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Stella Cidre £1.00 Home Bargains

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Covert Recon#1
A heavily advertised new-ish drink popping up in HB already? Can't be a good sign for them!
zyany 1 Like #2
Covert Recon
A heavily advertised new-ish drink popping up in HB already? Can't be a good sign for them!

As I understand they hold 20% of the cider market in the UK and are trying to capitalise on this to push their pear cidre.

I once found Splenda pills, box of 100 in B&M for £1... but it was a once off and never saw them again!

Thanks OP, hot as I love this cider!
snooperman#3
Both Stella Cidre and Bulmers are 8 for £8 at ASDA
zoal 2 Likes #4
made his day

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daze24 1 Like #5
horrid stuff. overpriced still imo
vpeake#6
c'est cidre
G0OSE#7
eh eh eh eh uh uh uh uh :{
UncleWilly#8
No amount of marketing can disguise the fact that this is just another bland tasteless fizzy chemical concoction.

And why do these ciders cost more in a bottle than in a can when the contents are identical?
pinkpeppa123 1 Like #9
UncleWilly
No amount of marketing can disguise the fact that this is just another bland tasteless fizzy chemical concoction.

And why do these ciders cost more in a bottle than in a can when the contents are identical?

Yeah but for a quid? :D

Seems a lot of it about in the bargain shops. Not my bag but for those who do like it it's a good deal. It's no worse than Magners and I still can't believe that they get away charging what they do for that. Still it's a way of using up waste ammonia gas.
Pikman 1 Like #10
Don't diss it til you've tried it. I'm an ale drinker when I do drink and I find this 'cidre' rather pleasant! Perfect for a summers day.
zpider242 1 Like #11
I quite like it and I'm not a cider drinker. Tastes better than Wife Beatre (sorry, couldn't help myself)
pandpand#12
zpider242
I quite like it and I'm not a cider drinker. Tastes better than Wife Beatre (sorry, couldn't help myself)

Or 'Spouse Beatre'

http://newsthump.com/2012/07/26/stella-artois-to-support-gay-marriage-by-rebranding-lager-as-spouse-beater/


Edited By: pandpand on Aug 10, 2012 16:59: improved
AnyB#13
I really don't understand this... my Stella Cidre cans for 70p a can at Costco went cold a week ago.. while I appreciate not everyone can shop at Costco, it is still weird!!
Some cannot shop at HomeBargains either.. (I don't know about any near me anyway). But I wouldn't vote cold based on that!!

Hot from me, good price outside of wholesales! And I like it!
shifty84#14
best drink for the bbq pint glass stacks of ice. went through 5 cases the other weekend
RCUK#15
tried this last night for the first time... and :( not that pleasant.

Rekorderling Strawberry Lime cider is much much nicer.

But head added as excellent price!
richtobanned#16
I wouldnt touch this purely for the irritating advert implying that Cider is in someway French...
mjr600#17
richto
I wouldnt touch this purely for the irritating advert implying that Cider is in someway French...

You've ever been to Normandy/Brittany I guess, cider and apple brandy is sold everywhere, the French make excellent ciders but this isn't one of them.
goodisongirl#18
I really like this! I saw they had 4 cans for £3 in home bargains in Doncaster this morning.
clm7#19
ciders turning into a bit of a wimmins drink imo
clm7#20
still a decent deal though sorry

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