Nescafe Azera 100G £2.49 usually £4.99 - TESCO
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Nescafe Azera 100G £2.49 usually £4.99 - TESCO

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Found 4th Oct 2013
Nescafe Azera 100g tin.

Picked one up in my local Metro in North Action.

Great deal and a very tasty instant coffee.

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Came out top in a recent Which report for "Barista style instant coffee". No idea if I would agree as I don't drink coffee at all.

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Burgmeister

Came out top in a recent Which report for "Barista style instant coffee". … Came out top in a recent Which report for "Barista style instant coffee". No idea if I would agree as I don't drink coffee at all.



It's very nice, as an avid coffee drinker i was going to buy it when the label said £5. When i scanned it came through at £2.49 so i was definitely happy

Same size tin and the intenso flavour are £2.00 each in asda

very weak coffee

was only £2 in Asda last week. Looks nice when made, but weak in taste and poor aroma. Will stick with Nespresso - often imitated, never beaten....

DANMIT

very weak coffee



it says on the side to add an extra spoonful if you prefer a stronger coffee.

still find it weak, keep adding spoonfuls.

I love people on here, such idiotic replies. By definition its strong (per teaspoon) and whilst it certainly isn't up to the mark from 'proper' coffee if you are in a bind and have to imbibe instant then this is far better than other 'normal' instants. Its about 10p a go (55 portions for £5 which is the "RRP" and nesspresso is 29p (I love them) and with the half price its only 5p.

So this is a good deal, its cheaper than normal.

but then I suppose its easier for a keyboard warrior to just say

very weak coffee

Same price in Sainsburys.

bigmo_uk

I love people on here, such idiotic replies. By definition its strong … I love people on here, such idiotic replies. By definition its strong (per teaspoon) and whilst it certainly isn't up to the mark from 'proper' coffee if you are in a bind and have to imbibe instant then this is far better than other 'normal' instants. Its about 10p a go (55 portions for £5 which is the "RRP" and nesspresso is 29p (I love them) and with the half price its only 5p.So this is a good deal, its cheaper than normal.but then I suppose its easier for a keyboard warrior to just say

bigmo_uk

I love people on here, such idiotic replies. By definition its strong … I love people on here, such idiotic replies. By definition its strong (per teaspoon) and whilst it certainly isn't up to the mark from 'proper' coffee if you are in a bind and have to imbibe instant then this is far better than other 'normal' instants. Its about 10p a go (55 portions for £5 which is the "RRP" and nesspresso is 29p (I love them) and with the half price its only 5p.So this is a good deal, its cheaper than normal.but then I suppose its easier for a keyboard warrior to just say

it is not strong by any definition, and a coffee that needs 3 spoons to taste of anything is not a deal to me, and if your taken in by that rrp then your the idiot.

I'm sure there's a knack to making it, I didn't like it at first either
Try a smaller cup, heaped teaspoon and good stirring motion


(I still dislike the Intenso variety).
Edited by: "MBeeching" 4th Oct 2013

bigmo_uk

I love people on here, such idiotic replies. By definition its strong … I love people on here, such idiotic replies. By definition its strong (per teaspoon) and whilst it certainly isn't up to the mark from 'proper' coffee if you are in a bind and have to imbibe instant then this is far better than other 'normal' instants. Its about 10p a go (55 portions for £5 which is the "RRP" and nesspresso is 29p (I love them) and with the half price its only 5p.So this is a good deal, its cheaper than normal.but then I suppose its easier for a keyboard warrior to just say



My feedback was just to say to fellow Nespresso Customers looking for a cheaper alternative, that I wish i never tried this Azera stuff as it looked good for 20 seconds, but smelt and tasted rank regardless of how much you put in.

Keep your hair on oO


DANMIT

it is not strong by any definition

what about the subjective definition of "I think its strong"?[/quote]
DANMIT

it is not strong by any definition, and a coffee that needs 3 spoons to … it is not strong by any definition, and a coffee that needs 3 spoons to taste of anything is not a deal to me, and if your taken in by that rrp then your the idiot.



thus the use of "RRP" (the quote mark denotes a sense of irony that was lost on you.

I love it when people that can't spell call people idiots:

your the idiot

X)

DANMIT

it is not strong by any definition

DANMIT

it is not strong by any definition, and a coffee that needs 3 spoons to … it is not strong by any definition, and a coffee that needs 3 spoons to taste of anything is not a deal to me, and if your taken in by that rrp then your the idiot.

your the idiot




thus the use of "RRP" (the quote mark denotes a sense of irony that was lost on you.

I love it when people that can't spell call people idiots: X)[/quote] the picture says it all .......

and it wasn't people I called idiots, it was a person I called an idiot!!! most people on here are looking for a good deal, not just to pick apart other people's grammar and comments, and be generally offensive to others. I didn't like the coffee and I said so, that's all.

I love this coffee gave my sis sme today and she is an avid coffee drinker she loved it too. Would never pay 5 quid for it though but would buy it on offer it's lovely very smooth.
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