Twinings Cold Infuse for Water Bottles Starter Pack  £5 @ Sainsburys
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Twinings Cold Infuse for Water Bottles Starter Pack £5 @ Sainsburys

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Found 11th Aug
Reduced from £10. This is for the 500ml water bottle and 3 different flavoured Twinings Cold Water Infusions.

Watermelon, Strawberry & Mint Flavoured Cold Water Infusion
Passionfruit, Mango & Blood Orange Flavoured Cold Water Infusion
Blueberry, Apple & Blackcurrant Flavoured Cold Water Infusion

I got mine from Sainsbury’s in Brixton, London. The one on the corner of Tulsehill/Brixton Water Lane.

Description

Great for on the go

Infusers: All natural ingredients* & sugar free
*These herbal ingredients are specially heat treated to make them our first ever infuser safe to drop into cold water.

Water bottle: BPA free, easy carry handle, shatter resistant Tritan™

Want to liven up your water in a hassle-free way?
We make it simple. No fuss, no mess, just drop & go.

Preparation

Drop, Leave... Shake & Enjoy

Drop 1 infuser in your water bottle (500ml).
Wait for 5 minutes, shaking occasionally.
Leave infuser in and enjoy.
After trying, add more water to taste, but once prepared, please consume within 8 hours.

Care instructions for your water bottle: Please look after me and wash me thoroughly with hot soapy water before use, or put me on the top shelf of your dishwasher.

No water bottle will be harmed in the making of Cold Infuse, but please wash me after each use.

For cold water use only.
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On the fence on this... hot because it’s currently £10 atTesco but the infusers can be used in any bottle so you could save yourself money by not buying the bottle and just buying the infusers
m0nkeymrs012 m ago

On the fence on this... hot because it’s currently £10 atTesco but the in …On the fence on this... hot because it’s currently £10 atTesco but the infusers can be used in any bottle so you could save yourself money by not buying the bottle and just buying the infusers


Yeah, it’s good for people that don’t currently have any bottles or if they fancy an extra bottle. Otherwise it’s not worth it. However, like you said, it’s a deal because it’s half price compared to other places. I wouldn’t pay £10 for it. No way.
m0nkeymrs012 m ago

On the fence on this... hot because it’s currently £10 atTesco but the in …On the fence on this... hot because it’s currently £10 atTesco but the infusers can be used in any bottle so you could save yourself money by not buying the bottle and just buying the infusers


Agree'd, saw these yesterday. I'd prefer a glass bottle personally. Dont like the 'plasticy' taste you get after a few uses
0901salmoc1 m ago

Agree'd, saw these yesterday. I'd prefer a glass bottle personally. Dont …Agree'd, saw these yesterday. I'd prefer a glass bottle personally. Dont like the 'plasticy' taste you get after a few uses


Glass tends to be heavier though. Plus if they drop, they smash. You’re right about the taste though.
Really good price if you need the bottle, I use a glass bottle for mine which works just as well.
I bought the watermelon and the blueberry ones of twinings cold infusion and it wasn’t for me. I do like flavoured water a lot but this had no sweetness so it wasn’t for me. Smells amazing though
I got the mango and blood orange 3 bags for £1.29 at Asda, is the water bottle worth more than £4?
macas200011 m ago

I got the mango and blood orange 3 bags for £1.29 at Asda, is the water …I got the mango and blood orange 3 bags for £1.29 at Asda, is the water bottle worth more than £4?


This deal is ok for the £5 but definitely don’t spend any more than that. No way. It isn’t worth the £10 full price.
Tried a sample of the strawberry, watermelon and mint, damn it tasted bad.
Sainsburys also have the try me pack containing 3 bags for £1
ambs3 m ago

Sainsburys also have the try me pack containing 3 bags for £1


They didn’t have that in my local Sainsbury’s. They did have Sainsbury’s own make cold infusions though. £2.50 for 15 bags. I got the Watermelon and Lime flavour. I think the other one was lime and something else.
Loubou21 m ago

They didn’t have that in my local Sainsbury’s. They did have Sainsbury’s ow …They didn’t have that in my local Sainsbury’s. They did have Sainsbury’s own make cold infusions though. £2.50 for 15 bags. I got the Watermelon and Lime flavour. I think the other one was lime and something else.


