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Nescafe Gold 'Blend', 'Intense' & 'Decaff' 200g now £4 @ Tesco
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Nescafe Gold 'Blend', 'Intense' & 'Decaff' 200g now £4 @ Tesco

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Posted 8th Aug 2019Edited by:"BulldogNo1"

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Good price but I’ve never seen 200g for £7.50
A fiver is the usual price in lots of shops so £4 is a good deal. You can definitely taste the difference with Gold blend.
Or buy the Lidl/Aldi freeze dried equivalent for £1.89 for a 200 gram jar.

Maybe even buy a few jars to stash in the garage for when the supermarket shelves are empty.
Joe90_guy08/08/2019 09:34

Or buy the Lidl/Aldi freeze dried equivalent for £1.89 for a 200 gram jar. …Or buy the Lidl/Aldi freeze dried equivalent for £1.89 for a 200 gram jar. Maybe even buy a few jars to stash in the garage for when the supermarket shelves are empty.


I've recently started using the Aldi version - it's pretty much identical for less than £2 a jar.
Cooperuk08/08/2019 09:47

I've recently started using the Aldi version - it's pretty much identical …I've recently started using the Aldi version - it's pretty much identical for less than £2 a jar.


Might be personal preference but I went back to Gold Blend after the Aldi stuff and found it much better. The Aldi one seems a lot more bitter.
the aldi one ain't a patch on the nescafe one.
If you prefer Carte Noire, it's on offer at £4.50 (200g) at Morrisons.
Edited by: "Sparco" 8th Aug 2019
Same price (£4) at B&M stores
sam197008/08/2019 15:49

Same price (£4) at B&M stores


Just been into my local B&M store.they only sell the 'original' Gold Blend as per link HERE.
So if you want the 'Intense' or 'Decaf' versions then buy them from Tesco.
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Something has changed with these Nescafe Gold it used to have better taste but still far better then supermarkets own.

If decaf coffee is cheap it is poor quality and they have used chemical or extreme heat process which is not good..
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