Tesco Diet Cola Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... of fruit to them but this is not overly strong in my opinion. Anyway when I tasted the Tesco Diet Cola I was pleased to ... more
Customer Tesco Diet Cola Reviews (32)
by - written on 08/07/12 (Very useful, 84 readings)
When it comes to buying soft drinks I always go for the diet or sugar free option as I am diabetic, when I do our weekly shop we always buy squash and then one or two bottles of fizzy drink as well. When it comes to buying fizzy drinks we tend to buy what is on offer, we often purchase Pepsi as this is something we both enjoy but branded Pepsi is quite expensive for just one bottle. One day I spotted Tesco Diet Cola, it was only a fraction of the price so I decided to buy a bottle and give it a go, after all I wouldn't be wasting a lot of money if we really didn't like it. Packaging The Tesco Diet Cola comes in a 2 litre clear plastic bottle which has a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/11 (Very useful, 116 readings)
I like a drink of cola and like different brands and I first discovered this one awhile ago when I was looking for a cheaper brand for one of my parties. For the price I thought it was worth a try and if I did not like it then I had not wasted much money. It can be quite a little expensive sometimes if you are buying lots of food and drink for parties and entertain as much as I do sometimes and so a cheaper choice is what I tend to do so that I can save a few extra pennies. This one is priced at just around 56p for a 2 litre bottle, the bottle is transparent with a screw off top, the top is a little hard to open for the first time it is being used but that is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
A few years ago, I would only drink branded cola - ie pepsi or coca cola. This was because any cheaper alternative just tasted so fould to me - sugary, syrupy and not at all like cola as I knew it. Recently, I tried Tesco's own brand of cola as I had tried many of their other own brand products and been impressed with how similar they actually were to the branded alternatives. The price difference between a bottle of this and a bottle of branded cola also helped persuade me, at 48p for a 2 litre bottle (Coca Cola priced at £1.78 for this size bottle and Pepsi £1.79). This represents a huge saving to me as I tend to buy two bottles a week. The cola comes in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/12/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
As it's getting near that time of year where the parties are endless, it only means that essentials should be stored in the fridge and Cola is one of them. While shopping in Tesco the other week I almost forgot to get a bottle in and with having bought spirits, it was a must that I needed to get some mixers. The only thing was that Pepsi and Coca Cola were quite pricey for a bottle when Tesco's own brand Cola was staring me in the eye. I am a loyal Tesco shopper and have bought their own one before so I decided to save a few pennies and threw it in my trolley. APPEARANCE The bottle of Cola from Tesco is quite distinct and doesn't really look too ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Yuck!! I do NOT like this cola!! As you may have read in some of my other reviews, I am somewhat a Diet Coke addict. I am a bit snobbish when it comes to my coke and will only drink the Diet Coca Cola, rather than any other brand, or even Pepsi. I acquired a bottle of this bad-tasting drink when my friend brought a bottle round. We used my Diet Coke as a mixer with our drinks, and then she left this at my house - how I wish she hadn't! The bottle is a 2 litre bottle with a silver label and lid. It has the nutritional information on the front and a "splash" of the coke as a picture. The back details all of the information that ... Read the complete review
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