Oh thats strange, i saw them in my local last week and bought some today, might be worth scanning to check, maybe they didn't update the shelf price?
ambs23 m ago

Oh thats strange, i saw them in my local last week and bought some today, …Oh thats strange, i saw them in my local last week and bought some today, might be worth scanning to check, maybe they didn't update the shelf price?


No, there were no try me packs in my nearest one. No sets of three. It was just the full set of 12 Twinings and Sainsbury’s own make with 15 in the pack. Look out for the Sainsbury’s ones. Might be more cost effective as it’s 15 for £2.50. I’ve not tried them yet though so not sure about the taste. Here is the link. Sainsbury's Cold Brew
Loubou25 m ago

No, there were no try me packs in my nearest one. No sets of three. It was …No, there were no try me packs in my nearest one. No sets of three. It was just the full set of 12 Twinings and Sainsbury’s own make with 15 in the pack. Look out for the Sainsbury’s ones. Might be more cost effective as it’s 15 for £2.50. I’ve not tried them yet though so not sure about the taste. Here is the link. Sainsbury's Cold Brew


Oh ok, sorry i misunderstood Fab thanks, i will check them out
I can't really recommend this. I had a free sample of the strawberry, watermelon and mint this week and it wasn't nice at all. Not much flavour either diffused in the recommended proportion. There are far better products if you want a flavoured water. Or save your money and just drink the water. It would be preferable to this.
these were also £5 at waitrose not sure how long for
Is this any better than making your own cold brew tea by just making regular tea but then sitting it in the fridge?
jordan4instance24 m ago

Is this any better than making your own cold brew tea by just making …Is this any better than making your own cold brew tea by just making regular tea but then sitting it in the fridge?


These are caffeine free herbal infusions. Do not contain tea.
jordan4instance3 h, 0 m ago

Is this any better than making your own cold brew tea by just making …Is this any better than making your own cold brew tea by just making regular tea but then sitting it in the fridge?


These don’t use hot water. You use cold water so it’s a more instant drink. I’ve not tried using cold water on regular fruit teabags though. They might actually be the same.
Edited by: "Loubou" 12th Aug
Loubou1 h, 56 m ago

These don’t use hot water. You use cold water so it’s a more instant dri …These don’t use hot water. You use cold water so it’s a more instant drink. I’ve not tried using cold water on regular fruit teabags though. They might actually be the same.


You're not supposed to brew regular infusions and teas in cold water due to the naturally high bacterial load of dried ingredients. These need to be brewed in boiling or near boiling water to destroy bacteria. The ingredients going into cold brew have been subjected to an intensive heat treatment, which makes them suitable for cold water use.
Marcsi805 m ago

You're not supposed to brew regular infusions and teas in cold water due … You're not supposed to brew regular infusions and teas in cold water due to the naturally high bacterial load of dried ingredients. These need to be brewed in boiling or near boiling water to destroy bacteria. The ingredients going into cold brew have been subjected to an intensive heat treatment, which makes them suitable for cold water use.


Thanks for the info. I wasn’t aware of that. I assumed the dried ingredients would be the same and didn’t know about the bacteria side of it.
Marcsi8012th Aug

You're not supposed to brew regular infusions and teas in cold water due …You're not supposed to brew regular infusions and teas in cold water due to the naturally high bacterial load of dried ingredients. These need to be brewed in boiling or near boiling water to destroy bacteria. The ingredients going into cold brew have been subjected to an intensive heat treatment, which makes them suitable for cold water use.


Why is there a cold brew technique then?
postmang5 m ago

Why is there a cold brew technique then?


Mainly for convenience (can be dropped into any bottled water on the go). It is intended for people who can't wait for the hot brewed tea or infusion to cool down.
Bought the blueberry, apple and blackcurrant, my 10yr old son downed a bottle of it, I liked it too 2 calories 100ml, makes a change to just water.
sexbomblynx1 h, 40 m ago

Bought the blueberry, apple and blackcurrant, my 10yr old son downed a …Bought the blueberry, apple and blackcurrant, my 10yr old son downed a bottle of it, I liked it too 2 calories 100ml, makes a change to just water.


Yeah, I’ve tried the watermelon strawberry and mint one and the passionfruit, mango and blood orange one. I really liked them. I just keep the teabag in for long. I drink a lot of hot fruit infusions though so I’m used to the taste. I think some people expect it to taste like cordial. It’s only flavoured water.
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