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Has anyone noticed the change in flavour of this brand of coffee.I have drinking it for at least 30 years,now they have changed the flavour,which is awful.

The labelling seems the same,but if you look carefully,there is a little green oblong with the wording of NEW IMPROVED in it.Also the label says that it is double filter.I think that they have filtered all the flavour out.It also leaves a bitter taste in your mouth,similar to chicory,that lingers in your mouth for ages.

On the complaints site there are lots of unhappy consumers.One person actually had the water board to check her water,thinking that it was the water and not the coffee that was at fault.

I have checked with Sainsbury,Iceland,Morrisons and Tesco,they all say the same thing,"we are not aware that the brand had altered".

So what is Nestle playing at,if this is a money making plan,they will lose out,as the consumers will migrate to other brands.

They changed the flavour of Coca Cola some years ago and sales dropped 20%.They soon brought back the original flavour.

The only comment that I can find from Nestle,is that there is bound to be some negative feed back when we change a brand

As far as I am concerned,it is ........

 

RIP

NESCAFÉ.

 

Regards,John.

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I went off Nescafe Original years ago when they improved it then. I now drink Gold Blend which is far superior to the other one. I only drink it now where there is no other option.

 

Manufacturers seem to think they need to tinker to keep them relevant. Not true. They may have sourced cheaper beans so they haven't 'improved' anything, just changed the recipe.

 

As the old adage goes, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."


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As the old adage goes, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."

 

I'll drink to that :)


 
 

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As the old adage goes, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."

 

I'll drink to that :)

 

 

Yes, I will as well. I don't see the point in keep messing around with products all the time.


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rather have a cup of tea ty


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rather have a cup of tea ty

 

Now that's a different 'kettle' of water (geddit!)

I much prefer PG pyramids but Yorkshire tea is damned good as well.

 

No doubt others will have their favourites.


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