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Click pic to view comments - Confirmed sighting: Bundaberg Australian Peachee non-alcoholic beverage Confirmed sighting: Bundaberg Australian Peachee non-alcoholic beverage
Posted: 14:29 Mon 26-Sep-2005. Price: 99p/ 340ml bottle. Location: Waitrose, Finchley Road, London. Sub-flavours: Australian Lemon Lime and Bitters. Nutritional unusualness: Slightly higher than usual 12.6g "carbohydrate" (almost certainly sugar) per 100ml.
Snackspot reports: Almost certainly an official import of this Antipodean delicacy, given that it credits "Bundaberg Brewed Drinks UK" on the sticker (plus the unimpeachable reputation of Waitrose of course - I was convinced I saw Kelly Macdonald from out of Trainspotting in there the other day). Anyway, this could be a sweet (but pricey) replacement for the now rarely-seen RAC 124 energy drink (and, I suspect, would go great with vodka or something) - that's if you can stomach the usual "It's always cloudy in a bottle of Peachee - quite unlike the perfect blue skies in Queensland, Australia" space-filling nonsense on the back.

...(Oh and the Lemon Lime and Bitters version isn't bad either, the "Bitters" element giving it a hint of Roses Lime Cordial.) Meanwhile, in slightly clearer carbonates: Independent Retail News anticipates that Sprite 3G will go on sale in October (89p/ 250ml) and contain "glucose, guarana and caffeine from green coffee beans"; while "Matthew" astutely confirmed previous speculation with another story that "the usual Pepsi Max taste has been enhanced with the introduction of ginger and cinnamon" to create a special Christmas Pepsi Max Punch.

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Posted: 07:29 Tue 27-Sep-2005 by "Mark" # permalink comment
Comment: I'll be buggered if i've ever seen this 'delicacy' gracing the shelves or fridges of any of the shops that I frequent here in Sydney. Maybe it is a strictly Queensland imbibement..... in which case I suspect it is foul, knocks several IQ points off and probably makes you talk in a slow drawl as well.
Posted: 14:10 Fri 30-Sep-2005 by "Eldridge Cleaver" # permalink comment
Comment: Their Ginger Beer is the most amazing thing ever. You remember when Ginger Beer was a proper brewed drink and not just water with sugar and flavour added, well this is it so seek it out! Alas I only know of one wee shop in Glasgow that sells it...
Posted: 00:01 Mon 24-Oct-2005 by "matt" # permalink comment
Comment: The ginger beer is available at wholesalers COSTCO. I think its in packs of 6 or 12 bottles...
Posted: 14:30 Sat 06-May-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: Oh look, some entrepreneurial aussies are trying to sell us kangaroo piddle

enterprising things


Posted: 14:55 Thu 22-Jun-2006 by "fearless"
(apparently posting from 81.151.107.144: host81-151-107-144.range81-151.btcentralplus.com) # permalink comment
Comment: Ok Ok - we also brew ginger beer, and before rushing to try Antipodean offerings - at least try the home brewed offering and come to your own conclusions - Wooff Wooff!
Posted: 15:29 Thu 22-Jun-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: Bonza! 9277 4
Posted: 20:59 Tue 28-Nov-2006 by "DrStu" # permalink comment
Comment: Bundaberg Peachee, Root beer and Gingerbeer all sold at "Vom fass", Trentham gardens, Staffs.

http://www.trenthamleisure.co.uk/shopping2.html

£1.75 for peachee... can't go wrong!


Posted: 23:45 Sat 07-Jul-2007 by "Charlie" # permalink comment
Comment: This is great stuff. Its sold in quite a few farm shops around where I live in Sandwich, Kent. They obtain it from a co called Slurpz -appropriate name for a drinks co!! Peachee is really smooth, love the G beer.
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