“ Manufacturer: Tesco / Type: Soft Drink „
=Tesco Value Orange Squash Double Concentrate=
I use Tesco for my main shop, and Squash is one of those things that are nearly always on the shopping list every week, come the summer months, I sure there is an imp that comes in at night and drinks it!!
=No Added Sugar=
Where I can possibly buy no added sugar products I will, I drink High Juice squash, but my daughter doesn't like that, and after a few trial and errors she likes this Tesco Value Orange squash which is double concentrate. As well as being no added sugar, it also has no artificial flavours or colours
This is a 750ml bottle, and is slightly smaller than most bottles as they tend to be 1 litre bottles.
The bottle is a clear size bottle, and has a white screw top lid. The label has a wrap around label, which has all the information about the product on there.
The label has all the nutrition and ingredients, along with recycling information. It also informs the consumer that the drink is suitable for vegetarians and toddlers too.
I find that this is a nice flavour orange juice based drink, and it thirst quenching. For me I don't like the drink (sorry) but my daughter loves it, and as far as I am concerned that is all that matters.
I find that it does equal a double strength and it is an economical and great for when she has friends round, as I usually make up some drinks and put them in the fridge ready them to help themselves to.
This drink is also available in lemon and blackcurrant.
I think I paid around 50p for a bottle, I glance at the price tag, but unless it hits £1.00 then I will take more notice.
=Would I recommend=
I would highly recommend this juice, its great value for money, tastes nice, (according to Miss Thrifty), and even though it is a basics range you would not realise unless you looked at the bottle.
With the rate my two young boys go through juice it is a shame I don't have shares in it. My eldest who is now five has always been a little monkey for trying to fill his tummy up on it. Which resulted in me being a mean mummy and only allowing him water at eating time but still they get through a considerable amount of juice!
I came across Tesco's value juice some time ago which claims to be double strength orange squash with no added sugar.
Tesco everyday value double strength orange squash is a no added sugar juice. It has no artificial flavours or colours so perfectly fine for two young boys.
It is available in a 750ml size so compared to a lot of squashes on the market it is quite a small bottle. The bottle is a clear see through bottle with a white screw top lid making it easy to see the bright yellow coloured juice inside. It has a wrap around label which has been modernised since the picture taken above. I think all supermarkets are trying to take away that horrible look value products had before lessing the stigma behind them.
The label contains all the nutrition and ingredients details you are after along with recycling information. It also clearly states it is suitable for vegetarians and toddler too.
Considering the juice claims to be double strength it seems to be lacking in flavour. I did believe having double strength would mean I would need less juice to make a drink but unfortunately this isn't the case. In the case of my two sons' this isn't a problem as I don't like them to have their juice strong I never have. But for me I find the flavour lacking orange slightly. It isn't an unpleasant taste though, no hint of sharpness which I detest just weak. I have found you have to make it fairly strong using quite a large amount of juice to get the full flavour which I do find rather nice and thirst quenching.
My boys enjoy this orange and don't have a bad word to say about it. As well as orange this juice is available in lemon or blackcurrant flavour but orange has to be the boys favourite.
A problem I have found with Tesco's value range products the price seems to bounce up and down. Currently a 750ml bottle is priced at 42 pence which is the cheapest juice available if you worked it out pence per 100ml which works out at 6pence per 100ml.
So overall it isn't a bad buy but claiming it is a double strength juice is to me a load of rubbish. There is nothing double strength to me.
This stuff is great. As a student, I buy this stuff so I'm not drinking just water all the time as that can get a little boring. It's only around 30p for a bottle and that lasts me around a fortnight as it is double concentrate. You just need to add a little of this to some tap water to get a nice tasting orange flavoured juice.
Double concentrate means it comes in a smaller bottle, which is better for the environment and also means it is easier to carry home and to store. It really is small and takes up hardly any room in my cupboard which is great as I share a student kitchen.
Taste- It tastes great. I really wouldn't notice much difference between this and robinsons. Nice and orangey and leaves a nice colour in the juice.
Easy to use, just add enough until you get the flavour you want.
Really very cheap and is great value
Easy to store- doesn't expire quickly meaning you can leave it in a cupboard for ages.
I really can't think of any disadvantages for this product. I don't know why you would spend a lot more on robinsons and other similar products when, in my opinion, this is just as good and is so much cheaper.
