Tango Sugar Free Paradise Punch 24 x 330ml Can
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The "taste buddy" actors in the advertisements were shot as live action, with the actor standing on a moveable circular frame which was then manoeuvred via a handle to give the "vibrating" trembling effect for each of the "buddies" seen on screen.
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Tango Strange Soda was a sub-brand that consisted of juice and milk-based drinks, being available in "Strange Strawberry" and "Odd Orange" flavours and had targeted the children and teenager market. The campaign began in 1992 with the advert Orange Man; it featured a man drinking Tango and immediately being slapped around the face by a portly man painted orange (Peter Geeves).bottles, as well as 330ml multipacks, catering for at-home consumption – an occasion which has become increasingly popular amid hybrid working patterns”. On the can itself, the word 'Tango' was featured inside an oval on a backdrop of half sliced oranges. If you do require precise ingredient information you should consult the manufacturer, whose contact details will appear on the packaging or label.
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The newspaper adverts were trailed by branding on the front page, including a free offer for a bottle of Tango.
Later that year, as Tango Strange Soda launched, three ultimately unsuccessful advertisements for the drink ( Taste Buds, Trainers and Classroom) were aired featuring a man's "taste buddies" which are a group of young men behaving as the man's taste buds that vibrate rapidly when the man consumes Strange Soda.
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It was another attempt by Britvic to increase sales of the Tango brand and was aimed at the young female market.You should also note that the picture images show only our serving suggestions of how to prepare your food - all table accessories and additional items and/or ingredients pictured with the product you are purchasing are not included.