Product Reviews

Tasting Britain - Sharkninja Coffee Ninja Review

Product Review – Sharkninja Ninja Coffee Bar

Our entirely caffeine dependent cofounder Jack takes a crack at SharkNinja’s newest coffee creation, the Ninja Coffee Bar. He discovers a world of wonderful convenience and sadly overextracted grounds. Espresso, it is not – but if you’re a certain sort of coffee lover, this
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Product Review – Crobar Energy Bars

Would you eat something made of ground up crickets? We would, and we did. See what Jason makes of Crobar – a new type of bar made out of cricket flour (and other ingredients). As well as being better for the environment, it’s also pretty good for you. Take a
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Terlato Wines - The Federalist 2011 Zinfandel (Sonoma County, Dry Creek Valley)

Product Review – The Federalist ‘Visionary’ Zinfandel 2011

We don’t usually review individual wines here, but for The Federalist’s Zinfandel we make an exception. Introducing the legendary Thermonuclear Alcoholic Ribena…    Rating Price Circa £25 In A Nutshell Thermonuclear alcoholic Ribena laced with
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Mr Stanley's Confectionery

Product Review – Mr Stanley’s Confectionery

Our Kelly caves into her sweet cravings for an introduction to the magnificent collection of Mr Stanley’s confectionery. What is it? Mr Stanley’s sweets and chocolates have been a staple of British confectionery since the days of old Queen Vic. Based in North Yorkshire and still
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Tasting britain - Mr Lee's Noodles Review

Product Review – Mr Lee’s Noodles

Our Jason puts Mr. Lee’s noodles through their paces (Muk Yan Jong and all) – and he’s not an easy man to impress. Heck, he doesn’t even eat instant noodles… What Is It? A range of delicious and healthy instant noodles from a guy who does not exist,
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Review – Warner Edwards Elderflower Gin

A while back the fine people at Warner Edwards started infusing elderflower petals into their Harrington dry gin. Jack managed to get his hands on a bottle and here is what to expect if you end up with a bottle for yourself. Verdict? Somewhere between a liqueur and their
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Tasting Britain - Nature's Well Halal Multivitamins Review

Product Review – Nature’s Well

Someone challenged Tasting Britain to review Halal multivitamins. Intrigued, we did. Verdict? Seems to do what it says on the label, but you pay a price premium for religious compliance…   What is it? A range of supplements from Nature’s Well – the first and
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Tasting Britain - Huel Vanilla Review

Product Review – Huel, Vanilla flavour

The future is here and it tastes like vanilla flavoured oatmeal. Our Jack puts Huel, the self proclaimed ‘future of food’ to the test. It claims to be a ‘nutritionally complete’ meal alternative that can replace ALL of your meals for under £6.50 a day. Depending on what kind of
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Review: Kopparberg Frozen Mixed Fruit Cider

Rating: What is it? A pouch filled with Kopparberg Fruit Cider that you freeze – to transform into frozen fruit cider. Note: Contains alcohol. The ABV of Kopparberg Frozen Mixed Fruit Cider is 4.0%. Serves: 250ml and 2 servings per pouch. No calories content on t
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Review: For Goodness Shakes Protein Coconut Water

Our Jason takes a crack at For Goodness Shakes’ – a high protein coconut water that claims to deliver hydration and body building essential amino acids. They come with quite a price-tag, but they’re also rather convenient. Are they worth it? Read
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