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Honestly, Twinings and Lipton are the biggest tea brands here. If you want Yorkshire Tea (I'm sure they have it somewhere but I haven't found it yet and it probably will be more expensive) bring you own...and bring me a box. I miss its "umph".

We live in a city where there's a coffee shop on each corner. I think you'll be fine for milk and tea
Lulu Barsha has Yorkshire Tea.
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i can't find a Womble.
Have you tried Wimbledon common?

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Honestly, Twinings and Lipton are the biggest tea brands here. If you want Yorkshire Tea (I'm sure they have it somewhere but I haven't found it yet and it probably will be more expensive) bring you own...and bring me a box. I miss its "umph".

We live in a city where there's a coffee shop on each corner. I think you'll be fine for milk and tea
I like dilmah, but tetleys etc available

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Have you tried Wimbledon common?
Couldn't find one in Bulgaria, either.....
Ideally wanted to find one here, to save me the flight...!

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Couldn't find one in Bulgaria, either.....
Ideally wanted to find one here, to save me the flight...!
Have you checked with Mike Batt? Apparently underground is the place to look.......

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Just the normal Haribo Star mix?
Aswaaq at the edge of Knowledge Village had it and several other Haribo candies.

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Sriracha sauce
Good Vietnamese food
Triscuit crackers (especially rosemary olive oil flavor)
Craft Beer/Microbrew beers (some at Barracuda)
Bourbon whiskey (other than Jim Beam and Makers Mark)
Good salsa
Hops and barley (for homebrew)
Peanut Butter M&M's
Pretzel M&M's

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the little plastic hooks (usually green) you can use to hang baubles on a christmas tree. Carrefour/spinneys/ace don't know what they are. Far less tedious than tying them on with string.
We found the normal metal hooks at the MoE Carrefour in their big Christmas display.

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We found the normal metal hooks at the MoE Carrefour in their big Christmas display.
Spinneys in Mercato had them last Christmas in their display. They sold out pretty quick.

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Sriracha sauce
Good Vietnamese food
Triscuit crackers (especially rosemary olive oil flavor)
Craft Beer/Microbrew beers (some at Barracuda)
Bourbon whiskey (other than Jim Beam and Makers Mark)
Good salsa
Hops and barley (for homebrew)
Peanut Butter M&M's
Pretzel M&M's
Sriracha - Daily Gourmet on JBR (Plaza level) and Dean's Fujiya near Lamcy Plaza
Triscuit - Choithrams (Umm Suqeim) or Park 'n Shop (US / DIP) / Safestway
Good Salsa - Daily Gourmet / Park 'n Shop / Milk and Honey
Peanut Butter/ Pretzel M&M's - Park 'n Shop (DIP)

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