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Kopparberg Pear Cider 500ml Bottles 8x £6 £0.75

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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Tesco have 8x 500ml bottle packs of Kopparberg Pear Cider (4.5%) on offer for £6.00.

Works out @ 0.75p a Bottle.

Cheaper than the 0.95p 500ml Cans @ Ikea!!
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#1
Thanks, i do like the stuff.
I did realise the other day it is just perry which is not as fashionable!
#2
Good stuff... but can be a bit sickening
#3
any other flavours or just pear
#4
ttsese
any other flavours or just pear


Just Pear
#5
nice drop voted hot!
#6
awesome
dammit, now i need to go to tesco
#7
Isn't IKEA cheaper guys? They definitely do Koppaberg, but don't remember the price:oops:
#8
love this stuff, great price that, these normally go for £1.39 a bottle round my way !!
#9
jackBham
Isn't IKEA cheaper guys? They definitely do Koppaberg, but don't remember the price:oops:


the original poster was saying they are cheaper. Ikea is normally much cheaper than everywhere else though....


Works out @ 0.75p a Bottle.

Cheaper than the 0.95p 500ml Cans @ Ikea!!
#10
Tried this stuff over new year, lovely drink, voted HOT!
#11
kopparberg is more like an alcopop than a perry.

tastes of pure sugar, nice and easy to drink tho.
#12
This deal doesnt seem to be everywhere. it doesnt seem to be there!
#13
If only they sold summer or winter fruits
#14
Seems like a cracking deal to me. I shall be popping to Tesco tomorrow. Thanks FFNYL - voted hot.
#15
Checked in Torquay
Checked in Wokingham
Checked in St. Albans
Checked in Hatfield

No deal at these stores.
#16
I made the mistake of not noticing the NA on my Ikea Kopaburg, and ended up with 0% alcohol!
#17
I still have not got my head around the taste of this stuff...but I'm trying lol :w00t:
#18
Good deal indeed, although last time I checked my local Tesco they didn't stock Kopparberg! Nevermind 8-packs at a good price. Personally I love the stuff - but the hangovers off of it are legendary! :P
#19
Perry or Pear Cider

Although not as well known as cider, the making of perry, the pear equivalent of cider, is so similar that they are like two types of the same drink. The special varieties of pears used give perry its distinctive and subtle taste. Perry pear trees can grow as high as 15 metres, taking perhaps 200 years to do so. Sales of perry have always been small and represent about 5.5% of total cider volumes, indeed when cider was freely distributed to farm workers, nearly all perry was kept back for the farmer and his family. It is a limited market and the supply of perry pears is not plentiful, so if you do see any perry for sale alongside cider it is always wise to buy some because there may not be any left next time.

Cooking with Cider and Perry

Real cider is great for use in cooking; it adds a fruity sharp flavour to sauces in place of white wine, deglazes the pan after browning meat and is traditionally used to make cider gravy to go with roast pork dinners. Whole fish can be poached in cider. There are recipes for cooking gammon in perry, and perry butter sauce.

Wassailing

Of the traditions associated with cider, most notable is the Wassail. Farmers and farm workers used to salute the apple trees in a ceremony known as wassailing. Wassail or Wass Hal means 'be thou of good health'. The time of the wassail varied from Christmas Eve to Twelfth Night. Participants carried jugs of cider or perry into the orchards, drank a health to the trees and the anticipated next year's crop, and poured cider or perry around the tree roots. During the wassailing a great deal of noise was created by banging pots and pans. Wheat flour cakes were eaten at these ceremonies and small pieces of the cake were dipped in cider or perry and placed in the forks of the trees as a thanksgiving to the spirit of the tree
#20
[quote=crazylegs;1525018]Perry or Pear Cider

Although not as well known as cider, the making of perry, the pear equivalent of cider, is so similar that they are like two types of the same drink. The special varieties of pears used give perry its distinctive and subtle taste. Perry pear trees can grow as high as 15 metres, taking perhaps 200 years to do so. Sales of perry have always been small and represent about 5.5% of total cider volumes, indeed when cider was freely distributed to farm workers, nearly all perry was kept back for the farmer and his family. It is a limited market and the supply of perry pears is not plentiful, so if you do see any perry for sale alongside cider it is always wise to buy some because there may not be any left next time. /quote]