In the interest of keeping the budget balanced, I am not adverse to trying out some of the cheaper brands. In fact, some trials have found us liking the product so much it becomes the normal purchasing option.
One item I do pick up quite regularly is this double concentrated orange squash from Tesco. It costs just 29p for a 750ml bottle. When you count in that it is so concentrated, you would be getting the equivalent of 1.5 litres of squash.
At first I didn't actually try this myself, and was happily buying it and my husband and the kids were drinking it without much complaint. I did however then try it myself, and I couldn't believe how weak and insipid it actually is. It looks ok when it is in the bottle, however, when diluted correctly according to the instructions, it is a very weak looking liquid. It certainly doesn't really look that interesting or tasty. It is palatable in that I can drink it without difficulty, but I would much rather have plain water myself, or the lemon version of this squash. I just find that there is virtually no orange taste there at all. I like quite strong tastes myself in food and drink, and can't see much point if the taste is not good.
I do still buy this as my husband does quite like it. It is a fairly healthy option as a 250ml diluted serving is only 2 calories, and is low in sugar and salt.
If I were the only one drinking this, I think I wouldn't bother, as it is so mediocre. But, seems though everyone drinks it without too much fuss, maybe I am just being incredibly picky about it, so I will give it 3 stars, mainly for it being a cheap option.
I'm a huge fan of orange squash, and like most families we drink robinsons orange squash. One day we went shopping and they had run out of it at tesco! Rather shocked we were! So we had a look at the alternatives because I'm not sure our family could survive without orange squash. We went with tesco value because it was under 50p, thinking that it would do. It is also double concentrate, meaning that it should in theory last longer. I will now go into a bit more detail on the product :)
The bottle / packaging:
As with all tesco value products, the packaging and design is very basic. It is a clear bottle with plastic round the middle explaining more about the product. It looks very cheap, but this shouldn't take away from what's in the bottle. You are also given nutritional information and ingredients on the back so you know how good it is for you! Overall you do not but this for its packaging, and neither should you expect it to look amazing for the extremely cheap price.
The drink is ok, you only need a very small amount of squash in the glass, it's very strong. A small amount and lots of water is needed! It's a very nice orange colour and looks similar to the more expensive brands. The taste is very different to your normal squash, it's extremely strong and I believe it's a bit sour. The aftertaste you are left with isn't as nice as you may want it to be, Im not a big fan of what taste you get after drinking it. Overall, the taste is not perfect, but it's what you pay for! It's drinkable and is much more cost effective.
I feel its a good idea to get for kids parties, or for other parties you have at home. People will not mind drinking it and it will save you a lot more cash. Just take the label off the bottle and they wont know it's tesco value! Its not that bad :)
It's not that bad! It isn't the nicest squash that you will try, it's not bad though. It's a good thing to keep in your cupboard if you run out of your main brand of squash. The price is excellent and good value, I'm really impressed with this stuff :)
Thanks for reading my review!
I would give this 4/5 stars :)
I'm not overly fond of drinking water on its own as I find the taste can get boring so I do tend to drink quite a lot of squashes in various flavours, different fruit juices and also soft drinks (I do try to limit my intake of those though). Water is virtually free as it comes out of the tap but obviously squash and the like isn't, as a family we do try and save money where we can and this quite often involves us buying value brands. I have recently sampled Tesco Value Orange Squash Double Concentrate as my mum decided to pop it into her trolley whilst doing the weekly shop.
The product itself comes in a clear plastic bottle and you get 750ml of the stuff for the low sum of just 29p, I must admit that I wasn't expecting much due to the extremely low price but on tasting it I was pleasantly surprised! I like my squash quite strong and found with this product that despite being double concentrated I still had to use the same amount as I would with other brands. The taste is definately orangey and rather sweet, though as I have a sweet tooth I don't really mind this, I didn't find it to be overly artificial in flavour and the drink is lovely and refreshing. Naturally it doesn't taste exactly like freshly picked oranges but for just 29p what do you expect? My mum wasn't a fan of it as it proved to be too sweet for her and my dad doesn't really touch squash so it has fallen on me to drink most of it.
As the new year has drawn in I have once again found myself trying to shift those christmas pounds and I was pleased to find out that a 250ml serving of this squash contains just 2 calories. Being sweet tasting you would definately expect there to be more calories than that in there so this squash is fab for those watching their waistlines. Worth splashing out on.
