Panda drinks are back!
Introduction: Panda drinks take me back to my childhood - cherryade Panda pops used to be my favourite, or maybe you will remember the cups with a straw which you had to pierce the lid with. Unfortunately these died out and were no-more, until now. Bigger and better, Panda drinks are back - now available in new fruity juice and flavoured water range, which are free from any 'nasties'.
To celebrate the re-launch of this fantastic iconic British brand, the lovely people at Panda drinks sent us a goodie pack for the kid's to enjoy and to have some summer fun; we received a retro lunch box to go with a retro brand and the Panda Drinks fit perfectly in the pack lunch box. We received a fun booklet with loads of ideas on classic kid's games, to keep the kids busy, and finally we received a skipping rope and a soft ball, which have given the kid's hours of fun in the garden.
- No added sugar
- Natural flavours
- Natural colours
- Fresh, fruity flavours available
- Perfect size to put in pack lunch boxes
Conclusion: The kids love the Panda drinks (they taste great is the feedback from the boys), and this past couple of weeks we've brought many more packs, a mix between the still juice packs and the flavoured water packs (at the kid's request). So far we've been packing them with us on days out, and when the boys go back to school in September we will be packing a Panda juice in their lunch boxes.
We will be buying the bottle of squash next, the boys want to try the Summer fruits squash out.
Panda drinks have a fresh new design to go with their fresh new range, and the sports cap makes the bottle very child friendly to use (no more spills). Overall a fantastic great new range for kids and adults to enjoy.
You can buy Panda Drinks in Asda, Tesco, and Ocado at £1.99 for a six bottle multipack, or one litre bottle of Panda squash can be found in Tesco for 99p.
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