Not as good.
Its ok but prefer the blue + red + boost one. The one with strawberry + cherry + flax seed etc is nice.
Would never buy again
To be fair I did buy this in error as there was no Tesco Clementine juice in stock I just saw it was orange and clementine and missed the word 'lean'. It is certainly 'lean' both in taste & value. It tastes like dilute squash would I buy it again ? A resounding NO
Nice drink for those who like it less sweet.
Lovely balance of sweetness and acidity, with a nice fruity flavour. For those reviewers who are 'outraged' that this drink contains added water (clearly printed in the ingredients list), how exactly did you think they were going to reduce the sugar content by 40 percent?! Black Magic? As for containing no vitamins, where did you get that idea from? It contains real fruit juice! I do wonder if some of these reviewers work for a competitor.
Complete waste of money. Disgusting.
Very misleading description. The reason it has less sugar (though it doesn't say compared with what), this is because it is 37% water. It cost two and a half times that of Tesco Pure Orange juice, Clementine juice and Apple Juice.It is very much more expensive than buying the pure juices and adding water to them.Tastes like watered down pure juice which it is. An absolute waste of money, and I cannot see why Tesco should sell it.
Not a bad low cal way to start the day
OK this is not real OJ with all the supposed goodness that come s with that. But, this is a tasty way to start the morning with not many calories. Knock it back and pretend it is the real thing, also it is not a bad price.
Tasted fine, but no Vitamin C or Potassium - this shouldn't masquerade as "juice", you might as well drink a diet coke.