I have a lot of grandchildren and when they come over to my home they are always wanting a drink of juice. I always stock my cupboards so that I never run out of juice for them all. I like to try lots of different brands and ones that I have not bought before to see if they are suitable. This is my latest one I bought.
It comes housed in a clear plastic bottle with a screw off top. It is a very basic looking bottle with no fancy label etc. The juice inside the bottle is a yellow colour. I must admit it does look quite nice inside the bottle. The bottle is quite a wide one but easy to hold to pour the juice from it.
This juice does contain sweeteners but it contains no added sugars. The bottle size is 750ml and I bought it for just 29p. A really cheap price indeed and worth a try. I think for this price it is not a bad product if you are trying to save a bit of money or have a lot of grandchildren or children as I do.
I just pour a small amount into a beaker for my grandchildren and just top it up with cold water or water from my fridge. The taste is a nice one. It isn't too sweet or a nasty taste. It is quite a good quality juice and super value for money. You do need to use a little bit more than a branded one but that is to be expected from a shops own brand. I found that I did not have to use too much more to give for a good tasting juice.
It is a double concentrated juice but I couldn't really tell it was double the strength. To me it is just a normal strength with a good taste. I expected to use a little less since it was double strength but I found that I used an average amount for the price.
It also does have a nice smell of the oranges. It is a nice smell too. My grandchildren have enjoyed this juice and drank it with no problems at all. I do much prefer a branded juice but for the price I think this is fine for a family on a budget. It is a money saver for anyone on a very low budget who have a lot of children.
It is very low in calories and only contains 2 calories for a 250ml amount of juice, so very good for anyone on a diet etc.
Just cannot go wrong for 29p.
I would buy this again for myself and for my family.
The bottle can be recycled too.
I rate it 5 stars.
As money is quite tight at the moment, I am having to suffer in the food and drinks department, therefore I am opting to try out some of the own branded ranges within supermarkets to save as many pennies as I can. As I do a lot of shopping in Tesco and have always been fairly satisfied with their own branded stuff, I decided to try out their own brand Tesco value Orange squash.
I do love orange squash, and the reason this particular bottle appealed to me was because it was only 29p which is practically nothing compared to your average £1.30 odd bottle. For this price I was aware I was not going to be receiving the most luxurious of squash, but I thought it was worth a go.
It comes in quite a plain, unattractive packaging but this did not particular bother me as it is expected for this own branded squash. You get a 750ml bottle which is smaller than what I am used to, but it makes the bottle quite convenient for fitting into small cupboards as well as making it easier to pour. The reason the bottle might be this small is also because it is a double concentrated orange squash.
Despite often having troubles getting my measurements right when it comes to double concentrated squash, I have found it a much more convenient option in terms of fitting the bottles in to my poky cupboards and am now finally getting the hang of it! I have no preferences when it comes to having my squash weak or strong as I will happily drink it whatever. The biggest problem I found with this squash was that it did end up turning quite watery when water was diluted in it. At first I just thought I was not putting in enough squash in the first hand, however I put double the amount in the second time and the solution still came out fairly watery, and due to this it does mean you can get through the bottle quite quickly and it is not very long lasting.
When I finally managed to get the right amounts of squash to water ratio, I have to say I was completely displeased with the taste. It was just extremely sweet and did not particularly taste that much like orange. It is not refreshing or a drink you can enjoy, but something I simply drink because it is in the cupboard and I want to get rid of it without wasting it. It is okay, and less picky people might not be phased by it, however in comparison to other branded squash drinks you can buy, this is awful. Next time I am going to opt for the more premium Tesco squash to see if that does the job. Overall, I am extremely disappointed in the taste, and I do not feel that it delivers value for money, even if it is simply 29 pennies worth.
The things I do like about this squash however are its price and the fact that it is available with no added sugar, as I prefer to drink squash without any sugars in to keep my teeth healthy. One thing to note is to ensure that you shake the bottle every time before use as it builds up a horrible layer at the top of the squash and can leave it tasting even worse - if that is possible.
Overall, I would say avoid this squash like the plague, and definitely dig even that little bit more into your pockets to receive a much better quality drink for you and your family. Thanks for reading.
