a european product (it is italian) it has the european style can's, with a similar shape and size to UK can's but with an eliptical shape to the drinking hole- this forces you to drink the product slower- a great idea considering how dammed expensive it is! The can's also come topped with silver foil, which one must remove in order to drink the beverage- not only is this a novelty that never gets old, and never stops making you feel like you're drinking a premium beverage- but it also has practical and hygienic value too- never before had I thought about how disgusting it was that we just put out mouths on those can's that have been sitting there ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/12 (Very useful, 122 readings)
I'm generally not a fan of fizzy drinks. All that gas plays havoc with my constitution! Not to mention the sugar/sweetener content, so this Limonata is strictly for a special treat. I first encountered San Pellegrino drinks in my local Bella Italia restaurant where they specialise in Italian branded drinks. The can is a beautiful bright yellow with a picture of ripe lemons and the company logo. The cans are topped with a pretty foil lid which reminds me of the old fashioned Ski yoghurt pots, the ones which looked like milk churns (maybe that's just me). I don't know what purpose this lid serves as the can is sealed with a ring pull, but it is very decorative. The only ... Read the complete review
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