Tesco Value Sparkling Water Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... The large two-litre bottle costs only 17p - unbelievable! The taste is great and I can honestly say, hand on heart, that ... more
Customer Tesco Value Sparkling Water Reviews (22)
by - written on 03/05/12 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I first cam across this completely by accident, when at university I used to buy bottles of tesco value still water which were priced the same, they are in a similar bottle too. I accidentally had picked this up and put it in my trolley. When I got back to my room I realised my mistake, but thought it was worth a try! I was surprised at how fizzy it was and actually how nice it tasted. I will now go into some more details on the product. Bottle: It comes In a very basic bottle which has the tesco value label on it. There isn't much too say about it apart from how basic it is. It's nothing exciting! It's in the same style as all tesco value products, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/12 (Very useful, 42 readings)
For a long time we bought the flavoured sparkling water that Tesco sell, their own range. But the sugar content and calories in it in our post Christmas health kick made us consider getting the Value sparkling water instead. Priced at 17p for 2 litres of sparkling water, we thought this was extremely good value, especially if the quality of it held up to the test. Although we wouldn't consider ourselves experts in sparkling water, we certainly know what we like and would hope that sparkling water can't really taste all that different between brands. When you open it for the first time, there's the inevitable escape of gas as the pressure is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/11 (Very useful, 49 readings)
At the moment all i'm reading is about the price of a weekly shop rising and how this is hitting families hard, well for a few years since the recession started we have experimented adding value products to our weekly online shop to see if they are worth it, water is one of those no-brainers, it should be natural and free so why should a cheap supermarket brand taste any different to a posher brand when they are simply the same product, the recipe can't be different? As you would expect the bottle is fairly bland, simply a Tesco value label with a simple red moniker 'Sparkling', it is available in all Tesco Supermarkets and mini-supermarkets at an exceptional ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/11, updated on 04/08/11 (Very useful, 24 readings)
I'm an avid fizzy water drinker, usually choosing it over still water. I find it more refreshing and it means I drink more liquid which is always a good thing. In the past I always used to buy branded sparkling water but I have recently been introduced and converted to Tesco value sparkling water. For me a fizzy drink should fulfil some simple criteria: fizzy, refreshing, affordable, adaptable, convenient. Fizzy This, obviously, is the big one. My main concern initially was that this water would be fairly flat with only a little of fizz to it. I was pleased to find that it's just as fizzy as more expensive brands and, in fact, I couldn't ... Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 29/06/11
Recently i decided to give up drinking fizzy drinks such as coke and pepsi as i felt i was becoming slightly addicted to them due to caffiene that they contain, and thought it'd be a good idea (or atleast worth a try!) to replace them with fizzy (otherwise known as sparkling/ carbonated) water, as the fizz would still be there but the additives would not. I didn't want to spend lots of money on fancy fizzy water (more expensive brands can go upto the £2 mark) as at the end of the day, all it is is water, so i decided to just buy the Tesco value one. Tesco brand this as 'Tesco Value Sparkling Water' and don't mess about trying to make it look something that ... Read the complete review
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