Tesco Value Orange Squash Double Concentrate is an orange squash that is part of the Tesco Value range. My experience of this range is that the products are very much....there are some fantastic bargains, but equally there are some dud products that really aren't very good at all. With basic items, the Value range seems to be at it's best.
The Tesco Value Orange Squash Double Concentrate comes in a plastic bottle which contains 750ml of the concentrate and costs just 29p - which is a pretty fantastic price. I would estimate that I get about 40 glasses of juice from the bottle, which equates to 0.7p per glass of squash, although it's worth bearing in mind that I make up the drink slightly weaker than the recommended directions because I prefer weak squash. The directions on the bottle recommend making up the squash with 9 parts water to 1 part squash.
The taste of the orange concentrate is okay, but it is clearly not a high quality squash since it tastes quite synthetic. It does have an orange flavour, but it certainly doesn't taste like fresh orange juice and I do find it to be quite sweet and this can be a little overpowering. Having said that, it's not unpleasant and my kids really don't seem to notice any difference between this and the more expensive brands. I would say there is definitely a difference, but as I buy it mostly for the kids then I'm not too bothered. It is best served iced cold with some ice-cubes.
I drink a lot of squash, it is very cheap to buy most of the time. I had not tried this one before but had seen it on the shelves many times and so thought for the price I would give it a go and if I did not like it, I would not have wasted much money at all.
It comes in a transparent plastic bottle with a screw off top. The label on the front is very basic looking in design and nothing special, just the usual colours of the Value range from Tesco. This squash is a bright orange colour and looks quite nice inside the bottle. It looks very refreshing. The bottle is quite a chunky one but it is not very tall. It has grooves along the side of the bottle and so it can easily be held without it slipping from the hands. I find it very easy to pour the liquid from the bottle with no problems.
This is a double strength orange squash and it contains no added sugar, which is good if you are trying to cut down on sugar or on a diet etc. It does however contain sweeteners. This one also contains no artificial colours or flavours. It does tell me on the label on the back of the bottle that it is not suitable for freezing. Some people do freeze drinks. I freeze almost anything I possibly can but this one would not be suitable. I have not ever frozen drinks though but some can be frozen.
It is very easy to use, all that is needed is to shake the bottle first and use 1 part to 9 parts of cold water. I just pour a small amount in a jug and then just add cold water to the amount I require. Using squash is one drink that just requires personal strengths of taste. Some people like it weak and some prefer it much stronger. I personally prefer it a little stronger, so I just use a little more juice if it is too weak when I have added the water.
This one does have a really nice taste to it. It is quite a strong taste for the cheap price and it is a really nice enjoyable drink. My little grandson quite likes this one and he has not complained that he has not liked the taste and with all children, they soon let you know if it is not suitable lol. He has enjoyed the drink. It does tell me on the label that if used for toddlers that a little extra water should be added. When I make up this drink for my grandson, I make it much weaker and it has been perfectly fine to drink. The orange taste is very apparent and it is not a nasty taste at all. For the price I think this one is a really good quality and one that is excellent value for money.
The bottle size is 750ml and so quite a lot of drink for just 29p. The bottle sits well on a surface without falling over. The base is a good size. It also has a really nice orange smell once the top is removed and it is apparent immediately and it is not a sickly smell.
Per 250ml diluted it contains:
0.2g of sugar
Trace of fat and saturates and a trace of salt.
So the amount of calories in this amount of drink is really good for a healthy eating plan in my opinion. It is a really nice refreshing drink and very tasty. For a shops own very low brand, this one has an excellent taste and I highly recommend it for others to give it a go. Especially if you have lots of children and are on a budget and wanting to drop a brand. This one is suitable for parties or any occasion in my opinion. It is also a good one if you only occasionally want to drink squash and do not want to waste any which you have not used in time before it is of no use anymore. This one would be ideal also for anyone living alone and only want a smaller bottle and do not drink squash that often and just fancy a drink now and again.
I will buy this one again in the future because it gives me all the taste that I expect from a cheaper brand of orange squash. Just cannot go wrong with this one for just 29p in my opinion.
I give it 5 stars.
