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sweeten16#1
online aswell
CamoChris#2
Cheapest I've seen a litre bottle!

Tesco did the 1 Litre bottle for £20 a few months back.
toonarmani#3
CamoChris
Tesco did the 1 Litre bottle for £20 a few months back.

now .. where's the deal for that time machine...............?

if ever there was a prize for a pointless comment - you'd win :p
satan666wayne#4
CamoChris
Cheapest I've seen a litre bottle!

Tesco did the 1 Litre bottle for £20 a few months back.


It was much cheaper than £20 in 1983.
CamoChris#5
toonarmani
CamoChris
Tesco did the 1 Litre bottle for £20 a few months back.


now .. where's the deal for that time machine...............?

if ever there was a prize for a pointless comment - you'd win :p

I was just pointing out that the OP had said it was the cheapest he'd seen a 1L bottle, and I remembered it being £20. How is that pointless? I wouldn't be surprised if Tesco or Asda repeated the deal in the run up to Christmas.

Edited By: CamoChris on Sep 17, 2010 14:40: spelling
Lakeside#6
toonarmani
if ever there was a prize for a pointless comment - you'd win :p
Blimey I see 10 far more pointless comments than that on here every single day, you should concentrate more!
kidblast#7
Jack Daniels buyers are like Apple fanboys. You buy the brand not the product. Numerous occasions at festivals and parties I have premixed supermarket branded bourbon with coke and served it to Jack Daniels drinkers telling them it was Jack and they have never questioned it.

Do yourself a favour and save your money and get more for your pound. £22 and you get nearly 1.5 litres.

And if your a genuine whisky drinker and drink it straight like champ and appreciate quality then you can spend just £19 on a genuine Scottish single malt Highland whisky that has been aged for 12 years and not some 4 year old aged yank gimmick like Jack Daniels.

Edited By: kidblast on Sep 17, 2010 15:49: Fixed link
moz123#8
kidblast
Jack Daniels buyers are like Apple fanboys. You buy the brand not the product. Numerous occasions at festivals and parties I have premixed supermarket branded bourbon with coke and served it to Jack Daniels drinkers telling them it was Jack and they have never questioned it.

Do yourself a favour and save your money and get more for your pound. £22 and you get nearly 1.5 litres.

And if your a genuine whisky drinker and drink it straight like champ and appreciate quality then you can spend just £19 on a genuine Scottish single malt Highland whisky that has been aged for 12 years and not some 4 year old aged yank gimmick like Jack Daniels.


well said. this is hot price for 1l jd bottle.
Drake111#9
CamoChris
toonarmani
CamoChris
Tesco did the 1 Litre bottle for £20 a few months back.


now .. where's the deal for that time machine...............?

if ever there was a prize for a pointless comment - you'd win :p

I was just pointing out that the OP had said it was the cheapest he'd seen a 1L bottle, and I remembered it being £20. How is that pointless? I wouldn't be surprised if Tesco or Asda repeated the deal in the run up to Christmas.


Cheapest I've seen it around as in recently, not from when I was born till now, jesus use your head..

kidblast
Jack Daniels buyers are like Apple fanboys. You buy the brand not the product. Numerous occasions at festivals and parties I have premixed supermarket branded bourbon with coke and served it to Jack Daniels drinkers telling them it was Jack and they have never questioned it.

Do yourself a favour and save your money and get more for your pound. £22 and you get nearly 1.5 litres.

And if your a genuine whisky drinker and drink it straight like champ and appreciate quality then you can spend just £19 on a genuine Scottish single malt Highland whisky that has been aged for 12 years and not some 4 year old aged yank gimmick like Jack Daniels.


Hi the deal is for Jack Daniels, not some spunk un-named supermarket stuff. If you want to buy another type of bourbon or whisky then do it. This deal if for JD, if you see a deal for other types then get posting. Otherwise save yourself £22 and go buy a box of tissues.

As for myself, I love whiskey, but for parties and general social occasions I would choose to add a mixer and I'm not about to waste a 12+ year whisky by mixing it with coke. So in comes Jack.And to top it off it's great for cocktails (ever tried the lynchburg lemmonade? It's mint!).

Just because someones opinions differs from yours doesnt mean it's wrong... It is an opinion after all ;).

Edited By: Drake111 on Sep 18, 2010 15:16: spelling mistake
CamoChris#10
Drake111
CamoChris
toonarmani
CamoChris
Tesco did the 1 Litre bottle for £20 a few months back.


now .. where's the deal for that time machine...............?

if ever there was a prize for a pointless comment - you'd win :p

I was just pointing out that the OP had said it was the cheapest he'd seen a 1L bottle, and I remembered it being £20. How is that pointless? I wouldn't be surprised if Tesco or Asda repeated the deal in the run up to Christmas.

Cheapest I've seen it around as in recently, not from when I was born till now, jesus use your head..

God, people jump on you on here for even the most innocuous remark. I didn't even comment on the deal itself, just on your description. Did I say I'd voted it cold and it was a rubbish deal? No. In fact I voted it hot. Your remark about it being the cheapest you'd seen was very ambiguous, and could quite easily be taken as meaning the cheapest you'd ever seen. The Tesco deal wasn't that long ago, it was in June I think. To me, 3 months ago is quite recent, but obviously not to others.
Honestly, I think this price is pretty average, it's probably the cheapest you can get a 1L bottle right now, which is why I voted hot, but the 70cl bottles are on offer quite often, and often offer a better price per litre than this. Case in point: This deal from Co-op, from a couple of days ago. £15.63 for 70cl works out as £22.33 a litre. It's only 54p difference but if your looking to get the most JD for you money then it's a better deal, unless you have to have a 1L bottle for some reason.
Drake111#11
Well a few months back tescos were doing a 2x 70cl for £22 quid, but it being in the past doesnt help anyone does it?

Yeah fair enough about the co-op deal but you would need to spend just over 30 quid to beat the £22.87, where as with this you only need to spend the £22.87.

I can see where you're coming from but to assume it's the cheapest I've ever seen isnt that clever. (Assumptions are the mother of all f**k ups ;) )
1900al#12
Bought! Love JD.

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