le Nez du Café - sensory training tool; who will export?

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le Nez du Café - sensory training tool; who will export?

Postby movingtolondon » Tue Dec 01, 2009 11:52 am

Hi Guys,

Im currently in New Zealand and looking to develop the palate by getting the 36 aroma version of the le Nez du Cafe.

Because the pound is so weak, its actually cheaper fpr me to buy from a UK site than from an Australian or Kiwi, but then the shipping costs provide a massive impediment by being are so exobitant.

so, if anyone is travelling from uk to nz in the near future please let me know!
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RE: le Nez du Café - sensory training tool; who will export?

Postby kingseven » Tue Dec 01, 2009 1:41 pm

Having used the kit a number of times I really can't justify its expense over using the real life equivalent. Potato, peas, blackcurrants etc - the genuine article is a (I think) a much better point of calibration and probably more fun to use.

(Sorry for the rant!)
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RE: le Nez du Café - sensory training tool; who will export?

Postby charmon » Wed Dec 02, 2009 6:54 am

I'm not so sure. If I had all the foods to hand then I would use them but the Nez du Cafe set is a handy alternative. I originally trained on this kit and found it convenient and fun. It is pricey though...
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