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Unread 01-09-2012, 15:57   #1
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Talking Important change to catering

As a Corkman I am very pleased to note that Barry's tea is now being served by Railgourmet on IÉ services.
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Unread 01-09-2012, 17:46   #2
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As a Corkman I am very pleased to note that Barry's tea is now being served by Railgourmet on IÉ services.
Proper order!
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As a Corkman I am very pleased to note that Barry's tea is now being served by Railgourmet on IÉ services.
dacent. Had to stock up while at home as 3x more expensive here
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Unread 02-09-2012, 08:24   #4
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Plus add to Barry's tea bags cheapest possible poor quality paper cups. Previous hot drinks were more decents IMHO
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Maybe IE could consider selling branded travel cups?
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[Tumbleweed] I've never tried Barry's tea before. Does he make a good cuppa? Where can he be found? [/tumbleweed]
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Maybe IE could consider selling branded travel cups?
They do give them away from time to time. I have a Docklands branded one in green and I'm told there is a blue Adamstown one

While Barrys is a good move from the UK stuff they were selling, only a matter of time before someone starts asking for Lyons
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They do give them away from time to time. I have a Docklands branded one in green and I'm told there is a blue Adamstown one

While Barrys is a good move from the UK stuff they were selling, only a matter of time before someone starts asking for Lyons
I have a nice black Hazelhatch and Celbridge. Damn useful!
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They do give them away from time to time. I have a Docklands branded one in green and I'm told there is a blue Adamstown one

While Barrys is a good move from the UK stuff they were selling, only a matter of time before someone starts asking for Lyons
I have that Docklands some as well!

I also have one from what was phoenix park station.
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