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Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Sour Mash Tennessee Whiskey (1L) (40% ABV) was £30.00 now £20.00 @ Sainsbury's

£20.00 @ Sainsbury's
These deals end on Tuesday 1st November Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Sour Mash Tennessee Whiskey (1L) (40% ABV) was £30.00 now £20.00 Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey Whiskey (1L) Alcohol by volume: 35… Read More
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Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Sour Mash Tennessee Whiskey (1L) (40% ABV) was £30.00 now £20.00

Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey Whiskey (1L) Alcohol by volume: 35% was £30.00 now £20.00

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Imagine if anyone really cared whether it was bourbon or whisky X)


Edited By: simjambra on Oct 18, 2016 21:58
8 Likes
Most over rated whiskey on the market. Also It's Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon.
8 Likes
hatton420
Most over rated whiskey on the market. Also It's Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon.


"Jack Daniels meets the US Federal Laws in order for it to be called a bourbon whiskey."

This was said by Robert, who ever the F he is.

This is my favourite Sour Mash. Over priced or not, If I like it, I'll buy it

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1 Like #1
Good price - seems to do this a few times a year when I stock up. Normally goes to £15 per 70cl at Christmas, but this is a great price for 1l.
Heat from me.
2 Likes #2
same price for the honey as well £20 for 1 ltr
1 Like #3
Good price for a litre, but there are much better bourbons for about the same money.
8 Likes #4
Most over rated whiskey on the market. Also It's Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon.
8 Likes #5
hatton420
Most over rated whiskey on the market. Also It's Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon.


"Jack Daniels meets the US Federal Laws in order for it to be called a bourbon whiskey."

This was said by Robert, who ever the F he is.

This is my favourite Sour Mash. Over priced or not, If I like it, I'll buy it
#6
Thanks OP
#7
At this price I will be investing! Thanks very much.
1 Like #8
Krooner
Good price for a litre, but there are much better bourbons for about the same money.

Examples please??
2 Likes #9
hatton420
Also It's Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon.

Come on man, it's a bourbon. Everyone knows it's a bourbon, don't be silly.
1 Like #10
MattyGr
Krooner
Good price for a litre, but there are much better bourbons for about the same money.
Examples please??

Well, the Buffalo Trace was around £17 in Morrisons at the beginning of the month for one.

Edited By: Krooner on Oct 18, 2016 16:25
#11
Yes! I was going to order some from Asda for £25 but I'm glad I waited. Not had any of this stuff for over 3 months! HOT!
1 Like #12
Will wait till Friday and get some from Tesco with the price match and staff double discount :D
4 Likes #13
hatton420
Most over rated whiskey on the market. Also It's Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon.

This guy......
#14
Top banana fair play
#15
Lidls used to do a decent cheap sour mash whisky (Western Gold I think it was called). Dont know if they still sell it but once added with Coke you couldn't tell it apart from JD. Anyways voted hot for this deal as I'll be stocking up :)

Edited By: jimborae on Oct 18, 2016 17:01
1 Like #16
Krooner
MattyGr
Krooner
Good price for a litre, but there are much better bourbons for about the same money.
Examples please??
Well, the Buffalo Trace was around £17 in Morrisons at the beginning of the month for one.

£18 in Morrison's , this JD deal is £14 in comparison (price per 70cl) so I'd rate this as a better deal.
1 Like #17
krisward7955
hatton420
Most over rated whiskey on the market. Also It's Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon.


"Jack Daniels meets the US Federal Laws in order for it to be called a bourbon whiskey."

This was said by Robert, who ever the F he is.

This is my favourite Sour Mash. Over priced or not, If I like it, I'll buy it


Bourbon comes from Bourbon County in Kentucky. This is Tennessee whiskey which is why nothing sold by JD has the word 'bourbon' on it.
#18
AlfHuckam
krisward7955
hatton420
Most over rated whiskey on the market. Also It's Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon.


"Jack Daniels meets the US Federal Laws in order for it to be called a bourbon whiskey."

This was said by Robert, who ever the F he is.

This is my favourite Sour Mash. Over priced or not, If I like it, I'll buy it


Bourbon comes from Bourbon County in Kentucky. This is Tennessee whiskey which is why nothing sold by JD has the word 'bourbon' on it.


Correct.
#19
jimborae
Lidls used to do a decent cheap sour mash whisky (Western Gold I think it was called). Dont know if they still sell it but once added with Coke you couldn't tell it apart from JD. Anyways voted hot for this deal as I'll be stocking up :)


I can tell the difference, and I'm sure a lot of JD drinkers can. But lidls own was pretty good still.
#20
AlfHuckam
krisward7955
hatton420
Most over rated whiskey on the market. Also It's Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon.
"Jack Daniels meets the US Federal Laws in order for it to be called a bourbon whiskey."
This was said by Robert, who ever the F he is.
This is my favourite Sour Mash. Over priced or not, If I like it, I'll buy it
Bourbon comes from Bourbon County in Kentucky. This is Tennessee whiskey which is why nothing sold by JD has the word 'bourbon' on it.

No it doesn't. bourbon county is dry. There are no distillery's there. You're not far off the reason though...

