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Aberlour 12 year old single malt whisky £22.00 delivered @ Amazon

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#1
Excellent deal
#2
Bought one of these a year or so ago and discovered (before opening mine) that I don't like it. Other than giving it away as a gift, is there any way to sell a bottle of whisky legally?
#3
paul_merton
Bought one of these a year or so ago and discovered (before opening mine) that I don't like it. Other than giving it away as a gift, is there any way to sell a bottle of whisky legally?

I can't imagine anyone wanting to risk buying an open bottle of drink. Give it to family.
#4
g8spur
paul_merton
Bought one of these a year or so ago and discovered (before opening mine) that I don't like it. Other than giving it away as a gift, is there any way to sell a bottle of whisky legally?
I can't imagine anyone wanting to risk buying an open bottle of drink. Give it to family.
It's not open.
#5
Hey OP,

Have some heat, bought for a friend.

Cheers :)
#6
paul_merton
g8spur
paul_merton
Bought one of these a year or so ago and discovered (before opening mine) that I don't like it. Other than giving it away as a gift, is there any way to sell a bottle of whisky legally?
I can't imagine anyone wanting to risk buying an open bottle of drink. Give it to family.
It's not open.

Sorry didn't read that bit.
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paul_merton
Bought one of these a year or so ago and discovered (before opening mine) that I don't like it. Other than giving it away as a gift, is there any way to sell a bottle of whisky legally?

There is a whisky buy/sell/trade group on Facebook, but it's not very active. There's also a few Scotch Whisky forums which have sub-forums for buying/selling, but with a standard whisky like this you're going to struggle to get any decent price for it, especially when you factor the hefty postage. Personally I'd sell/swap it locally with a friend.
#8
Is this any good? I've read some reviews and they say its harsh, and others say its really smooth, its non peaty which I like but not wanting a harsh whisky. The smoothest I've tasted to date is the 12yr old Hibiki which is a rare or expensive find these days, so far haven't managed to find something under the £50 mark which matches the Hibiki for a smooth taste - have yet to try the Harmony. Havent tasted Aberlour 12 yet
#9
Pj12
Is this any good? I've read some reviews and they say its harsh, and others say its really smooth, its non peaty which I like but not wanting a harsh whisky. The smoothest I've tasted to date is the 12yr old Hibiki which is a rare or expensive find these days, so far haven't managed to find something under the £50 mark which matches the Hibiki for a smooth taste - have yet to try the Harmony. Havent tasted Aberlour 12 yet

It's OK but nothing 'special'. Better than Aberlour 10 by quite a bit which I find harsh.

I suppose it would depend on what your definition of harsh is but I'd recommend Glenlivet 15 as being pretty decent and often around £35. Also Aberfeldy 12, which is quite sweet.
#10
Pj12
Is this any good? I've read some reviews and they say its harsh, and others say its really smooth, its non peaty which I like but not wanting a harsh whisky. The smoothest I've tasted to date is the 12yr old Hibiki which is a rare or expensive find these days, so far haven't managed to find something under the £50 mark which matches the Hibiki for a smooth taste - have yet to try the Harmony. Havent tasted Aberlour 12 yet


You can't really go wrong for £22. Very sherry cask influenced. A real Xmas whisky. Ralfy recently did a spot on review on YouTube, you check it out.
#11
IMO the one stand out flavor of this is red Apple it wasn't particularly smooth but not fire water either, its down the middle in that regards. I had some 2 nights ago so the flavor is quite fresh in my mind. take that as you will, everyone's tastes are different, I liked it and would buy again at the right price.
#12
darn played and posted £24 for this yesterday. serious heat at £22. lovely dram

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