Product Reviews

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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Loula's Superfoods Review

Review: Louola’s Superfoods, Quinoa Sprinkles – ‘Coconut, Cashew and Beetroot’ Flavour

What is it? Quinoa sprinkles – refined sugar, gluten, grain, wheat, dairy free and suitable for vegans. Rating: It contains: Quinoa, amaranth puffs, coconut, cashews, beetroot, sunflower seeds, linseeds, pumpkin seeds and chia seeds. Serves: 300g and 15 servings. Calories
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Product Review – The Famous Grouse Mellow Gold Whisky

With origins stretching back to 1775, and the current title of ‘UK’s best selling blended scotch’, The Famous Grouse could be said to be very famous indeed. Recently, the folks behind this whiskey decided to create something a little different and what
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Burts Lentil Waves Review

Product Review – Burts Lentil Waves

Our Kelly gives lentil waves a whirl, to deliver the verdict on these vegetable crisps… What Is It?  It’s all in the name, really. Burts have switched potatoes for lentils to create a healthier range of crisps that give these traditional snacks a run for their money. How
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TastingBritain.co.uk - anCnoc Blas Single Malt Scotch Whisky / Patrick Grant Limited Edition

Product Review – anCnoc Blas Whisky

As far as whisky distilleries go, anCnoc (pronounced ‘a-nock’) is both underdog and cult favourite. We got our hands on ‘Blas’ (‘taste’) – their new, limited run collaboration with  BBC presenter/creative director/fashion
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