We’ve used this at our summer parties it’s great! Heat (y)
And I also get exactly what you are saying. If you are short of dough, or saving hard for whatever, then some fruit cup, of whatever variety, is better than no fruit cup at all. I just feel it's fair to point out that this is said to be, by some, as good as Pimms, and some might buy it on that premise and be quite disappointed, because it really is not. I haven't tried any for about 4 or 5 years, and it might be better or worse now, but when we did a three way test, way back when, between Pimms, this, and Sainsbury's Pitchers , the Pimms and Pitchers were equally good, with maybe the Pitchers slightly better than Pimms, but the Jeeves was a very poor third. If I had one of these stores nearby, I would try it again, just to see if it, or my taste, had changed, so I'm certainly not knocking your deal, because it is very cheap for what it is.
Haha (lol) Good on you, you donut.
i'm not being aggresive, you... chimp! my maths is fine, but i just didn't take twenty minutes out of my life evaluating your deal... life and hukd just isn't that important to me... but i can see that i've damaged your chances of getting... whatever one gets on hukd for getting to a deal over 100 degrees... self worth? certainly nothing as valuable as a blue peter badge... probably not self worth either, as that would disappear pretty quickly by breaking out jeeves fruit flavoured mixer drink at any barbecue that grown ups were at... maybe toothless tramps have barbecues in parks on hot summer evenings? i don't know... but i'm sure they'd appreciate the opportunity to lose all your bodily functions by tasting something more summery than lighter fuel... can you fugg jeeves? i vet they'd just love to get smashed on this while lying in under a bush, singing the summer pop tunes from the year they had whatever they had before they it was taken away from them and they descended into a sad life of regreat, despair and huffing jeeves... (strewth, this is not at all where i was intending this to go...) so, i stand corrected... not because my maths in inadequate but because i spent my day doing something more worthwhile than checking the abv of an east european teens first party drink. cheers!
Not getting you. 17.5% vol. Not much difference between 25% vol. I bet you took maths at GCSE, passed with an A*, and still can't work out a basic calcution. £3.75 a litre at 17.5% v £16 at 25%