Thank you for reading my review and I hope it has been of some help.
i grabbed a bottle of this once when i hadnt got a lot of money one week just to see if it was any good, at the time it was around 20p a bottle but has now doubled in price in the last few months but is still n my opinion great value for money.
it is as it says double strength so you only need to use half as much in a glass as you would a normal; cordial which is great as it means a smaller bottle to have to store and a lighter bottle to carry home from shopping.
put a small amount of this in the bottom of a glass and top it up with cold water and youhave a lovely orange drink, it has a realy nice fruity taste too it that is just right, not overly sweet but not too bitter either, the bottle lasts realy well too and has a top that isnt too hard to open like i find with other pops.
all of us in our houserealy enjoy this pop and it works out a lot cheaper than the leading brtands, also available in blackcurrent
Thesedays I am taking bottles of Diluted Juice into work. I would say I drink a lot though the day and can go through a litre in my working day, which perhaps doesn't seem that much, but since the shop where I work is prettye xpensive then spending around £2 a day just on Juice certainly adds up doesn't it. Although I can mix my Juice up at my work anyway, I tend to premix at home.
This comes in a 1.5 litre bottle and when I bought this about a month ago from my local Tesco this cost me 58p. Bit of a bargain I thought. I didn't know what to expect taste wise, but thought due to the price of it then it was worth a try anyway and not a huge amount lost if I didn't like it.
The bottle for this is alright. It is a large bottle, but you would perhaps expect that due to the Juice in here. The bottle stands tall enough, but is pretty wide as well and a square kind of shape. The wrap around label is alright, but not all that eye catching and looks a bit cheap with the tesco value colouring. It's not about what's outside but inside after all anyway.
You can see the Juice through the bottle as the plastic is clear and the orange juice looks nice and bright orange.
So what's the difference between this double concentrate and just normal dilution Juice/ Well since this is Double the concentrate then you only need half the amount of Juice so this works out even cheaper. Normally the guidelines on Diluting Juice advice to add 1 part Juice to 4 parts Water, but this states to add 1 part Juice to 9 parts Water. So I chuck in 100ml of this, and then top my 1litre bottle up and this makes a nice enough flavour of Juice.
So how does this compare price wise to other brands. Yes, perhaps it does taste a little bit more artificial tasting than some other brands and the taste is perhaps a bit sharp in a way, but if it is still too strong then just add a little bit more Water.
This is a nice enough tasting orange Juice drink. Well worth a try at the price as well.
I am a huge fan of the supermarket's value and budget ranges and most daily houshold items I stock are cheaper alternatives to the more expensive brand names. There are not many items in Tesco's value range that I am adverse to but this is one of them.
Tesco have got most of their value range pretty much spot on but on this occassion I have to say they have fallen short of producing a quality product at a low price. This double strength squash is available in a 750ml bottle for 22pence (with a mere 2 calories per 25ml serving), an insanely low price which at first glance appears to be good to be true and that is because it actually is!
Pretty tasteless even if you use the recommended amount (one part squash to nine parts water) and if you add more of the concentrate it becomes very insipid and bitter. The squash is quite bland and "synthetic" tasting reminisent of a powder mixed cold and flu soloution-the ones where you can taste the paracetamol with a chalky aftertaste.
The overall taste is not pleseant. The product lacks that essential robust flavour and is crying out for a blast of orange. If you really forced yourself you could (like most products) train your body to accept it and eventually like it but I am not sure it actually deserves that much of your time and persistence to do this. It's a real shame because their value lemon squash is quite pleasent and palatable and well worth your money.
On a plus side this squash is fairly low on sugars and carbohydrates etc but then it is also low on quite a basic and rather essential component - flavour. Give this product a wide birth and the few extra pennies that you have to spend on another product will buy you those ingredients missing in this one!
I recently tried Tesco Value double concentrated lemon squash. I was so surprised at how nice this was that I decided to try the orange flavour too. It costs just 53p for a 1.5 litre bottle. So this should give you double the amount.
The orange squash comes in the same shape bottle as the lemon, squat and fat with a white screw top lid. . It has the regular value label that most of Tescos Value range display. A white background with the Tesco Value logo in the corner and the words orange low calorie squash written in a blue banner. Beneath this there's a box that is made to look like its been done with a stamp, this tells us that the squash is double concentrated and you only need to use half as much. Below this you fine the GDA's which are for 25mls:-
There is a full list of ingredients on the other side of the label, along with allergy advice.
