Robinsons Orange Squash (3L) 99p at 99p Stores
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Robinsons Orange Squash (3L) 99p at 99p Stores

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Found 2nd Mar 2011Made hot 2nd Mar 2011
Seen these today in the 99p store (Coventry) there were stacks of them. I only seen them avaialble in orange flavour.

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No one can touch this.
Great price. Hot
Edited by: "gluke21" 2nd Mar 2011

HOT!

B&M's doing 2x1l bottles for a quid & poundland doing 2l bottles for £1

scorchingggggggggggg

Can't justify buying this regardless of the price, you'd think they'd make a concentrated version of this like the own brand supermarket's do by now. Save space, weight, cost, and the enviroment and more all at the same time.

Not voted since price is the same as 1.5L of concentrated stuff.

Red HOT!

Uncommon Sense

Can't justify buying this regardless of the price, you'd think they'd … Can't justify buying this regardless of the price, you'd think they'd make a concentrated version of this like the own brand supermarket's do by now. Save space, weight, cost, and the enviroment and more all at the same time.Not voted since price is the same as 1.5L of concentrated stuff.



Except that would taste like crap, just as the supermarket concentrated ones do. They used to be much better when they weren't 'superconcentrated' or whatever.

Only one worth buying is tesco high juice...Robinsns tastes sickly sweet.

Uncommon Sense

Can't justify buying this regardless of the price, you'd think they'd … Can't justify buying this regardless of the price, you'd think they'd make a concentrated version of this like the own brand supermarket's do by now. Save space, weight, cost, and the enviroment and more all at the same time.Not voted since price is the same as 1.5L of concentrated stuff.



I'm pretty sure they're going to. In ASDA before there were cardboard cutouts around the neck of the bottle saying something about concentrated coming soon - can't really remember much about it though.

And to the person saying it tastes rubbish, that would be because the original juice was rubbish. There shouldn't be a major difference between the concentrated and non-concentrated versions, the concentrated one just has less water (hence why you add more at home).

callum9999

I'm pretty sure they're going to. In ASDA before there were cardboard … I'm pretty sure they're going to. In ASDA before there were cardboard cutouts around the neck of the bottle saying something about concentrated coming soon - can't really remember much about it though.And to the person saying it tastes rubbish, that would be because the original juice was rubbish. There shouldn't be a major difference between the concentrated and non-concentrated versions, the concentrated one just has less water (hence why you add more at home).



If it were that simple, they would have done this years ago. Obviously a concentrated version will contain less water per ml of squash required, but what I want to know is why the concentrated versions of squash in supermarkets tastes so much worse than when they weren't concentrated.

This was 2 Litres in Southampton.
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