Product Type: Sunkist Growers Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... the product with no identity or brand position. Sunkist has some of the best packaging design's I have seen in a soft drink, ... more
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Customer Sunkist Reviews (13)
by - written on 14/04/08 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Fizzy drinks are a real downfall for me, I know they're bad for me but I just can't resist a little carbonated fizz now and then, a brand that makes a nice change despite its low profile is Sunkist orange. Sunkist- Sunkist is an orange flavoured fizzy drink, much along the same lines as big name brands Fanta and Tango. Designed to give a refreshing burst of orange flavour the drink provides a welcome change from market dominating cola drinks (of which I'm not allowed now I'm expecting) The drink is presented very similarly to Fanta with bright orange packaging using vivid blue writing, and with much the same taste it is easy to get the 2 brands mixed up, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/08 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Sunkist If your looking for a cheap can of fizzy pop then Sunkist is available in all supermarkets, the bright orange cans and bottles are designed to catch your eye as you go along the drinks aisles, with the words Sunkist written largely across the front of the can in dark contrasting blue letters, it really is hard to miss. The drink can be bought in single cans for around 60-70p depending on where you buy them, I have even see this on offer for 19p a can in some supermarkets last year, when Sunkist must have been having a promotion time. You can usually buy this drink in packs of 6 from the pound shops as they tend to stock less popular brands of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/08 (Very useful, 83 readings)
It's quite ironic that I use to drink this soda when I was a young lad. Well Sunkist orange is probably like most other carbonated sodas out on the market, like Coca Cola, 7Up and so on. It's had quite a long history, it was first licensed to be sold in 1986, and after our beloved British owned Cadbury Schweppes bought the rights for it. Ok so before I go into detail about the taste, and my feelings on the product as a whole it makes sense to give a bit of nutritional info on the product. Nutritional Facts: Calories - 190 per can Total Fat - 0g Total Carbs - 0g Sugars - 52g Protein - 0g Well two main obvious facts ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/08 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Sunkist - to drink it is to be kissed by the sun...? Actually I laughed the first time I bought one of these as I thought when I read it thinking that it was called sinkist. I was on holiday in Cornwall at the time and did have visions of someone pouring it all over and licking it off (sorry I don't know why that came to mind; must have been the sunshine going to my head!). I did think that would be quite sinful, especially on a public beach, though I got worried even in my fantasy about how sticky it would get and how all the sand would stick and go all scratchy. Still it would be OK on a beach because you could just jump into the sea to get it off ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/08, updated on 17/07/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Walking through town the other day I was soooo thirsty I'd have drank anything (almost). I was literally gagging! So I ran into the newsagents and purchased this, Sunkist 'Sunshine Orange' Soft Drink (pop to me and you lol). Slightly different to the photograph at the top of this review I managed to find. My can is 330ml and made of aluminium. It opens by a ring pull and the tin itself is an orange colour with a dark blue line running one at the top of the can and one at the bottom. The can tells me the nothing! No nutritional values and no contact numbers for Sunkist. Nice enough tin though and a bit more grown up than some! The ... Read the complete review
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