Written on: 18/05/2013 by Patsypearlywhites
HORR-iF-IED.....Just watched your latest ad for Robinsons double concentrated juice.Those two boys will be sporting falsies by the time they become teenagers,enamel a distant memory.Thought double concentrate meant less juice required.Those two will have that bottle demolished before there responsible parents can return to the squash emporium. (read more)
Written on: 05/05/2011
WHY OH WHY HAVE ROBINSONS CHANGED THEIR ORANGE JUICE?
I HAVE READ THEIR ANSWER TO THIS QUESTION BUT WHAT THEY ARE NOT SAYING IS WHY THERE IS AN UNPLEASANT AFTERTASTE WHEN YOU DRINK IT.
I HAVE BEEN BUYING UP THE OLD STYLE ORANGE WHEN I SEE IT, WHEN THAT IS GONE I WILL HAVE TO SHOP AROUND FOR SOMETHING ELSE AS I ONLY DRANK THIS.
SO IT'S GOODBYE ROBINSONS, UNLESS YOU SEE THE ERROR OF YOUR CHANGES.
I HAVE BEEN DRINKING ROBINSONS SINCE I WAS AT SCHOOL I AM NOW RETIRED.
I WOULD HAVE LIKED TO KNOW... (read more)
Written on: 05/11/2009
The 4 litre bottle drives me nuts... when you try to pour from it the handle swings round and you ALWAYS spill GGGRRRRRR maybe a better design to make the handle on the neck of the bottle tighter so this doesn't happen? (read more)
Written on: 09/12/2007
Disgusting. why did they change Robinsons orange? The company have completely changed the taste when they changed the label. Makes me physically gaga now. (read more)
Written on: 23/04/2007 by Debrina (1 review written)
I have been drinking this brand of soft drink for 32 years now, and I am now giving it to my 3 kids.
However, my friends son featured in an advert for Robinsons drink 2 years ago, and he has still not been paid for the work. (read more)
Written on: 17/07/2005 by ronald francis (1 review written)
Robinsons Orange Drink - When you pour a glass and add water the orange comes to the top and separates with the white part at the bottom ...I could not find a contact address so I have used this site please contact me on email@example.com (I am not sure that it is safe to drink should I discard the contents)? (read more)
Written on: 09/04/2005 by knarp latot (1 review written)
In the advert for Robinsons Orange Drink, it shows the example of the squash being poured into the water, and the coloured squash starts dancing. Try that at home and it doesn't work, what a disappointment! Totally misleanding and I will never buy this product again! (read more)
Written on: 02/09/2004 by 02aqimeh (1 review written)
Robisons has been around for years and the quality and taste of the drinks never change.
If Robisons had big bottles with non-diluted drinks like Asda ones then robisons would be alright . Only some people are the experts of making the best out of diluted drinks .
Sooner or later robisons will compare drinks and change the quality and taste . Out of everything robisons will remain famous in the future. (read more)