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New Score Sparkling Apple – a sweet burst of the forbidden fruit
New Score Sparkling Apple – a sweet burst of the forbidden fruit

New Score Sparkling Apple – a sweet burst of the forbidden fruit

NEW PRODUCTS

Issued by GC Communications on behalf of Chill Beverages International (Pty) Ltd - Mar 23rd 2017, 15:51

Consumers will love them apples in the new Score Sparkling Apple Energy Drink with its tempting sweetness and epic power kick, just launched by Chill Beverages International (Pty) Ltd.

With its double shot of Guarana for a natural energy eruption, new Score Apple doesn’t fall far from the original Score tree. The newly formulated sweet apple taste with a healthy dose of B vitamins gives Score Apple double the power to release a blast of energy. And because it’s taurine-free, Score has that great aftertaste fans have come to love.

Consumers who love the sweet crisp apple taste with a boost of energy will want to give new Score Apple in the stylishly revamped matt 440ml cans with the “New Flavour” tag a shot!

At the same price as most regular soft drinks, there is no reason not to tap into the power of Score Apple and experience its sweet explosive flavour.

Score Energy Drink now comes in two great flavours, Apple and Original, in 440ml cans selling at a RSP of R10.00 per can.

 

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