Monin Gingerbread, Vanilla, Caramel Coffee Syrups £2.49 each @Tesco
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Monin Gingerbread, Vanilla, Caramel Coffee Syrups £2.49 each @Tesco

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Found 4th Jan 2014
250ml bottles down from £2.99. 1litre bottles usually are around a tenner although Tesco don't stock these. There are only 3 varieties in my Tesco Extra but they include the gorgeous gingerbread flavour which reminds me of the expensive Starbucks lattes I use to buy at xmas, not anymore! Online only have GB and vanilla, which is also very authentic tasting and you only require 1 to 2 teaspoons for a cuppa as they are super strong. Picked up the caramel today will be trying that tomorrow!!

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good deal very cheap thanks

Nice!

Good spot - go nicely with cappuccino from a tassimo machine

these are amazingly good, we have all 3 although gingerbread in my favorite.

The bigger bottles can be bought from Starbucks and Costa for around £15, and they have a lot more flavours. These really do transform a hot drink!

Creme brulee is easily the best flavour... if you can get hold of it.

Are you sure Tesco's stock these? I'm always on the lookout for good coffee syrups and have never come across these in my main tesco extra. The only places where I have seen Monin is Sainsburys and Morrisons.

Oh will everyone just stop 'monin'!

ullmanio

I usually buy my syrups from here http://www.syrupsandstuff.co.uk



1L bottles only £6.65

McNabFish

Creme brulee is easily the best flavour... if you can get hold of it.



syrupsandstuff.co.uk/aca…tml

there you go

As ysed by many a high street coffee shop. Though I have a stock of the nice lidl hazelnut ones at 1.69 might just check these out.

thanks to ullmanio too for the link as now found a butterscotch! x

Thanks. Cheers for the link as might get some for my senseo machine

ullmanio

I usually buy my syrups from here http://www.syrupsandstuff.co.uk

I see delivery is free if you spend over £70 but, do you know what they charge for delivery for smaller orders? Thanks

MrFizzy

I see delivery is free if you spend over £70 but, do you know what they … I see delivery is free if you spend over £70 but, do you know what they charge for delivery for smaller orders? Thanks


I just tried and it was £5 (+VAT I think). Also enter 'Facebook' in Coupon field for 5% off, which made it £18.63 delivered for 2l. Pretty good as long as you want more than 1 bottle!

As above don't have these in my local Tesco, £2.99 from Sainsbury's.
Edited by: "onion86" 5th Jan 2014

Loves them, Toffeenut is my favorite although has the joy to buy from work at cost price

You can also sometimes pick them up in TKMaxx of all places quite cheap.
For anyone else considering Syrupsandstuff website be warned that N.Ireland del is £17.69!!
Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 5th Jan 2014

cecilmcroberts

Loves them, Toffeenut is my favorite although has the joy to buy from … Loves them, Toffeenut is my favorite although has the joy to buy from work at cost price You can also sometimes pick them up in TKMaxx of all places quite cheap. For anyone else considering Syrupsandstuff website be warned that N.Ireland del is £17.69!!



Yeah the northern ireland people get it rough when it comes to delivery from alot of companies there's even companies who use royal mail and parcelforce and have the cheek to charge extra for northern ireland when the cost of delivery costs the same to anywhere else on mainland

TallerPaul

Yeah the northern ireland people get it rough when it comes to delivery … Yeah the northern ireland people get it rough when it comes to delivery from alot of companies there's even companies who use royal mail and parcelforce and have the cheek to charge extra for northern ireland when the cost of delivery costs the same to anywhere else on mainland



So true, wanted to order a jacket of an English equestrian store, jacket was £89.99 del quoted was £38.50...where they booking the jacket a seat on a plane! They said it was because they used a courier service asked if they would use Royal Mail "No". Good customer service there lol. But yeah seen places adding extra to N.I also when they use RM who don't charge any difference also Amazon for some reason will not post Aftershave/Perfume to here either!

Other Brands to keep an eye on are Davinci and SweetBird all used by the Foodservice industry. It could surprise you if you looked up your nearest Foodservice suppliers and asked about buying a bottle as a "cashsale" (means you don't need a VAT number etc) although you'd more or likely have to pick it up at there depot. Though I've tried most of them and find Monin hard to beat for flavour. Have noticed also that it seems to taste better in the glass bottle over the plastic ones but that might just be in my head and also because I have one of the pump dispensers for them and they are different sizes for the glass/plastic bottles.

P.S you can also use these for cocktail making flavours and to transform any baking mix, gingerbread is great in a cupcake mixture

en.davinci-gourmet.com/
hellosweetbird.com/pro…ps/
nextdaycoffee.co.uk/bra…nin


Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 5th Jan 2014

cecilmcroberts

So true, wanted to order a jacket of an English equestrian store, jacket … So true, wanted to order a jacket of an English equestrian store, jacket was £89.99 del quoted was £38.50...where they booking the jacket a seat on a plane! They said it was because they used a courier service asked if they would use Royal Mail "No". Good customer service there lol. But yeah seen places adding extra to N.I also when they use RM who don't charge any difference also Amazon for some reason will not post Aftershave/Perfume to here either!



well its funny you mention amazon, i ordered a dove giftset for my mum at christmas they posted it without any issues to Derry/Londonderry, i then ordered a nivea for men giftset for my dad and they wouldnt post it even know it contained nearly everything the same as the dove kit, its werid lol.

I've had over priced postage before from companies who ended up using royal mail or even better when they charge £30 postage then get myhermes to deliver when everyone knows unreliable service for £6 or so anywhere in the uk lol

TallerPaul

well its funny you mention amazon, i ordered a dove giftset for my mum at … well its funny you mention amazon, i ordered a dove giftset for my mum at christmas they posted it without any issues to Derry/Londonderry, i then ordered a nivea for men giftset for my dad and they wouldnt post it even know it contained nearly everything the same as the dove kit, its werid lol.I've had over priced postage before from companies who ended up using royal mail or even better when they charge £30 postage then get myhermes to deliver when everyone knows unreliable service for £6 or so anywhere in the uk lol



Yeah it is weird, something changed last year because at the start of the year I was able to order aftershave with no issues. Must be scared we using aftershave/perfume for "other uses"!

saw a lot of different flavours in macro yesterday, around £7 for the 70ml bottles :-)

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buffybaskey

saw a lot of different flavours in macro yesterday, around £7 for the … saw a lot of different flavours in macro yesterday, around £7 for the 70ml bottles :-)



£7 for 70ml or 700ml? If it is for 700ml or as they call it 70cl then it works out at around the same price from Tesco.
Edited by: "Alex87" 6th Jan 2014

Picked up a gingerbread syrup in Woolwich earlier. Thanks to the OP.
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