Whilst this can clearly not be called perry anymore (due to the influx of lambrini, cassini and the rest, lets face it who wants to be associated with those 'drinks') there is clearly a market who are willing to pay through the nose for 'pear cider' i.e. posh perry and it seems to me the only people who we should be annoyed with are the supplier and supermarkets, Tesco are happy to charge £1.78 a bottle yet when bought in packs of 8 cost £0.75 a bottle (or less with staff discount) and pubs who i have seen charge £3.60 a bottle, which is frankly ridiculous and i simply refuse to pay it if something reasonable is available for a lower price....
banned#21
Does not seem to be any offer that I can see.
#22
jackBham
Isn't IKEA cheaper guys? They definitely do Koppaberg, but don't remember the price:oops:


if im right then IKEA only do the non alcoholic version of it, which i learned the hard way not too long ago after buying about 10 cans.
#23
It's not online either !

Thought I get a few delivered as part of my shopping :-(
#24
Might be worth noting.. This product is suitable for people on a wheat/gluten free diet. (unlike most beer)
Voted Hot.
#25
reelist
if im right then IKEA only do the non alcoholic version of it, which i learned the hard way not too long ago after buying about 10 cans.


Ikea definately do, or use to do, cans of ALCOHOLIC Pear Cider as i have bought them before, and had an extremely bad hangover with just drinking these one night.

Unless theres no alcohol in them and i got my drink spiked, altho i was drinkin in my house wit mates, so unlikely.
#26
I bought 24 cans from Ikea last Friday, its normally £1 per can but if you buy 24 cans you get 4 cans for free so it works out:-

Ikea £20 for 24 units
Tesco £18 for 24 units

I am going to stock up on another 24 from Tesco's as I drink this stuff like water.
#27
Ikea is about 90-95p a can. So this deal is cheaper.
They do make a mixed berry type flavour too but don't know if thats in the deal. Also a 0% version if youare driving.
:thumbsup:
#28
None in Consett Tesco.
Emmajo - the berry one is a bit sickly/sweet - stick to the apple or pear.
#29
There's a whole pallet full at the bottom right corner of the Swansea (Fforestfach) Extra Tesco.

Ikea sell both 4.5% & Alcohol free slabs of 24 in store @ £22.80.
So many customers have made the mistake that If you try to buy the non alcoholic slab the checkout staff will ask if you're sure it's what you wanted - happened to me in Cardiff!

If I ran a pub then I'd go buy all of Tesco's stock, 3 of our locals sell Kopparberg bottles for £2.75 - £3.00!!
#30
emmajo;1525503
Ikea is about 90-95p a can. So this deal is cheaper.
They do make a mixed berry type flavour too but don't know if thats in the deal. Also a 0% version if youare driving.
:thumbsup:
from wiki

Flavours available are Pear, Apple and Mixed Fruit. Mixed Fruit Cider is listed by UK customs as made-wine which is why the cider is very expensive. J.D. Wetherspoon's Ltd. sells each variety, including a non-alcoholic version, for £2.29 per 500ml (and is the only pub chain in the UK to have the contract to sell the mixed fruits flavour). The association with Wetherspoons has been a mixed blessing as every other pub chain has refused to stock the brand.
#31
emmajo;1525503
Ikea is about 90-95p a can. So this deal is cheaper.
They do make a mixed berry type flavour too but don't know if thats in the deal. Also a 0% version if youare driving.
:thumbsup:
from wiki

Flavours available are Pear, Apple and Mixed Fruit. Mixed Fruit Cider is listed by UK customs as made-wine which is why the cider is very expensive. J.D. Wetherspoon's Ltd. sells each variety, including a non-alcoholic version, for £2.29 per 500ml (and is the only pub chain in the UK to have the contract to sell the mixed fruits flavour). The association with Wetherspoons has been a mixed blessing as every other pub chain has refused to stock the brand.
#32
why cant these be on special in the summer, much nicer on a red hot afternoon
#33
Tis nice and a good deal but after a long time of drinking it I recently switched to Bulmers Pear which is a lot more adult and doesn't have the cloying sweetness evident after three bottles of this.
#34
I wish the Swedes would ship us some of their 7% version over. Might make the stuff taste a bit less like a Panda Pop.
#35
Not in Hemel or Amersham either.

So is this ONLY in selected or 'Extra' stores?

Lovely stuff, BTW. Too easy to drink too much though, as it is almost like an alcholpop
#36
great deal this stuff is yummy :)
#37
tried 3 tescos today and no luck

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