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Cardhu Gold Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70 cl £25.00 @ Amazon

£25.00 @ Amazon
Price matching the supermarkets, now available on amazon for £25.00 delivered. Not worth the Rrp but definitely worth £25.00 Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Price matching the supermarkets, now available on amazon for £25.00 delivered.

Not worth the Rrp but definitely worth £25.00
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#1
How is this a deal, it's the same price as the supermarkets and it's not in stock?
#2
Same price at Tesco, Asda and Morrisons
1 Like #3
Non aged whisky for £25... cold
1 Like #4
Tried this a while back but didn't like it, was quite harsh. Drank at the same time as Highland Park and there was a huge difference in smoothness and taste.
#5
Nice enough, wouldnt say no to a few but personally I'd rather put that £25 to a bottle of Glenmorangie 10.



Edited By: callum84 on Dec 03, 2016 19:48
#6
MattyGr
Tried this a while back but didn't like it, was quite harsh. Drank at the same time as Highland Park and there was a huge difference in smoothness and taste.
Im not surprised there is a huge difference in taste, they are very different.

Island whiskys generally have a more peaty and smokey taste which tends to smooth them out.
Speyside are pretty varied but generally have little peat.

Im guessing you prefer a more peaty or smokey whisky then, have you tried Lagavulin 16?
#7
callum84
MattyGr
Tried this a while back but didn't like it, was quite harsh. Drank at the same time as Highland Park and there was a huge difference in smoothness and taste.
Im not surprised there is a huge difference in taste, they are very different.
Island whiskys generally have a more peaty and smokey taste which tends to smooth them out.
Speyside are pretty varied but generally have little peat.
Im guessing you prefer a more peaty or smokey whisky then, have you tried Lagavulin 16?

Even compared to another Speyside, Glenlivet or Glenmorangie 12 this is quite harsh, although Cardhu 12 is nice.

I'll drink any scotch to be honest, quite like peated ones but prefer a Glenfarclas or Glenlivet 18.
#8
MattyGr
callum84
MattyGr
Tried this a while back but didn't like it, was quite harsh. Drank at the same time as Highland Park and there was a huge difference in smoothness and taste.
Im not surprised there is a huge difference in taste, they are very different.
Island whiskys generally have a more peaty and smokey taste which tends to smooth them out.
Speyside are pretty varied but generally have little peat.
Im guessing you prefer a more peaty or smokey whisky then, have you tried Lagavulin 16?
Even compared to another Speyside, Glenlivet or Glenmorangie 12 this is quite harsh, although Cardhu 12 is nice.
I'll drink any scotch to be honest, quite like peated ones but prefer a Glenfarclas or Glenlivet 18.
Ill give you that mate, it is a little harsh.

Its not something Id buy personally, much better around for £25.

These Diageo drinks with no disclosed age are mostly all overrated and overpriced.

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