Hello everybody,I believe I am not the only missing Bramley cooking apples here in Spain, (yes, there is Reinetta and othe local cooking varities, however we all know that they are not nearly as good as Bramleys).After couple of years of bringing them in limited quanitites in personal luggage on return flights from UK, I've finally decided to give a parcel delivery a try. I am going to do a test batch of 3-4 kilos parcel delivered from UK to Madrid sometime soon.In case of a succesfull and smooth delivery, would someone be interested in collaborating and chipping in later on for a bigger parcel (say 10-15 kilos)? Apples to be bought in Tesco and or Sainsburys, final cost split accordingly with all receipts etc.In case of an indication of at least some demand we can arrange something on a regular basis, say trimestral e.t.c.Please share your thoughts.
Hi all,Thought I would share this on here for anyone that doesn't already know. There is a shop called "DEALZ" in Madrid (and maybe elswhere) that is the same company as Poundland in the UK. I know of at least 2 stores in Madrid, one a short walk from Goya metro, and one near Tetuan/Bernabeu Stadium area ... Google will give you the exact locations.Everything in the store is €1.50, and the majority of the food items are English. I went in there the other day and, amongst many other things, found: Salad Cream, Wagon Wheels, McCoys Crisps, Hula Hoops, Iron Bru, Ribena, Dr. Pepper, Double Deckers, Baked Beans with Pork Sausages & lots more. All for $1.50 (in the case of drinks and beans, it's usually 2 for $1.50).Well worth a visit if you're missing some of the U.K. specific food :)Cheers, Ori