Baldwins Sarsaparilla 1 Litre, Drink of the Gods!

I used to drink this as a child, but haven’t had it for years because nowhere seems to sell it. It arrived quickly and taste great :).

I was disappointed after my local supermarket stopped sticking this product. I searched where to get it and lucky i found it on amazon. For anyone who loves sarsaparilla it is delicious.

Baldwins Sarsaparilla 1 Litre (Pack of 12)

  • Authentic and refreshing drink from Caribbean
  • Made from the root of the Sarsaparilla
  • Sarsaparilla it is beneficial for health
  • Soft drink concentrate with sugar and sweetener

Great taste at a great price. . Brought back my childhood memories.

Have tried over many months to buy at usual market/shops, and was told not supplied any more after finding it on amazon i immediately told my friends and will certainly be buying more.

First off, it’s very sweet (‘best served chilled’ is maybe a giveaway for that, sort of coded warning on things that are a bit sickly). Then it claims ‘no artificial colours or flavours’, which might be true, but doesn’t say it’s packed with artificial sweeteners (second ingredient after carbonated water is aspartame + acesulfame k, whatever that is). Then it maybe doesn’t even contain sarsaparilla, because the relatively minor ingredient is ‘sarsaparilla flavouring’ – flavouring?. Not even sarsaparilla or sarsaparilla extract. Jamaican gentlemen especially of a certain age will tell you sarsaparilla ‘give you the horn’, but i have to say i wouldn’t know because i’m still not sure if i’ve had any. And btw if you simply wonder what it tastes like, it’s a bit like a lot of sugar with a little dash of liquorice.

Baldwins Sarsaparilla 1 Litre (Pack of 12) : My favourite drink which i looked everywhere for and could not find. Until now, thanks amazon, fast delivery and very well packaged. And the taste is ohh so sweet.

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  1. This review is from : Baldwins Sarsaparilla 1 Litre (Pack of 12)

    This was once in all the supermarkets n now its not, so got this and its genuine woot.
  2. This review is from : Baldwins Sarsaparilla 1 Litre (Pack of 12)

    A cheap and sugary drink cordial (needs diluting) tasting a little like dandelion and burtdock. Supposed to have medicinal benefits but haven’t found them so far. I used to drink sarspirella in a sas-bar about 80 years ago.
    1. A cheap and sugary drink cordial (needs diluting) tasting a little like dandelion and burtdock. Supposed to have medicinal benefits but haven’t found them so far. I used to drink sarspirella in a sas-bar about 80 years ago.
  3. This review is from : Baldwins Sarsaparilla 1 Litre (Pack of 12)

    First off, it’s very sweet (“best served chilled” is maybe a giveaway for that, sort of coded warning on things that are a bit sickly). Then it claims “no artificial colours or flavours”, which might be true, but doesn’t say it’s packed with artificial sweeteners (second ingredient after carbonated water is aspartame + acesulfame k, whatever that is). Then it maybe doesn’t even contain sarsaparilla, because the relatively minor ingredient is “sarsaparilla flavouring” – flavouring?. Not even sarsaparilla or sarsaparilla extract. Jamaican gentlemen especially of a certain age will tell you sarsaparilla “give you the horn”, but i have to say i wouldn’t know because i’m still not sure if i’ve had any. And btw if you simply wonder what it tastes like, it’s a bit like a lot of sugar with a little dash of liquorice.
  4. This review is from : Baldwins Sarsaparilla 1 Litre (Pack of 12)

    First off, it’s very sweet (“best served chilled” is maybe a giveaway for that, sort of coded warning on things that are a bit sickly). Then it claims “no artificial colours or flavours”, which might be true, but doesn’t say it’s packed with artificial sweeteners (second ingredient after carbonated water is aspartame + acesulfame k, whatever that is). Then it maybe doesn’t even contain sarsaparilla, because the relatively minor ingredient is “sarsaparilla flavouring” – flavouring?. Not even sarsaparilla or sarsaparilla extract. Jamaican gentlemen especially of a certain age will tell you sarsaparilla “give you the horn”, but i have to say i wouldn’t know because i’m still not sure if i’ve had any. And btw if you simply wonder what it tastes like, it’s a bit like a lot of sugar with a little dash of liquorice.
    1. Not as tasty tesco selling it for £1. 00 per bottle. . Was bought for me by family. Not as tasty as i thought it would be. But will keep my share of the bottles. Also saw that tesco’s are doing bottles for £1. 00 – would like to know how much sarsaprilla root is in the drink or is it just all sugar and chemicals with flavourings.
      1. Not as tasty tesco selling it for £1. 00 per bottle. . Was bought for me by family. Not as tasty as i thought it would be. But will keep my share of the bottles. Also saw that tesco’s are doing bottles for £1. 00 – would like to know how much sarsaprilla root is in the drink or is it just all sugar and chemicals with flavourings.

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