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To support "Help for Heroes" 80 Spar stores will be selling NAAFI tea.

50p from the sale of each pack will go towards "Help for Heroes"

Apparently the 80 Spar stores that will be rolling this out are all in the North of England, so could everyone up there please ensure they sell out quick, so they realise that some of us Softy Southerners would like it offered down here too.



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I hope they put some of that army-issue Bromide in yours;)
 

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Have you missed my rank? Wing Commander. I'm in the officers' mess not with you conscripts:angel8:
 

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Have you missed my rank? Wing Commander. I'm in the officers' mess not with you convicts:angel8:
Corrected it for you.:D
 
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We would put 5 or 6 1/4lb packets NAAFI tea in a 3 gallon dixie full of boiling water. Add 2 1lb bags of sugar and 3 or 4 tins of condensed milk and bring back to the boil. Memories of happy days on the ranges. Oh yeh and Kit-Kats all round.
 

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I can't beleive anyone is mad enough to actually pay for the stuff. Only time I drank "Range Stew" was if there was noting else hot available....Put me off tea for life :blah5::toothy7::blah5:
 
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Naafi tea is quite a unique blend and actually quite nice, the only thing I never liked about it is that on excercises it came nato style and sugar in tea makes me go - :puke: :puke: :puke:
 

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Naafi tea is quite a unique blend and actually quite nice, the only thing I never liked about it is that on excercises it came nato style and sugar in tea makes me go - :puke: :puke: :puke:
I also had that problem but thought it was due to the condensed milk,
Naafi Tea with normal milk is as good as any other.
 

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Must just be me then...although I think the cooks putting the stuff into a Norgie at breakfast but it only getting to the range at midday probably had something to do with it. Stewwed just didn't discribe it...probably my penance for working on ranges most days and not haing to live in muddy holes on exercise :D
 
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