When I opened the squash it smelt strongly of orange peel, but there was no fresh orange aroma just a plastic fake one. I made a glass of squash up as per the instructions, using half the amount I normally would. The squash when diluted looks weak, however this is not a problem for me because I do like my squash weak.
When I tasted the squash I was very disappointed, especially after the Value Lemon concentrated squash was so nice. There is no real orange taste at all. In fact if someone had given this to me and I was blindfolded I don't think I would have been able to guess it was orange! The squash is extremely watery and tastes like sweetish water with a slight citrus kick. The only way to get a drink that remotely resembles orange squash is to use a lot. This of course defeats the object of it being double concentrated.
The squash also leaves an un naturally sweet after taste. I gave some to my mum and she said it reminded her of the squash you used to get in cinemas in a plastic carton. That was also incredibly weak.
I normally find the Tesco Value range is of reasonable quality but the Double Concentrated Orange Squash is definitely one to avoid. I will finish the drink because I hate waste but in future I will stick to the lemon flavour.
Only 1 Dooyoo star for this drink from me.
I think of myself as not much of an orange squash drinker to be honest, I do prefer the Apple and Blackcurrant variety of this squash (also found at Tesco, next to the Orange one and for only 58p!) but as there's not much choice here I guess I have to review this one! I do like the taste of Tesco's own Orange though, but I still don't understand why to this day!
I started drinking this by buying the Apple & Blackcurrant variety. It was my 18th birthday and I was into cider and blackcurrant at the time, so I bought myself a 3 litre (Strongbow thank you, I have taste!) and started mooching for cheap blackcurrant cordial as I had none in the house. I found the Apple & Blackcurrant for 58p, so nabbed that, and also made a mental note of the Orange next to it for only 48p - useful for my brother, or so I thought.
I actually found out recently my brother doesn't like the Orange one after he came to stay and touched none of it, but my boyfriend loves the stuff so I've been buying it for us since we moved to Preston in September, even bought a big lot of both flavours in April when we did our huge shop - 4 each and I still have 2, he has 3 left! Every so often, when mine runs out or I fancy a change, I'll rob some of his and it tastes quite ok to be honest, certainly nothing to complain at.
It comes as the pictures state, a small fat bottle that looks nothing like a 1.5 litre with a white label round its middle telling you what's in it, which company made it and what the flavor is. This is just, plain and simple, Orange Squash. At double concentration though you'll be very surprised if using your usual dosage of Robinson's! Of course depending on how much you put in your glass/bottle depends how it tastes; I like mine with about a centimeter at the bottom of a glass, whilst my boyfriend will lovingly pour a good inch or two into his, so obviously mine's weaker than his but still tastes like Orange. I can't think of any other way to describe the taste; Orange. Just like any other Orange cordial or squash but at a much, much cheaper price!
It's value isn't just in the price though; not only is it 1.5 litres, but it's also double concentrate, so yes you can buy a 2 litre branded bottle of squash for £1 and not miss it, but give it a few days and you'll notice how quickly it's going down. I haven't a clue when we opened our last bottle of Orange, possibly 5 or 6 days ago, but it hasn't even hit halfway yet and my boyfriend's been having at least a couple 500ml bottles full of the juice a day! Not concentrated obviously....
The bottle also comes in useful if you have 3 hour exams. Most bottles you buy are either 500ml and just not enough for a hot exam day, you may buy 750ml for the extra bit of water it gives you, or some buy 2 litres and it's so big they're tired by the time they get to the exam, so this is a really good bottle to use for water afterwards. It's not exactly a small amount but it's in such a small and easy-to-carry bottle it's quite ridiculous! Obviously as with all plastic bottles, don't use them for too long as the lid will go mouldy and there's some sort of virus you can catch by filling up a bottle over and over for a long time - just thought I'd give a bit of safety info for all bottles there!
Again, I prefer the Apple & Blackcurrant but that's just down to taste, there's absolutely nothing wrong with the Orange and it really is worth the price you pay. My brother runs through bottle after bottle of squash at home and when I told mum about Tesco's own and eventually pointed her out to the right stuff (she bought the 1 litre single concentrate Tesco stuff last time, bless her) she's noticed a huge drop in the amount she's spending on squash just for my brother. She must be saving at least £1.50 a bottle now, and she doesn't mind how much he drinks as long as lets her know it's empty!
Good taste, great price, go get some! (=