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Badshah Basmati Rice (10 kg) £10.97 delivered @ Amazon

£10.97 @ Amazon
Gets good reviews and considering Tilda rice is £3.99 per kg this is a good deal. Must cost more than this to deliver it. Read More
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6y, 4w agoFound 6 years, 4 weeks ago
Gets good reviews and considering Tilda rice is £3.99 per kg this is a good deal. Must cost more than this to deliver it.
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1 Like #1
great rice and great value. you would be fool to buy tilda once they tasted this and considered the value.
#2
Not brilliant marketing is it calling some thing a bad shah, sounds like a middle east dictator!
#4
Same price in Asda if you can collect.
#5
I voted cold because recently I got these for £9 (with subscription), sorry OP!
#6
Mighty Anorak
Not brilliant marketing is it calling some thing a bad shah, sounds like a middle east dictator!

Badshah means king I think.

Never knew Amazon sold rice!!! A bit ridiculous I think, what next? Lol, it is like those desperate shops I see on the main road where you walk in to a shop...
On the left they cut hair
On the right they sell kebabs
In one corner they sell phone cards, do faxes, fix laptops, Internet Cafe?
In the other corner they sell groceries
At the front they sell videos/DVDs
And at the back... don't even ask! (_;)

Edited By: Hibron on Apr 24, 2011 21:54
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Hibron
Mighty Anorak
Not brilliant marketing is it calling some thing a bad shah, sounds like a middle east dictator!
Badshah means king I think.

yes, although the correct pronounciation should be bard-shah
#8
agneepath
Hibron
Mighty Anorak
Not brilliant marketing is it calling some thing a bad shah, sounds like a middle east dictator!

Badshah means king I think.


yes, although the correct pronounciation should be bard-shah


Why? Is he a poet as well as a King? :)
1 Like #9
This is 7 something in costco. Good deal for non members though
#10
I have checked it out, Bardshah means King!
1 Like #11
badshah means emperor. its persian in origin and is pronounced baadshhaah.
#12
Good price if you are running low, but I tend to wait for rice to fall to the £8 mark and then stock up. Hence I have a least 6x10kg lurking at home. Agree it does make Tilda look very overpriced..
#13
i just get the 5kg bags from tesco for £5 kohinoor gold they are on offer most months so just grab 2 or more of these to last the year for a family of 3 adults 1 kid and lots of family who come over with their kids

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