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Chase Marmalade Vodka 70cl £26.00 at Amazon and Waitrose

£26.00 @ Amazon
A very good deal on this voddie. Normally around the £35 mark. Yes its expensive booze but its made in England, with Potatoes and Seville marmalade. A very nice tipple (so ive read) so im off t… Read More
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8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
A very good deal on this voddie. Normally around the £35 mark.

Yes its expensive booze but its made in England, with Potatoes and Seville marmalade.

A very nice tipple (so ive read) so im off to purchase a bottle!

Waitrose link (amazon must be price matching)

http://www.waitrose.com/shop/ProductView-10317-10001-137019-Chase+vodka+marmalade
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8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
Just to add you get free coffee and free newspaper buying it from Waitrose.
#2
I've got this, can barely taste the marmalade, don't waste your money.
#3
why does made in England mitigate the high price? it's usually goods from abroad that draw a high price as they need to be imported.
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bryanhaines399
why does made in England mitigate the high price? it's usually goods from abroad that draw a high price as they need to be imported.


Because feck all is made here it's instantly a rare item.
#5
I prefer vodka that tastes like vodka. If I crave marmalade taste I eat marmalade.
#6
bryanhaines399
why does made in England mitigate the high price? it's usually goods from abroad that draw a high price as they need to be imported.

Bryan, you may want to look up the word mitigate in a dictionary ;)

Edited By: nbgrobbo on Aug 04, 2016 23:16
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nbgrobbo
bryanhaines399
why does made in England mitigate the high price? it's usually goods from abroad that draw a high price as they need to be imported.

Bryan, you may want to look up the word mitigate in a dictionary ;)


okay just to humour you I did and surprise surprise it still has the same meaning as it used to. your turn to check the dictionary
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Yummy!

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