PANDA: Refreshingly Fruity Fun #review

Who remembers Panda Pops?!

Talk about a blast from the past... I used to be allowed a Chomp and  Panda Pop on the way home from primary school on a Friday if I was REALLY good all week.

Well, Panda have completely overhauled their drinks in order to bring you the most delicious, natural fruit drinks - free from artificial colours and flavours, with no added sugar. A far cry from the fizzy pop that used to colour your teeth and tongue, no matter fun they were - I'm much preferring these new no-nasty drinks for my kiddies!

Within the range you get still fruit juice, squash and still flavoured water.


We were sent 4 NEW flavours of Panda drinks to have a taste of and feed back our thoughts on.

Raspberry fruit juice
Blackcurrant fruit juice
Blackcurrant flavoured water
Orange and Pineapple flavoured water

The blackcurrant juice and blackcurrant water - which, by the way, tasted as refreshing and fruity as each other, had I have done a blind taste test I don't think I'd have know the difference. Honestly. The water is just a flavoursome as the juice.
I personally don't like raspberry drinks but as you can see from the picture, Carson enjoyed it very much! My fave was the orange and pineapple water - incredibly thirst quenching, could do with selling a large bottle for the fridge rather than just the individuals.

Panda drinks come in packs of 6 and are currently on offer at ASDA for just £1 a pack, as opposed to Tesco or Ocado at £1.99 per pack.

Hey, not just the drinks themselves have changed either, but the bottles too. Now with sports cap lids, they make snack time a less messy time for the kids (also suits adult gym-goers and runners who are still in touch with their childhood!).

Perfect for packed lunches or picnics with zero nasties for my kids. 

Can't ask for much more in a drink can you?


DISCLAIMER: WE WERE SENT 4 SAMPLES TO TASTE FOR PURPOSE OF REVIEW. 
WE WERE NOT PAID FOR THIS REVIEW AND ALL OPINIONS ARE ARE OWN AS ALWAYS.

3 comments:

  1. Ahh Fizzy Panda Drinks take me back to my school days! Funny though I would never give my children the old version now. These new ones look absolutely delicious!

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  2. Having grown up in the US I've never even heard of Panda Pops, but they seem like something that I would gladly give the kiddos. Will have to pop into ASDA to pick some up.

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  3. These are great for packed lunches - added sugar is what I worry about mainly - my kids can sometimes get really hyper with a very sugary drink.

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