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Nescafe Cappuccino / Mocha / Caramel Latte Sachets 10pk $3.15 @ Coles (P/B Reject Shop or Amazon S&S $2.84)


These sachets are always handy and seem to popular around here at half price.

The Reject Shop has Caramel Latte, Mocha and Cappuccino flavour sachets in stock putting the price down to a very palatable $2.84 (28.4c per coffee!) from $6.30

Link to Reject Shop 10pk
Link to Amazon 10pk

More details here on price match

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  • +1

    $2.84 on Amazon for Subscribe & Save also.

    • Cheers, added to title :)

      • +1

        No need to pay for shipping from Reject Shop, or spend $39, though.

  • I can confirm this coffee flavoured drink tastes like real coffee.

    • -1

      Do you add any milk or just boiling water?

      • This is the only one of these sachets where I don't need to add milk nor sugar, it's good as is.
        Just add boiling water and stir :)

        • I will take your word for it and try it out.

          Your future reputation weighs in the balance on this one comment.

          I hope it sways in your favour.

  • Of the series, I only buy these ones:

    Nescafe Gold Cappuccino Intense Coffee Sachets Strong 8 pack - Link
    Nescafe Gold Cappuccino Original Coffee Sachets Medium 8 pack - Link

    Tried the Nescafe Gold Creme Brulee Latte once, and it was so sickly sweet, I threw the rest away.
    It was like melting a caramel toffee in your coffee.

    My own preference: Add 90% hot water to the mix, stir, then add 10% milk.

    • I prefer the nescafe gold ones too. They used to have a hazelnut mocha (or something similar) when the range was first released, but I wasn't too impressed. I like the two gold cappuccinos, also the hazelnut one from the regular range.

  • Is reject shop price beat a new thing? Never heard of it before

    • Yeah, it's just happened since the revamp.
      If you walk in you'll see their stores are less cluttered, the price signage changed, Tesco products introduced and a few other various changes.

      At this point I'm not even sure what shop it's trying to compete with, possibly Aldi?

      • Hm I wonder if the staff at my local would even know about it.

        • Well considering the first I heard of it was on the loudspeaker/PA system I'm sure they would be trained up to know it?

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