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Advantagesgood value for money, refreshing citrus flavour, thirst-quenching

Disadvantageshigh in sugar (but most squashes are)

...An upcoming Lancashire Day-themed evening out (27th November, in case you wondered) has got me thinking about drinkable things. I?m not on driving duty but I don?t drink anyway, so any of my orders will be for soft drinks - probably lemonade. But at home, I get through more squash and cordial than anything fizzy, and am currently enjoying a bottle of Tesco Orange High Juice. Like most cordials...

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Advantagesprice, flavor, calories, appearance, aroma


...As a child I was never really allowed fizzy drinks. I would have the odd glass of coca cola or lemonade, but generally speaking I would have diluting juice or milk. Even now, able to make all my own decisions in life, I choose not to consume anything fizzy when possible and stick to diluting juice. Quite recently I have found myself downing quite a lot of Tesco Value orange squash! WHAT IS IT...

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AdvantagesThe price tag and the taste

DisadvantagesBeing double concentrated makes it easy to waste if you dont pour it carefully

...Squash is something we buy regularly and with food prices seeming to rise by the week we often go for a discount brand. At the moment we are using Sun Sip Orange Squash from Tesco, costing juts 99p for a 1.5 litre bottle its good value for money and as its doubled concentrated you are actually getting 3 litres for your money. We always buy this sized bottle and I'm not even sure if Te...

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