Nescafé Original Instant Coffee 300g £2.95 at Iceland
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Nescafé Original Instant Coffee 300g £2.95 at Iceland

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Found 1st Jan 2015
It's 300g of Nescafe for £2.95. Need I say more?
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bought two at morrisons yesterday for £4 each. will have a look at local iceland to see if this is available on monday.
mutley1

bought two at morrisons yesterday for £4 each. will have a look at local … bought two at morrisons yesterday for £4 each. will have a look at local iceland to see if this is available on monday.


Be warned I bought some last month and it's not the same. It says Nescafé original but it isn't! It's taste like something that's been swept up of the floor.
Just checked the local Store. The offer will go live tonight and available on 250g only. Website is offering wrong information. 300g will remain £5.20 but 200g will be reduced to £2.95. Best wishes
I confirm spyro's comment, I brought 300g Original Nescaffe from B&M.. the coffee tasted well off - the use by date was checked to be well in , looks like a bad batch of Nescaffe on the market ? Now I only buy this coffee from Sainsbury / Waitrose and check the quality soon after purchase.
Edited by: "Romi" 1st Jan 2015
iamshahid

Just checked the local Store. The offer will go live tonight and … Just checked the local Store. The offer will go live tonight and available on 250g only. Website is offering wrong information. 300g will remain £5.20 but 200g will be reduced to £2.95. Best wishes

Where did you find one open?
Romi

I confirm spyro's comment, I brought 300 gram Original nescaffe from … I confirm spyro's comment, I brought 300 gram Original nescaffe from B&M.. the coffee tasted off and did not hv the smell of Nescafe. The use by date was checked to be well in , something was not right. Fake coffee on the market ? I only buy this coffee from more reputable higher end supermarkets . Beware


"I only buy this coffee from more reputable higher end supermarkets" B&M? http://30.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m3fsy8z6IB1rudgm1o1_400.jpg



Edited by: "qbs" 1st Jan 2015
qbs

Where did you find one open?


East London, East Ham Iceland. You didn't think I made it up, right?
iamshahid

East London, East Ham Iceland. You didn't think I made it up, right?


You made it up.
iamshahid

East London, East Ham Iceland. You didn't think I made it up, right?

Just amazed they're open.
spyro123

Be warned I bought some last month and it's not the same. It says Nescafé … Be warned I bought some last month and it's not the same. It says Nescafé original but it isn't! It's taste like something that's been swept up of the floor.



interesting. i have never bought nescafe from iceland before. i will google this.
Romi

You made it up.


No he didn't.
i definately wouldn't buy this from poundland as i bought a packet of lion bars from there and they tasted like they were years out of date even though the packet states they were in date.

they were really hard chocolate not soft and tasty like the bars you get from the supermarket.
mutley1

interesting. i have never bought nescafe from iceland before. i will … interesting. i have never bought nescafe from iceland before. i will google this.


I bought it from b&ms I remember now...was looking for cheap wrapping paper and came across cheap coffee.
Don't know how shops get away with selling this crap.

Edited by: "spyro123" 1st Jan 2015
qbs

Just amazed they're open.


Most co ops are open too
spyro123

I bought it from b&ms I remember now...was looking for cheap wrapping … I bought it from b&ms I remember now...was looking for cheap wrapping paper and came across cheap coffee. Don't know how shops get away with selling this crap.



i never buy food from cheap shops although lidl and iceland are ok. i have bought tetley tea from iceland and they are ok. good to hear it wasn't iceland you bought the horrid coffee from.
There are a few 'different' blends of Nescafe, usually the jars in the 'discount' stores are those produced for countries other than the UK. You'll find 'original' and 'classic', sometimes 'rich aroma' too, all are slightly different in taste. I personally have found Nescafe to be more 'harsh and bitter' in recent years so we've switched to ground filter and a cafetiere.
Normal price in Maesteg another wild goose chase.
lassy

Normal price in Maesteg another wild goose chase.



was concerned this may be the case as it sounds too good to be true. if anyone looks at their local please let us know the outcome.
Priced on shelf at £4.89 but scanning at £2.95 at Tunstall store
Priced on shelf at £4.89 but scanning at £2.95 at Tunstall store
just been to my Iceland and full price on shelf, so check before you go
Just been to my Iceland and priced £4.89 on shelf but going through till at £2.95.
great find op, just looking for some,thanks heat
I tried again today and it checked the price and it went through the till at £2.95, the cashier could not believe it as it was marked £4.95 on shelf, she asked someone to take over the till, so she could go and buy a lot ;-)
Why do they not know, also the large tins of coffee mate has been priced down today to the £3 offer price, and nearly every one in the queue had a tin.
thanks for the update guys. i will go and have a look tomorrow at my local.
looked in my local and they only had 200g jars in priced £2.95 so not available at all stores
mutley1

looked in my local and they only had 200g jars in priced £2.95 so not … looked in my local and they only had 200g jars in priced £2.95 so not available at all stores


The store I got mine in had 200g jars in a basket near the entrance with a £2.95 price tag. I found 300g (200g + 50%) jars stacked on top of a freezer - shelf edge label £4.98. I asked the guy on the till to scan/check price and it came up as £2.95, whereupon, I filled my wellies - I had a £10 Iceland voucher to get rid of - compensation for a bag of rancid peas!

So you may just be unlucky - either store didn't get stock, or it's all gone.
Got mine thanks, showing as £4.89 in store but £2.95 at the till
qbs

The store I got mine in had 200g jars in a basket near the entrance with … The store I got mine in had 200g jars in a basket near the entrance with a £2.95 price tag. I found 300g (200g + 50%) jars stacked on top of a freezer - shelf edge label £4.98. I asked the guy on the till to scan/check price and it came up as £2.95, whereupon, I filled my wellies - I had a £10 Iceland voucher to get rid of - compensation for a bag of rancid peas!So you may just be unlucky - either store didn't get stock, or it's all gone.



they only had 200g jars and no label for 300g jars so you get the 300g jar if the store has any stock of 200g + 50% free, which my local didn't.
I am so glad I read this about Nescafé tasting different from certain stores,I always purchase from morrisons and product is perfect,tasty,rich aroma,now and again my wife does a delivered shop from Iceland and their Nescafé original has no aroma when jar is opened,and tastes nothing like it should,this coffee is like a supermarkets own brand,I have mentioned this to her twice now ,thinking it is me going mad,the coffee is so bad that after one cup the whole jar went in the bin!,,.i think as already mentioned that this different taste Nescafé mustn't be for the uk market .
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