Virgin Cola Reviews
Product Type: Virgin Soft Drink
Description:Virgin Cola first launched onto the scene in the UK in 1994 and has since expanded into Cola flavours with Virgin Vanilla.
Newest Review: ... glass. I have tried various other brands of my favourite fizzy drink, and this I think is definetly not one of the better ... more
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Customer Virgin Cola Reviews (3)
by - written on 20/11/10 (Very useful, 92 readings)
Just a rather quick review today folks. My local shop had no coca-cola left this morning (oh the horror, I mean what kind of shop runs out of coca-cola, I mean its probably one of the nations favourite fizzy drinks) and having a hangover I was greatly in need of a nice 2L fizzy juice. The shop assistant pointed out to me that they did however have virgin cola, and that it apparently tasted just the same. So I decided to give it a try. I paid £1.60 for a 2L in comparison to £1.65 for the leading brand in the same shop so first of, there isn't much of a saving. The packaging is your average transparent plastic bottle, with red plastic lid, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/08 (Useful, 89 readings)
If you like Coca Cola, you probably won't be a fan of Virgin's cheapy take on it! This is a fizzy cola drink very similar to the popular brand most of us know but for some reason, this has a chemical after taste to it and doesn't stay fizzy as long as Coca Cola does no matter how carefully you store it. I'm not a fan of this company after the stunt where they sold tap water in bottles so it's no surprise to find this is a cheap tasting soft drink - it probably is cheap for them to make despite the high price tag they pass over to the consumer. Fortunately for us consumers though, you won't find this adorning the shelves of most local ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/08 (Very useful, 75 readings)
In 1994 the crazy man that is Richard Branson released Virgin cola on us, now usually I would have nothing against having a virgin released upon me but this stuff that was designed to take on the American giants, Coke and Pepsi leaves a lot to be desired. For me Virgin cola is just another cheap version of Coke and Pepsi, no better or no worse than the many stores own brand versions that are floating about. It goes flat too quickly after opening, it has a poor imitation cola taste and it is not all that much cheaper than the big two so why bother with it in the first place. It was announced as the cola drink of the people but then that is how good ... Read the complete review
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