Wass Noz? Lidl do one for 1.12 E and Auchan 1.04E and Carrefour do one for 99 cents. Add a bit of Kir if wanted - cheap as chips.
Cafe de Paris is a slightly more upmarket fizz but is terribly expensive at 2 euros. Last week Goudale was on offer in Auchan in 25cl bottles at price per litre cheaper than the 75cl bottles so I stocked up.
Now the offer has finished it is much more expensive per litre.
We are visiting UK later in the month not sure if I will be able to afford to drink. My brother has got some tickets to see Little Johnny England and I guess we will have to get a fix of Steve Gibbons.
I slosh any old cordial or liquor into the base of the sparklies must look for these cheaper ones , best buy we ever had was some russian champagne 50 c a bottle !!!!!!!! we filled the boot LOL . Are you flying or driving to blighty ?? Noz is an end of series shop sells anything , we have noz, stock and stock americain
No Noz down here. We do have Destocks that sells bankrupt stock 3 or four times a year. Flying to blighty - stepson paid and is supplying a motor for use. I reckon he couldn't find a baby sitter.
I don't mind the cheap fizz very cold and by itself and treat it like cider. I find French ciders too sweet and low alcohol. I am drinking the Lidl one now called Alliance it's only 10.5% but good value.
99c booze.....? mostly tomorrow you will be have a migraine
wife is right off potatoes atm and I suspect beans would love some good Mexican bean dinner with spuds. Love the sauces the most the kick of the chilli and the smooth guacamole I remember topping most meals.
I have no probs with 99 cent fizz - if I did get a migraine it would be daily with my consumption...
. I don't do peppers they repeat on me and I find avacados to fatty - but I lurve chilli and beans and thick tomato sauces. My wifey goes bonkers 'cos I don't do peppers she loves them. I am a leak and onions persons.
We have an avacado tree that we grew from a stone it is over six feet tall and starting to branch out. The wifelet loves avocadoes.
The happiness of life is made up of minute fractions—the little soon-forgotten charities of a kiss, a smile, a kind look, a heartfelt compliment in the disguise of a playful raillery, and the countless other infinitessimals of pleasurable thought and genial feeling. – Samuel Taylor Coleridge