Tesco Fiery Ginger Beer Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Soft Drink
Description:A fiery ginger soft drink.
Newest Review: ... because we had so much of this bottle leftover (2LTR's is hard to get through between two people) after the weekend I decided ... more
Customer Tesco Fiery Ginger Beer Reviews (14)
by - written on 15/11/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
Ginger Beer is one of my favourite carbonated drinks and the Fiery variety in particular has a special kick to it. It isn't often I drink it in the winter, but in the summer, I often choose this product as an alternative to beer or lager. A favourite time would be after cutting the grass, when I want to reward myself and sit back and admire a job well done. I like all ginger beers, but find that the Tesco one is invariably cheaper than the branded alternatives. Since we usually shop at Tesco, that's the brand of ginger beer that I most often buy. In terms of taste, I liken it to the home-made ginger beer that was often made by my Mum from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/09 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I am a tea addict. I very rarely drink soft fizzy drinks (with the exception of a can of diet coke when I am out and thirsty) as I am just not really a fan of them. However, we always have a vast amount of diet soft drinks in the house as my husband loves them. One of the bottles that came home from our shopping trip once was the diet version of Tesco's fiery ginger beer. Ginger beer is a soft drink that I enjoy so I tried a glass. My first thought was that for an own brand that cost 47p this wasn't bad. There was no watery taste that you get with some own brands where they have skimped on the flavouring (especially true with diet drinks) and there was a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/04/09 (Very useful, 723 readings)
I first bought Tesco own brand Fiery Ginger Beer two years ago when I started being more careful with money and stopped paying out a fortune for branded fizzy drinks. It is normally priced at 47p for a 2l bottle but is currently on special offer at 3 for £1.20. It is quite often on this special offer however keep your eye open for it on offer at 3 for £1, I noticed this offer just before Christmas so stocked up. The ginger beer had a one year best before date so plenty of time to drink up our supply. Tesco ginger beer comes in a brown transparent plastic bottle with a matching brown label. There is a picture of a glass of ginger beer on the label. It does ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/10, updated on 10/02/10 (Very useful, 199 readings)
I love fizzy drinks, but like to vary what I'm drinking and often plump for Northern drinks like Dandelion and Burdock and also Iron Bru. One of my favourite drinks is also ginger beer. I love ginger beer that is flavoursome and often only go for ones which say 'fiery' on the label. So I noticed this drink in Tesco recently and got 2 bottles of my Dandelion and Burdock and a bottle of this as it was part of a deal of 3 bottles for £1.20, Which is quite a good price. A single bottle costs 48p. Obviously I was thinking this would only be a one off as it would probably not taste very nice. However I must admit that this actually tastes ok. There is a gingery ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/10 (Very useful, 260 readings)
It's amazing how sometimes the name can be misleading. For years I have been shopping in supermarkets, passed the softdrinks aisle, looked at ginger beer bottles and cans but never bought them. I was under the assumption that it is 'Beer'- an alcoholic drink. Since we are all non-alcoholic, there was no question of me bringing it. Then went to BBQ party to my neighbour's house and she offered me a glass of chilled ginger beer and I said 'Sorry, I don't drink!@ and she said 'I know and that's why I am offering you ginger beer and not margaritas'. Only then I realised it was just a soft drink- and from then there was no looking back!!! Thanks to my ... Read the complete review
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