Tesco No Added Sugar Tropical Squash Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Soft Drink
Description:Manufacturer: Tesco / Type: Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... for the 1.5 litre bottle for £1.50 as this represented better value for money. The bottle is quite short and rounded - so it ... more
Customer Tesco No Added Sugar Tropical Squash Reviews (7)
by - written on 07/03/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I'm not always mad keen on tropical flavours in pop because it depends on what fruit have been used and they all taste completely different from each other. This no added sugar one from Tesco isn't that bad but I think it tastes a bit cheap. It's one of them double concentrated squashes so you only have to use a bit and dilute it with water, it doesn't smell all that nice in the bottle but the taste isn't too bad. I used more than it said on the bottle because I like strong squash but don't go too over board because if you put too much in the drink gets a bitter taste to it. The fruit is mixed nice and you get a tropical flavour, it's hard to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/10 (Very useful, 12 readings)
I am always looking for ways to save some money when doing the Tesco shop, and buying Tesco own brand products seems to be a good way of doing this, as I have rarely been disappointed with them. Swapping my usual Robinsons squah for this squash seemed a good move to save a few pennies. At first the bottle appeared quite expensive for its size, just on first glance, but then I read the information on the bottle and realised it was doubly concentrate, which means you only need to use half as much as normal, which then meant the bottle was double the value that I thought it was. So dont be put off by first appearances. The bottle is clear, which shows ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/09 (Very useful, 166 readings)
---Intro--- It's a glorious day and I'm stuck at work. I generally drink quite a lot throughout the day, but it's even more important to keep hydrated when it's hotter of course, and since I'd asked dooyoo to add various flavours of Tesco squash for me to review them I thought I'd bring a bottle with me for my desk at work. Since it's a hot summer's day, today I will be reviewing the Tesco No Added Sugar Tropical Squash! I'd really rather have a nice summery cocktail, but such is life! ---The Bottle--- The bottle is 750ml. I should note here that the Tesco bottles of squash have double the concentrate, so the bottles ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/12/09 (Very useful, 152 readings)
I'm very sweet-toothed so I try to reduce my sugar input by drinking squash. It has fruity sweet taste and I don't eat as much chocolate or biscuits. It is hard to resist when we have at home a large stock of them... We buy our squashes from Sainsbury's and we like the shop's own branded double concentrated no added sugar squashes. Last time I forgot to buy replacement so when we were in Tesco we bought Tesco's Tropical squash and another one because they were on offer. Price and package ----------------------- Tesco's Tropical Squash comes in a colourless transparent bottle with blue cap. It is available in two sizes: 1.5 litre for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/01/13 (Very useful, 59 readings)
We drink quite a lot of fruity squash in our house and we are always looking for new flavours to try. As a rule, I generally prefer orange-based squashes so when I saw this Tropical squash in Tesco it immediately appealed to me as it was orange in colour. The squash can be bought in bottle sizes of 750ml or 1.5 litres and it is a no added sugar squash. It is also double concentrated so you only need half the regular amount of squash per glass (and obviously mix it with water). A 750ml bottle costs around £1, but we opted for the 1.5 litre bottle for £1.50 as this represented better value for money. The bottle is quite short and rounded - so it fits neatly ... Read the complete review
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