Powerade - Berry & Tropical Fruit - 500ml - 29p a bottle  @Home Bargains
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Powerade - Berry & Tropical Fruit - 500ml - 29p a bottle @Home Bargains

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Found 4th Apr 2011Made hot 5th Apr 2011
Popped into Home Bargains in Glasgow (Clydebank) today for some of the Lucozade Sport but ended up coming out with a dozen of these instead.

Best price I've ever seen them as individual bottles.

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great value - what i normally do with these is pour 1/2 a bottle (1 serving) into another bottle of water and use that, rather than drink it neat.

This is even cheaper than the seemingly permanent supermarket 4 pack offers (which in turn are cheaper still than a single bottle from the vending at our local footie centre!)

Will have a look at our local one this weekend, cheers!

Jeez! Just look at the colour of it!

Don't you care what you put in your body so long as it's cheap?!

Just out of curiosity, can anybody buying and consuming this crap name three items of food which are naturally blue?

Just out of curiosity, can anybody buying and consuming this crap name … Just out of curiosity, can anybody buying and consuming this crap name three items of food which are naturally blue?


Water, blue cheese, blueberries and of course blue smarties.

The drink has a blue colouring to it, big deal; every other soft-drink or energy-drink has a tonne of colourings in it but instead of being blue they're some other colour like brown or orange.

A drink being blue actually makes sense, as water is naturally blue; you wouldn't drink the colours of water that most soft-drinks are like brown or orange.

@flamesong
ok what do you drink? bet you'll drink cola of some type. Any chance you can name me 3 items of food which are naturally black?

you can make your own 'isotonic drink' very simply. Water and any fruit squash, and add a pinch of salt into the drink, simple!

element54

you can make your own 'isotonic drink' very simply. Water and any fruit … you can make your own 'isotonic drink' very simply. Water and any fruit squash, and add a pinch of salt into the drink, simple!



mmmmmm salty juice

Good, cheap, tase is good :).

SneakyNinjaPirate

A drink being blue actually makes sense, as water is naturally blue; you … A drink being blue actually makes sense, as water is naturally blue; you wouldn't drink the colours of water that most soft-drinks are like brown or orange.



Ummm...I think you'll find that water is actually a colourless liquid. Unless you are a child in nursery painting a picture of the seaside.

Actually, I drink sarsaparilla. Mawsons.

No crap in it at all.

But, for your information, the brown (not black) colouring in Coke comes from caramel - not that I'd drink that shíte anyway.
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