Absolute steal at that price. I got one in the Amazon £42 deal and I’m impressed
Not marked at this price on the shelf in Woodley town centre.
Uttox, non left as of 20mins ago. 😞 Picked up a scapa glensa for £35 instead.
Uttox had loads.
Good buy if you can find one. Heat
I'm voting cold coz the haig on that price is damn right dodgy for that rubbish, You never have a fancy bottle for whisky or even advertise it!
Lucky duck. Haven't had original Singleton for a while, got some Tailfire left in the cupboard, lovely stuff. Enjoy! (y)
Mate there was loads of reductions there. I was like a kid in a candy shop spending my £8 off a £40 spend 🤪🤪
Can’t complain at that price! Avoid the Haig though :D
Again ! It’s dry January, damn you! 😩
It's all good until you get sanctioned...
Much appreciated info here Pokey. I've just started getting my feet wet, I'm ashamed to say I've just started my journey from instant coffee. Since picking up my Barista Express I've really enjoyed milk based drinks using house blends from a few roasters. What I've noticed is that current my palate is accustomed to Arabica beans and that of a medium roast. I want to dabble in the aeropress/pour over in the future to really get the most out of freshly roasted beans and make out suttle notes. In the mean time I'm enjoying my flat whites and I'm 100% sure, allowing me to cover up my over/under extracting methods!
I picked some up at Waitrose tonight (beans) which were roasted on the 11th which I didn't think was bad. I'm looking forward to trying them.
How are you brewing? The Revelation blend is an espresso blend through and through, as dark a roast as Union go (wisely not as dark as the usual strong espresso blend). The Yayu Forest, as an Ethiopian, is a perfect filter/pour over coffee, although I also really like Ethiopian coffees as espresso - try it in an Aeropress. I order from Union a couple of times a month for my espresso/Aeropress beans because I know it's worth it. I'll source something cheaper, usually from coffee-direct.co.uk, just as freshly roasted, to go through my pour over machine for the brew I take to work every day when I'm just trying to stay hydrated. I'd recommend their Barista Reserve blend at £16.99 for 908g or the Coast Rica coffee for £17.99 for 908g. Oh, and their 1kilo bags of hot chocolate are amazing.
Moisture of any sort does not mix with storing coffee. Avoid the freezer. Buy small amounts rather than stocking up. Beans keep best in airtight (or vacuum sealed), opaque containers, in a cool, dry place. Many storage containers sold for coffee will have a valve to vent carbon dioxide released by the beans, a bit pointless really if you're opening the container regularly.
No that’s what you call a fresh roasting!
Actually very good at reducing blood pressure, if you can stand the taste.
Cystitis ;) I love your spelling sometimes , makes more sense than the real word xx
I thought it said cystightus
Excellent for your cardio
Same price in Sainsburys
Love the smell of this (highfive) and no mess, its a Yes from me
Beefeater used to be our favourite gin, until they cut it from 40% to 37.5% alcohol. After that we weren't too keen on it, and we eventually ended up with Aldi's Cromwell gin as our standard for G+T. Have ordered the 70cl Beefeater 24 from Amazon instead, haven't tried (or heard of) that before :)
Good price for 1L although personally I’d choose a 70CL bottle of Beefeater 24 over this for £1 more (on offer at Amazon currently).
cracking info thanks
Found 4 across two Hampshire Waitrose. Not much stock but they’re happy to check.
Here's another pic of them from the Ocado website which has them for the higher price of £33.33 ...... I'm picking 2 sets up tonight, cheers OP.
Thanks OP! (highfive)
In the 21st century even the single malt is made in Taiwan
Yum yum. Got a bottle a few years back, and very tempted to revisit it at this price!
Excellent malt. Last bottle disappeared rather quickly. Think it was malt of the year a couple of years back. I know it's Taiwan but trust me, this is a cracking dram.
Yes. That's what Taiwanese means.
It's not a big section!
Never noticed toys in Waitrose before!
Morrisons sell 'meaty beef bones', they're also short ribs. £3.30ish per kilo. I cook them in the pressure cooker for 75 mins, take the meat and bones out, cool the stock and skim off the fat then boil down the stock to make bone broth for the dog. I take the lean meat from the bones, shred and freeze it then it's easy to make a quick stew or shredded beef baps. Lush.
Thanks for the comments. Post amended.
