REVIEW: Fruitbroo

These four little bottles from Fruitbroo recently dropped through my letterbox; Fruitbroo is a new range of juicy fruit drinks that are 100% natural, contain no caffeine and have only 15 calories per cup!
fruitbroo hot drinks tea


There are 6 flavours in the Fruitbroo range: Rhubarb, Apple & Cinnamon; Lemon & Ginger; Elderflower & Lime; Honey & Lemon; Peach, Pear & Honey; and Apple, Ginger & Spice. I got to try out the 4 flavours pictured above. One little bottle of Fruitbroo makes 15 cups of scrummy fruit tea; simply add a teaspoon of the liquid to a cup of hot water. You can add two teaspoons for a stronger flavour, but I find them full of flavour enough with just one!

fruitbroo tea hot drinks

Rhubarb, Apple & Cinnamon is the perfect winter warmer - Peach, Pear & Honey is my favourite, it’s such a unique flavour combination! - Apple, Ginger & Spice tastes just like apple pie - Elderflower & Lime is subtle but super juicy.

You know how fruit tea bags never taste as good as they smell? Well, it’s not the case with Fruitbroo, the flavours are full and totally delicious. They make a brilliant change to my usual cup of tea and as they are caffeine-free it means that children can enjoy them too. Little N has been enjoying sips of weakened cup of Fruitbroo, he likes Elderflower & Lime the most!

We’ll definitely be stocking up on more bottles of Fruitbroo when these run out; they can be found at Sainsburys or you can order online from the Fruitbroo website here. They cost £2.50 for a 100ml bottle. 

Which flavour will you try first?




Disclosure: I received these bottles of Fruitbroo for free for review, however all thoughts and opinion remain my own. With thanks to Fruitbroo for the samples.


8 comments

  1. Ooh I'll have to give these a try, love the sound of the elderflower and lime especially <3

    Jennie xo | sailorjennie.com

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  2. These look so yummy, Sian! I've never even seen any of these juices before (probably because I live in the US), but I definitely am craving the Apple and Cinnamon one now (:

    Melanie
    Lace and Combat Boots | a life + style blog

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    1. I wonder if they'll ever make it over to the US!xx

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  3. Hmm interesting, because I always think the tea is never as good as the smell!

    The Elderflower and Lime sounds devine :)

    Hmm maybe...

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    1. Tea never is but these definitely are! xx

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  4. Aaargh these sound ace! Definitely going to look for these in Sainsburys :) Wendy xx
    Scottish Wendy | Wendy's World

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