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Posted: 18:26 Tue 19-Sep-2006. Price: £3.49 for 4 x 330ml. Location: Sainsbury's, London Finchley Road. Nutritional unusualness: Contains "citrus hops".
"Hso" reports: My dad had a pack at our last BBQ... I think it was 4 or 6 in a pack... don't really remember... it tastes a bit sweeter than regular Fosters, in my opinion.
...Sounds like quite a party! "I work in the pub, [this] has been on sale for 3 weeks", chips in "Lynn" from Springfield, Coppull - soon to be followed, no doubt, by Carlsberg Edge - with "citrus added after brewing to provide a hint of lemon and lime". While, in other "female-friendly" alcohols, "rachael merrall" claims to have tried both "orange and creme caramel" versions of Bailey's Irish Cream and Mint for 12 Euros in Limoges, France, musing: Both mint and creme caramel were nice but I have to say that I prefered the creme caramel one. Just a slight hint of flavour and not as sickly as Bailey's Original - the mint version of which has also been "Noticed in Sainsbury's Hove last night (£12.99)...yummy!" by "Kim Montague", part of Sainsbury's "less than 4 months to go till Christmas" line-up that also includes Grand Marnier After Eight Straws.
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Posted: 19:28 Tue 19-Sep-2006 by "Phillerena"
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Comment: Have seen the Quality Street toffee tins in Woolies for a fiver.
Posted: 00:16 Thu 21-Sep-2006 by "Chester"
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Comment: Tried the new Walkers Baked crisps - eerrghh! Shouldn't be allowed to even be classed as crisps.
Posted: 17:26 Sun 08-Oct-2006 by "Jersey Alcoholic"
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Comment: This won't be in jersey for a long while yet, back to drinking pints...
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