Tesco High Juice Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... like you've just eaten a tablet of Splenda. Then I found this. Checking out the ingredients - no aspartame or phenylalanine, ... more
Customer Tesco High Juice Reviews (9)
by - written on 01/06/10 (Very useful, 83 readings)
In my household we get through quite a lot of squash, we're not really big on juices so it's pretty much all we drink on a weekday (except for the occasional cup of coffee). With that in mind I'm always on the look out for the perfect squash, the ambrosia of the soft drink aisle, the nectar.....OF THE GODS!!!!! (ahem). In Tesco's high juice I think I may have just found it. What sets the high juice range apart from other juices is that (yup you guessed it) it contains a "high" amount of juice, 50% to be precise. It's nice to see such a massive amount of fruit juice in a product like this with most other squashes using a token amount of about 2%, just ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/10 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I have a distinct aversion to hot drinks. It probably has something to do with the fact that when i was a child my mother used me as her Coffee slave & ordered me to make one for her whenever she wanted one. Consequently, I very rarely choose to make hot drinks & prefer to drink cold drinks like dilute squash or fizzy drinks. Most of the Tesco own brand products that I have ever used have been of more than adequate quality so I decided to give their High Juice dilutable squash a try. There are various types available including Orange, Tropical Fruit or Summer Fruits. Pretty Much something for everyone. In my local supermarket they tend to be priced at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/09 (Very useful, 74 readings)
High juice (not the no added sugar variety) is marketed as having no artificial flavours or colours and being suitable for vegetarians. This is always a good starting point for me. A squash is not a drink I have all the time - more of a now and again buy. I have not bought this squash for years as I mainly used to buy it for my daughter and friends when they were little (and dilute it very well). This last shop, however, I bought it for myself. Price ------ Currently, you could expect to pay 99p for a litre bottle of Orange High Juice - although I think the prices can vary between flavours. A branded squash ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/09 (Very useful, 135 readings)
Tesco High Juice squash consists of several different varieties of fruit flavours and is available for around a £1.00 each. I usually buy the blackcurrant or winter fruits variety. The product comes in a 1 litre plastic bottle with a plastic screw top lid and the label clearly states the flavour (in words and a picture) and the fact that the drink contains "40% juice" and that it "contains no artificial flavours or colours" and is suitable for vegetarians. The drink is in concentrate form and should be diluted approximately 1 part juice to 4 parts water, and more so for toddlers. The ingredients for the blackcurrant drink are listed ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/11, updated on 10/02/12 (Very useful, 177 readings)
Being quite partial to an drink of an evening, when I became pregnant I needed a none alcoholic substitute to fill the void! My household already consumed what seemed to be bottles of the stuff - although we tended to drink eg Robinsons (for my son) and Tesco Value juice for diluting anything alcoholic (along with lemonade/other carbonated drink). Settling down to a pint of Robinsons/Value juice was somehow not the same! Both tasted extremely artificial, reminiscent of the cordial from my school days (a very long time ago!). Therefore I sought out a substitute. Tesco High Juice seemed as good a choice as any. Tesco offer variety of ... Read the complete review
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