Nescafe Cappuccino Unsweetened Taste Reviews
Product Type: Nestlé Coffee
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Nescafe CafÃ© Menu Cappuccino Unsweetened Taste Cup 17 g (Pack of ...
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Last Update 21.05.2013 22:59
by - written on 18/10/12 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I regularly buy sachets of hot drinks to keep in my desk drawer at work. I normally buy the Options hot chocolate sachets, and occasionally I buy the Nescafe Skinny Latte sachets, however I've recently been finding the Nescafe Skinny Latte sachets to be too sweet and so I decided to give the Nescafe Skinny Cappuccino sachets a try this time instead. My coffee of choice in a coffee shop would be a skinny latte or a skinny cappuccino, now I wasn't under any illusions that these sachets would taste anywhere near as good as a real cappuccino, but they were on offer in Sainsburys reduced from £2.99 to £2.00 for a box of 10 sachets and so I decided to give them a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/10 (Very useful, 99 readings)
I recently bought this instant cappuccino from Morrison's as part of a BOGOF offer. As I have recently been recuperating from an operation, these seemed to be a convenient way to bring a bit of instant Italy into my living room. Appearance and Taste ****************** There is a satisfying profusion and density of frothy bubbles created by decanting and stirring the hot water. However, the coffee beneath seemed a little bitter for my taste. I can usually drink cappuccino with little or no sugar, but I needed to deposit two teaspoonsful here. Once modified to taste the drink is quite pleasant. Another nice touch is the small plastic capsule of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/10 (Very useful, 105 readings)
After my first essential drink of tea first thing in the morning I then stick to coffee for the rest of the day but recently have got a liitle bored with my usual Gold Blend. Whilst browsing around our local Tesco Express I was pleased to see that Nescafe Cappuccino was on offer for £1.25 instead of the usual RRP of £2.50 (at 24/5). The box looked very tempting not only because of the cup of frothy coffee on the front but also because it stated there were 10 sachets included plus the contents & nutritional values, directions etc were clearly marked. It also states clearly that these are 'unsweetened taste' which is great for me as I hate sugar in my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Necafe is a well trusted and recognised brand for coffee and I think all of it's products are of exceptional quality. The cappucino sachets are no exception. Varieties= 10 packs can be bought in decaffeinated, original and unsweetened versions. I have seen a 20 pack of original cappucinos too, and also they do tubs of the stuff which claim to make 40 cups worth. All versions pretty much taste the same to me, I put 2 sugars in whichever variety I choose so I tend to buy any that are on offer although I prefer to go for the decaffeinated option simply because of cutting down caffeine intake. The 10 packs are about £2.50, sometimes they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/09 (Very useful, 127 readings)
Sometimes it's nice to nip into Starbucks for a Grande Latte, but for those of us who are feeling the credit crunch, we have no alternative but to sacrifice our overpriced dose of caffeine and stay at home instead. Usually, Nescafe Gold blend is my poison. But I have stepped outside of my comfort zone and gone for the Cappucino version. I opted for Nescafe Cafe Menu Cappuccino (unsweetened.) Like most instant coffees, all you need to do is add hot water and you're in coffee-bean bliss. I liked the fact that the Cappucino had an authentic coffee-shop look- a lovely, thick froth, as opposed to the thin layer of bubbles that most boxed Cappuccinos ... Read the complete review
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