Nescafe Original 200g + 100g = 300g £3.49 at Lidl
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Nescafe Original 200g + 100g = 300g £3.49 at Lidl

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Found 14th Apr 2013
In current issue brochure showing 200g but just back from store and it 300g in weight. I know there can be regional variations

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Some of these Lidl branded coffees can be foreign blends which ain't the same as the 'normal' Nescafe. Usually the label gives it away. 300g is alot when it tastes funny. Hot deal if it's the right stuff.

Original Poster

goldpaws, it looks the real deal to me and I looked at this on line (elsewhere) and it looks an authentic purchase, next best price is Tesco at £4.00.
I have to confess it is bought for my family members and friends as I dont drink it and no one has yet mentioned any 'funny taste'
You can check it out in Lidl before buying as well

goldpaws

Some of these Lidl branded coffees can be foreign blends which ain't the … Some of these Lidl branded coffees can be foreign blends which ain't the same as the 'normal' Nescafe. Usually the label gives it away. 300g is alot when it tastes funny. Hot deal if it's the right stuff.



I'm pretty sure all blends are foreign, we can't grow coffee over here.

The Nescafe Original from Lidl, is not the same as Original over here. It does taste different and not as good IMO.
I'd stick to the Tesco offer.

This is the last day you can get it by the looks of it. Leaflet shows deals on from the 11th to the 17th.

goldpaws

Some of these Lidl branded coffees can be foreign blends which ain't the … Some of these Lidl branded coffees can be foreign blends which ain't the same as the 'normal' Nescafe. Usually the label gives it away. 300g is alot when it tastes funny. Hot deal if it's the right stuff.


Isn't it just the Nescafe Brazilia that you see in the likes of Farmfoods, Lidl, and it's obvious since the label is all in Portuguese?

Original Poster

Thx for the hot votes folks but: Where does these foreign comments come from? The coffee I bought from Lidl is written in English with No foreign words to be found on the label or jar & it is the very same label as seen by me in Tesco & Wilkinson. I hope the purchase has been the same for others? Cheers

3gees

Thx for the hot votes folks but: Where does these foreign comments come … Thx for the hot votes folks but: Where does these foreign comments come from? The coffee I bought from Lidl is written in English with No foreign words to be found on the label or jar & it is the very same label as seen by me in Tesco & Wilkinson. I hope the purchase has been the same for others? Cheers



The Nescafe Original I'm used to is what I call the 'red label' stuff. Looks a little different to the post photo. Having tried lower priced stuff that 'looks different' I've sometimes found that it's not the same taste or got it home to find the label in another language etc. Can often be found in the cut price supermarkets, but not always.

As I said, if it's the same stuff then hot.

That 1 in pic is foreign, but whenever I've bought this from Lidl, it's been the genuine article.

Not that it matters like, because the deal finished today!! lol

Shame it didn't get voted hot sooner.
Edited by: "djhazardous" 17th Apr 2013
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