Good spot op. Pressure cooker works wonders on these. They fall off the bone after the fat has rendered down. Brown and seal them first though (y)
Beautiful tasting beef for a great price,thanks op. slow & lo that is the tempo
No need to get excited folks... its Short ribs... basically a very bony cut for stewing for a very long time. Just remember to buy a LOT as it's got a lot of bone in proportion to not much meat. A very nice flavour, but NOT Rib of beef the roasting joint - a very different thing!
If you are going to buy it then this deal will help hotukdeals.com/deals/20-john-lewiswaitrose-gift-card-and-bonus-12-week-spectator-subscription-12-3160886. Unless you have to wait for a physical gift card :/
No tried it so cannot comment but it had a huge amount of mud thrown at it after it replaced the much loved (and now quadrupled in price) 16 year old.
40 clams on Amazon so a decent saving at Waitrose Longmorn Distiller’s Choice, 70 cl https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B019QBBU2A/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_Yh2nCbGC45N6J
Big fan of Longmorn usually but not tried this NAS expression.
Can confirm it is stage 2 and onwards. Lady in Waitrose told me it was all formulas but when I scanned 5 bottles of the stage 1 it was still full price
Almost certain it won’t be stage one as there are strict laws in place about advertising and incentivising formula for newborns.
I'll get clarification at lunch time when I go back down there and will let you know @chaz98
Can't be the first stage, only ever seen stage 3 on offer
Ticket says growing up or follow on. Not new born? Maybe it’s just stage 2 and 3?
Thanks so much for making the first comment on my first deal post! (y) The Dark Rye Ryvita I purchased this morning had a sell by date of
Thanks Waterheron. Great deal, heat added. (highfive)
Thanks for taking the time to share your first deal post with the Community @Waterheron :D
Doesn't appear to have been consistent. I only ordered stamps (12 books of 12 2nd class) and they arrived no issue.
I ordered just stamps and got them at the discounted price with no problems
if you ordered just stamps they would have been cancelled. I ordered 8 packs of stamps and a few groceries. I got £22 discount and have been charged that exactly.Plus I paid by Amex, so even if they did charge full, I would have got refunded the difference :)
Still can’t believe the rude pr***s cancelled it without even calling or emailing to tell me!
Order cancelled as well. Customer service agent said she’ll call back after investigating, still waiting after 8 hrs.
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say I quite enjoy the Winter's Gold edition of Dalwhinnie. It's not a 15YO, but I like the added fire and spice that comes from the younger whisky and the choice of some virgin oak they've used, yet it still has a lovely mouth feel. Often on offer somewhere at around £25, and regularly at Costco for a few pence less. Wouldn't recommend putting it in the freezer though, unless you want to calm down the slight fire and make it a bit syrupy, you lose all the apple notes in the process, and are just left with the "pencil shavings"!
Im also going to start posting (time permitting) whiskies at a similar price today that are in my opinion better deals and/or better whiskies. Todays alternatives Tamdhu 10 £26.40 Aberlour 10 £24 Bushmills 10 £27.40
WARNING -...This is a Cardhu Gold deal police alert. The posting of a £25 deal for Cardhu Gold will alert the Cardhu Deal police because. It's nearly ALWAYS £25 somewhere. It has a artificially high RRP that makes £25 seem like a huge discount. It has numerous postings on this site in which comments will tell you it's worth no more than £25 (if you like it) Please search the word "Cardhu" to see how often this gets posted on Hotdeals at £25. As I always say when this gets posted: buy the whisky don't buy the discount. If you like this at £25 .. fine. But if you are a casual buyer i suggest there are better malts out there for this money that don't have a artifical discount on the price label to lure you into a purchase and give you a false impression that you got a deal on it at £25
its always that price. they constantly put a fake price on it and 'drop' it to £25 which is not worth it.
I second the comment on the Dalwhinnie. I bought it, hated it and only use it for maple syrup old fashioned!
The Marketing agency is called Grumpstart perhaps you could start a petition.
Not the udon i eat they aren't.
Is there any company in existance that has a more instantly annoying name that 'waitrose & partners'. Whichever marketing agency came up with that should be shut down.
Vote hot price and healthy ingredients.
A pre-emptive casualty of the inevitable noodle-width tax. Actually, they are fairly representative of typical udon chunkiness.