Tesco American Ginger Ale Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Soft Drink
Description:Manufacturer: Tesco / Type: Soft Drinks
Newest Review: ... the more fizz you manage to keep and the less likely it is that the drink will spill. However, Tesco have obviously scrimped ... more
Customer Tesco American Ginger Ale Reviews (5)
by - written on 11/07/09, updated on 22/11/12 (Very useful, 184 readings)
===Introduction=== I am not Cola or Pepsi fan and find many of the bottled or canned soft drinks so carbonated that I am left burping (very lady-like, in company, of course) after consuming those bubbles that have not escaped up into my nostrils. I was looking for a flavoursome, thirst quenching soft drink that didn't contain artificial sweeteners, unnatural colourants, or was too fizzy. Ginger is one of my favourite flavours, so I have been investigating all the ginger flavoured drinks. Schweppes produce a lovely ginger beer, albeit still a tad bubbly and (at 98p/litre, ) expensive, but otherwise it ticked all the right boxes for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/09 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Throughout my childhood my mother had force fed me Enid Blyton bedtime stories, most noteably the Famous Five. Famous five board games, Famous Five books. Famous Five role plays in the garden (with the sadly perma-imagined Timmy as mum and dad wouldn't allow a real life Timmy to enter my life.) As a result of this, walking down the tesco drink isle and seeing bottles of ginger ale threw me instantly into horrific, nightmareish enid blyton memoried flashbacks. "Aunt Fanny gave George, Julian and Timmy a picnic of cheese sandwiches, fruit cake and lashings of ginger beer to take on their adventure into the old derelict anne summers factory." Well, maybe ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/02/12 (Very useful, 26 readings)
I like ginger ale and have liked it since I was a lad of about twelve when I tasted it for the very first time. I hadn't had it for years and then I decided one day to buy myself a bottle of Tesco's own brand Ginger Ale. I noticed it was dirt cheap, at only 43p for a litre bottle so I decided to give it a go. This bottle is the usual plastic one with the twist off lid. I liked the fact that I could hear the familiar hiss of the carbonated drink inside the bottle before I had even fully removed the top . I poured it straight into a tall glass and it fizzed right up to the top. I had to wait a bit for the bubbles to settle and then topped the glass ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/13 (Very useful, 23 readings)
Neither I nor the hubby are great soft-drink consumers, we probably buy about 10-12 2 litre bottles of "fizzy drinks" a year as a treat. We have bought this product on several occasions, mostly because it tastes nice, is low on calories and just feels more grown-up than Coke, Fanta or any of their equivalents, while also being cheaper. There is a definite ginger taste, although the taste is far from overwhelming - it is just right for us. It also has the perfect amount of fizz too - definitely less than the likes of Coke. For all of the above reasons, this product has become one of our main treats when it comes to soft drinks over the past few ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/11 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Growing up, we always used to have a bottle or two of American Ginger Ale in the house at Christmas. My mother used to like it as a mixer, and would make a long drink of it with Bacardi and plenty of ice. The problem was, I took quite a liking to it myself, and preferred it to the typical fizzy stuff bought for "the kids" to drink over the holidays. There would inevitably be raised voices when my Mum had nothing to mix with her Bacardi as I'd drunk it all instead of whatever sugar and colouring laden fizz had been bought for me. Apparently Bacardi and "Blue Raspberry" drink just didn't work! To this day I still enjoy the taste of ... Read the complete review
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