Relentless Post Mix Syrup - Used With SodaStream Can Make 72 Cans' Worth of Relentless - £5.99 plus £5.99 P&P (£15 min order) at Approved Food
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Relentless Post Mix Syrup - Used With SodaStream Can Make 72 Cans' Worth of Relentless - £5.99 plus £5.99 P&P (£15 min order) at Approved Food

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Found 13th Mar 2015
There is a £5.99 delivery charge and you also need a £15 minimum spend on the site, but you should keep in mind that these usually cost £75.99 at retail, so you're making a killing of a saving either way. There's a reason the delivery is that expensive: you can add 25KG of food. I got two boxes of this syrup which made 24KG and then got £3 worth of groceries that are collectively less than 1KG to not exceed the limit. Finally, the best before date on this syrup is the end of January, but it's also known for lasting long past the best before with no loss of quality.

So what is post mix syrup exactly? Of course, you've had soda from a bar or a cinema before. It's made with this syrup. And in my experience, it tastes a lot better than from a can so long as the syrup hasn't run out which makes it watery.

Technically, you're not *supposed* to use this stuff with SodaStreams, but I've talked to people who have done it who said it's fine. It's also known as BIB syrup, standing for Bag in Box. So, inside the box is a bag which (as far as I know) has a simple cap you can pour from, and you mix it one part syrup to three parts water. Handle with care, because this syrup is highly potent and can stain. Hell, you could probably dissolve a body with it like in Breaking Bad. Moving on...

I got two boxes like I said. With it I'll be able to make 144 cans' worth. Or you could spend the other £9.01 for the minimum spend on other things. Stocks are limited so you should order quickly.

RRP of the amount of Relentless cans' drink you can make with one box is £86.

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It says: Best Before: 30 Jan 2015

Original Poster

ExplosiveCat

It says: Best Before: 30 Jan 2015



Will amend, thanks.

Imagine drinking that neat. (don't drink this neat...)

Original Poster

infowight

Imagine drinking that neat. (don't drink this neat...)



It wouldn't look good on the coroner's report.

Original Poster

Well, that didn't last long. I'm glad I helped a few of you out, but it seems the deal is over for now. You can submit an e-mail stock alert, but I'm going to expire this.

Edit: Hold on, there's another in stock now. Strange, it went from out of stock to one in stock.
Edit 2: ....now it's changed to two in stock.
Edit 3: Now four! Unless people aren't completing their checkouts I'm to assume that AF are restocking these.
Edited by: "Mantis" 13th Mar 2015

Original Poster

Oh, by the way, I'd like to add that you could always use cheap Tesco/Asda/etc. sparkling water with this. Same thing as using SodaStream.

so is it actually out of its before date or have they made a typo?

sorry just read your description again! take it is correct then!

The sugar content is bad enough in the cans, 144 servings plus the empty calories, good luck!!

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steve123uk

The sugar content is bad enough in the cans, 144 servings plus the empty … The sugar content is bad enough in the cans, 144 servings plus the empty calories, good luck!!



I knew this comment was coming. I'm not going to drink it all myself and I'm going to space it out over a year. You can calm your titties now.

Heat from me for your ingenuity, budgeting and forward planning

£75.99 X)
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