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Canadian store in Aargau!

Found this a few weeks ago while looking for a b'day present for hubby:

www.countryseasons.ch

they import food and drinks from Canada/USA, and you don't pay as much as elsewhere (though a bottle of beer is still around 3.60).

As far as I know they are the only ones to import Kokanee Glacier beer and they have a selection of Canadian wines as well.

Worth a try!
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Mountain Dew and Cherry Coke Zero!!! Thanks for sharing this!
AND vanilla coke zero!
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Maple butter!!!!!
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Ahorn Sirup/ Maple Syrup - right.. time to go shopping this weekend , i'm making pancakes
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Old 10.02.2011, 16:25
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I got so excited that I went into the fridge for a sip of maple sirop! Miam miam!
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Re: Canadian store in Aargau!

just as FYI.. the guy that runs this makes occasional deliveries to the GE/Nyon area.
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(... and he gets a 10% discount on Air Canada trips if anyone feels like going home for less..)
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Found this a few weeks ago while looking for a b'day present for hubby:

www.countryseasons.ch

they import food and drinks from Canada/USA, and you don't pay as much as elsewhere (though a bottle of beer is still around 3.60).

As far as I know they are the only ones to import Kokanee Glacier beer and they have a selection of Canadian wines as well.

Worth a try!
Any Blue Light ?
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Found this a few weeks ago while looking for a b'day present for hubby:

www.countryseasons.ch

they import food and drinks from Canada/USA, and you don't pay as much as elsewhere (though a bottle of beer is still around 3.60).

As far as I know they are the only ones to import Kokanee Glacier beer and they have a selection of Canadian wines as well.

Worth a try!

Ooooh! Sweet relish and Busch's baked beans

Import prices still a bit steep but for occasional thing, like having a properly "dressed" hot dog when bbq season comes around, perhaps it will be alright.
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Found this a few weeks ago while looking for a b'day present for hubby:

www.countryseasons.ch

they import food and drinks from Canada/USA, and you don't pay as much as elsewhere (though a bottle of beer is still around 3.60).

As far as I know they are the only ones to import Kokanee Glacier beer and they have a selection of Canadian wines as well.

Worth a try!
Quite interesting things they have on offer !

But the prices of their wines are astronomical
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Re: Canadian store in Aargau!

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Found this a few weeks ago while looking for a b'day present for hubby:

www.countryseasons.ch

they import food and drinks from Canada/USA, and you don't pay as much as elsewhere (though a bottle of beer is still around 3.60).

As far as I know they are the only ones to import Kokanee Glacier beer and they have a selection of Canadian wines as well.

Worth a try!
OMG! So nice!! Have been long looking for a way to import some Sleeman's Honey Lager! Thank you so much!
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