Product Type: A.G Barr Soft Drink
Description:Manufacturer: A.G Barr / Type: Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... can get the 2L bottles for around £1.99. I find this is a reasonable price as Tizer has a very acquired taste and tastes ... more
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Customer Tizer Reviews (9)
by - written on 18/02/10 (Very useful, 123 readings)
When I was a much, much younger man and dinosaurs still walked the earth Tizer was part of my staple diet, if I wasn't slugging Tizer then it would be Irn Bru I was on. Funnily though over the years I have continued to drink Irn Bru but forgotten all about Tizer. The other day on a visit to Poundland (I was actually being dragged round it) I happened to see an offer on Tizer, 6 tins for, you guessed it one pound. I couldn't pass up the chance to find out if Tizer was still as good as I had remember it so long ago. After a good few hours in the fridge I grabbed a tin opened it and began to slurp but wait what was this sickly, sugary sweet, odd ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09, updated on 29/10/09 (Very useful, 152 readings)
**This is review is based on the 500ml bottle** Tizer is a sparkling mixed flavour soft drink which I remember from my younger days. I didnt even know if was still available to buy until I saw it recently in Tesco on offer at £1.60 for two 500ml bottles. Feeling nostalgic and fancying something different I purchased a couple of bottles. The first thing I noticed is that the brand name and packaging seems to have undergone a bit of a revamp, the bottle is still a deep orange but now has swirls of yellow and green and bubbles are illustrated. The "Tizer" logo itself sits in the middle on a white label. Upon opening the screw ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/09 (Very useful, 227 readings)
One drink I used to love years ago with this particular drink. I don't know if I stopped noticing it or whether it went off the market or what but today I re-spotted it whilst out shopping! I was delighted and decided to treat myself to a couple of cans of the stuff (in case I don't see it again lol) and re visit my misspent youth! The Can: 330ml aluminium can and it's an orangy red colour with a swish on green and yellow on there and I'm told it now has added bite and is Tizer. Other information displayed on the can tells me ingredients used, there is an at a glance nutritional chart on there as well as a full nutritional chart, size is stated and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/12 (Very useful, 177 readings)
I am not a big fan of fizzy drinks. I only tend to drink them when I go out and I am driving so can't have alcoholic drinks. I would never think to buy fizzy drinks in the weekly shop unless I was having a party. My fiancé drinks fizzy drinks more often than I do and during a recent hangover he had we went to the local shop in search of Sunny Delight which he'd set his heart on. When we got there, he changed his mind when he saw a large 2 litre bottle of Tizer on the shelf which he purchased for just 99p. Tonight I noticed that he'd left the bottle, with half of the contents gone, lying around the house so I randomly asked for a taste. The last ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
Like its sister drink, Irn Bru, this is a sweet, fruity fizzy drink with a flavour which I cannot pin down. It is a deep red in colour and it really does look as sickly as it tastes. When people speak of Tizer, they speak of childhood. Although I did drink this as a child, it didn't feature heavily back then, so I am really revewing it with an adult taste rather than through the rose-tinted spectacles of nostalgia. What you are getting here is a drink that will appeal to childrens' sweet sickly tastes. It is even a colour that children will love, for it looks ripe to be spilled onto that nice clean white T-shirt your mom just put on you that ... Read the complete review
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