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Orangina Sparkling Citrus Beverage with Pulp (4 PACK) Bottles

3.0 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Orangina Sparkling Citrus Beverage with Pulp (4 PACK) Bottles
  • 12 percent juice.
  • 2 percent pulp.
  • No artificial coloring or flavoring.
  • Product of Canada.

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Product Description

Orangina Sparkling Citrus Beverage with Pulp (4 PACK) Bottles: Sparkling citrus beverage with natural pulp. 12 percent juice. 2 percent pulp. No artificial coloring or flavoring. Product of Canada.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 10.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000121BY6
  • UPC: 753167111880
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,820 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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By Jason Morris on August 14, 2008
Orangina is my favorite drink of all time, and i average at least a bottle a day, but $11.05 is an outrageous price for four glass bottle. If you go to any Trader Joe's they sell the same four pack for $3.98
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Like another reviewer, I too fell in love with the beverage while in France. I was overjoyed when, a few months after my return a found that it was available in an expensive grocery store near me. Unfortunately, the kind of Orangina sold in the US is not the same beverage that is available in Europe. The ingredients are totally different. Since this product page says "Made in the US", I can only assume this is the American recipe, which is not as tasty (but probably has a longer shelf life). Just thought I'd give a heads up to anyone who was expecting the European version!
I miss my Orangina
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Okay, I admit it. I love the stuff. Just got back from France, and the first thing I did was check to see if I could get it on Amazon. Believe it or not, for awhile, our local grocery company in Indiana, Marsh, carried it, but that died. So, thanks for the tip about Trader Joe's, which isn't far. I really do hate all soft drinks, except a root beer now and again, and not often. God, I forgot how great Orangina is. Been awhile since we've been there. I don't understand why it's so readily available all over Europe and the Middle East, but not here. Distributors need to get on the ball. Meanwhile, it would be cheaper to drive to Canada and bring home a couple cases that to pay these ridiculous prices.
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Orangina, the old Swiss Drink, I grew up with. If it is different, than it was, I did not notice, but I still love it extremely Cannot live without it anymore, how could I live the last 16 years without???
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I used to drive 15 miles down to Sunset Blvd in L.A. just to get this drink. I remembered back in '95, Orangina bottles sold from Terner's Liquor had the exact shape and size like Clearly Canadians'(16oz?), after a while I couldn't find it anymore. I searched everywhere, including places like BevMo, zilch! All of a sudden it emerged out of nowhere in the form of slightly smaller "bulby" bottles. There is just something about this beverage, that I'll never forget the taste of it, the lightly carbonated juice stings your tongue and not too sweet. It was and still very unique and refreshing. I have not been able to locate this drink for about 10 years and was lingering in my mind from time to time every time when I passed by the L.A. area.....until now, thanks to Trader Joe's I stock 'em up chilled!
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Orangina is a European drink, made with real orange juice and carbonated water. You can see and taste the pulp in it; it tastes like a spritzer, very refreshing and not overly sweet and artificial like an orange soda. It is really delicious as a cold drink! It used to be that you could only find it a finer foods market or deli, but it is getting easier to find now. Also the price has come down recently since they found an American bottler to manufacture and sell it in the states under license to the French. Also the glass bottle has a very cool shape, and feels good in your hand.
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My husband and I went to Europe and he loved these drinks so I wanted to suprised him with a couple of cases..nervous because previous post stated that they weren't good. My husband loved them said they taste like the one from Europe.
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One of the things I miss about Austin, TX is this little soft drink, Orangina. First came up on it in a Greek fast food place near 9th and Congress just south of the Capital. Then, found it in Central Market. Was a two bottle-a-day man by the time I had to get out of Austin. A must try if you like a just right natural orange flavor soda.
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