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Nescafe Gold Blend Barista Style Instant Coffee Tin,180 g (Pack of 4) - £16 @ Amazon Prime / £19.99 Non prime
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Nescafe Gold Blend Barista Style Instant Coffee Tin,180 g (Pack of 4) - £16 @ Amazon Prime / £19.99 Non prime

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Posted 9th Jul
NESCAFÉ GOLD BLEND Barista Style Instant Coffee Tin, 180 g (Pack of 4) @ Amazon Prime or add 3.99 delivery for non prime.
15.20 with S&S.
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They've ruined Gold Blend, so if this has had the same treatment, it will be equally rubish!
I returned £100 worth last week for credit!
These are on sale in Sainsbury's down to £4 from £7 a tin.
pelaquin09/07/2019 21:23

These are on sale in Sainsbury's down to £4 from £7 a tin.


This works out £3.20 each delivered after 20% off
Voted hot, only £13.20 delivered for me with subscribe and save for first order. Pure coffee is much better than chemical rubbish sold as instant coffee in small sachets.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 10th Jul
Thanks

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There was a 5% voucher promo & then 15% off s&s
willysnapper09/07/2019 20:49

They've ruined Gold Blend, so if this has had the same treatment, it will …They've ruined Gold Blend, so if this has had the same treatment, it will be equally rubish!I returned £100 worth last week for credit!



The standard Gold blend(not this one) used to be 100% Arabica bean. When they relaunched it (last year?) with a flashy new design, they changed the recipe, i.e they used a blend of Arabica and cheaper beans, but neglected to tell anyone.
First taste i knew there was something different, it was rubbish. Quick search, there was the answer. Never touch it now.
Edited by: "paul29" 10th Jul
paul2910/07/2019 09:21

The standard Gold blend(not this one) used to be 100% Arabica bean. When …The standard Gold blend(not this one) used to be 100% Arabica bean. When they relaunched it (last year?) with a flashy new design, they changed the recipe, i.e they used a blend of Arabica and cheaper beans, but neglected to tell anyone.First taste i knew there was something different, it was rubbish. Quick search, there was the answer. Never touch it now.


Yeah, and that mud in the bottom of your cup/mug!
WHY do they have to mess with something that's perfect?
Answer: to make more profit!
Yup, that's the top and bottom of it.
But how many customers have they lost? Quite a lot I imagine so it's kinda backfired on them.
This is good stuff bought a tin from ASDA few months ago for £4
This is awful.
This is GOLD not GOLD BLEND
£4 in Sainsbury's for 1 so not a Great deal.
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