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Excellent

Refreshing alternative, great range of flavours, c...

None really, you can find a flavour to suit you

I’m not a coffee drinker and I can take or leave tea (just so happens that I’ve left it for the last 2 years or so), so when I spied this at my local Asda for just 80p for the whole box, I had nothing to lose. My initial intention was to take them to work with me to give me an...

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Super

“Lets Get Fruity Shall We”

published 11/04/2003

Too many to mention

No string on the bags

Since finding out I was pregnant, some 24 weeks ago, The taste, smell and even look of coffee has repulsed me. I realise that this is a typical thing with women in the early stages, but they usually get the taste for it again later on. Not me though, I could drink a cup of coffee if forced to...

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Excellent

“Fruity drink with a punch”

published 24/01/2004

Extremely tasty and Caffeine Free!

None that I can think of

I have a very unusual tale to tell in how I came about even liking London Fruit and Herb fruit punch selection. I really can’t stand tea and I only have coffee when I’m really in the mood for one, even then it has to be a really good quality coffee, but anyway… A few weeks ago the whole of my...

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Excellent

“MOMS GONE ALL FRUITY”

published 12/12/2002

CAN MAKE A REFRESHING CHANGE

VARIES FROM EACH PERSONS PREFERANCES

My mother came to visit this week as I have been unable to visit her, for as you might know I have been unwell. She bought with her a box of tea bags but not the sort I would have associated with my mom. She likes a cup of tetley, so I thought maybe she had turned hippy lol. She explained that a...

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Excellent

Excellent Value, More-ish

Having to trail to the supermarket to buy them?

With only 4 calories per cup, caffeine-free and no added sugar, the only thing left to review is taste and price. Price - in supermarkets these are now marketed as "Typhoo Berry Burst", and retail at Asda for 78p for a box of 20. At Holland & Barrett they still retail under "London Fruit & Herb"...

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