The only state that can be associated with bourbon is Kentucky. you can't have a Tennessee Bourbon or a Mississippi Bourbon. Tennessee wanted there own drink and "Tennessee Whiskey" was born. It's legally classified as a bourbon. It drinks like a bourbon. It crosses state lines as a "bourbon"... It's a bourbon.

MattyGr
Krooner
MattyGr
Krooner
Good price for a litre, but there are much better bourbons for about the same money.
Examples please??
Well, the Buffalo Trace was around £17 in Morrisons at the beginning of the month for one.
£18 in Morrison's , this JD deal is £14 in comparison (price per 70cl) so I'd rate this as a better deal.

No argument it's a good deal, I'm just saying that you can find a nicer drink for about the same price if you want.

Edited By: Krooner on Oct 18, 2016 17:27
#21
Krooner
AlfHuckam
krisward7955
hatton420
Most over rated whiskey on the market. Also It's Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon.
"Jack Daniels meets the US Federal Laws in order for it to be called a bourbon whiskey."
This was said by Robert, who ever the F he is.
This is my favourite Sour Mash. Over priced or not, If I like it, I'll buy it
Bourbon comes from Bourbon County in Kentucky. This is Tennessee whiskey which is why nothing sold by JD has the word 'bourbon' on it.
No it doesn't. bourbon county is dry. There are no distillery's there. You're not far off the reason though...
The only state that can be associated with bourbon is Kentucky. you can't have a Tennessee Bourbon or a Mississippi Bourbon. Tennessee wanted there own drink and "Tennessee Whiskey" was born. It's legally classified as a bourbon. It drinks like a bourbon. It crosses state lines as a "bourbon"... It's a bourbon.
MattyGr
Krooner
MattyGr
Krooner
Good price for a litre, but there are much better bourbons for about the same money.
Examples please??
Well, the Buffalo Trace was around £17 in Morrisons at the beginning of the month for one.
£18 in Morrison's , this JD deal is £14 in comparison (price per 70cl) so I'd rate this as a better deal.
No argument it's a good deal, I'm just saying that you can find a nicer drink for about the same price if you want.

Not fussed on Buffalo Trace, tried it but didn't have much taste. However always grab JB Devils cut or Bulleit when they occasionally drop to £16.
#22
what's the sour mash like?
#23
MattyGr
Krooner
AlfHuckam
krisward7955
hatton420
Most over rated whiskey on the market. Also It's Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon.
"Jack Daniels meets the US Federal Laws in order for it to be called a bourbon whiskey."
This was said by Robert, who ever the F he is.
This is my favourite Sour Mash. Over priced or not, If I like it, I'll buy it
Bourbon comes from Bourbon County in Kentucky. This is Tennessee whiskey which is why nothing sold by JD has the word 'bourbon' on it.
No it doesn't. bourbon county is dry. There are no distillery's there. You're not far off the reason though...
The only state that can be associated with bourbon is Kentucky. you can't have a Tennessee Bourbon or a Mississippi Bourbon. Tennessee wanted there own drink and "Tennessee Whiskey" was born. It's legally classified as a bourbon. It drinks like a bourbon. It crosses state lines as a "bourbon"... It's a bourbon.
MattyGr
Krooner
MattyGr
Krooner
Good price for a litre, but there are much better bourbons for about the same money.
Examples please??
Well, the Buffalo Trace was around £17 in Morrisons at the beginning of the month for one.
£18 in Morrison's , this JD deal is £14 in comparison (price per 70cl) so I'd rate this as a better deal.
No argument it's a good deal, I'm just saying that you can find a nicer drink for about the same price if you want.
Not fussed on Buffalo Trace, tried it but didn't have much taste. However always grab JB Devils cut or Bulleit when they occasionally drop to £16.

I do like Bulleit. Used to be £15 for 70cl regularly, but seems to be creeping up in price lately.
#24
kaykayrocks
what's the sour mash like?


Sour mash just means it uses a kicker from the last batch. So each batch tasted the same.
#25
Krooner
MattyGr
Krooner
AlfHuckam
krisward7955
hatton420
Most over rated whiskey on the market. Also It's Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon.
"Jack Daniels meets the US Federal Laws in order for it to be called a bourbon whiskey."
This was said by Robert, who ever the F he is.
This is my favourite Sour Mash. Over priced or not, If I like it, I'll buy it
Bourbon comes from Bourbon County in Kentucky. This is Tennessee whiskey which is why nothing sold by JD has the word 'bourbon' on it.
No it doesn't. bourbon county is dry. There are no distillery's there. You're not far off the reason though...
The only state that can be associated with bourbon is Kentucky. you can't have a Tennessee Bourbon or a Mississippi Bourbon. Tennessee wanted there own drink and "Tennessee Whiskey" was born. It's legally classified as a bourbon. It drinks like a bourbon. It crosses state lines as a "bourbon"... It's a bourbon.
MattyGr
Krooner
MattyGr
Krooner
Good price for a litre, but there are much better bourbons for about the same money.
Examples please??
Well, the Buffalo Trace was around £17 in Morrisons at the beginning of the month for one.
£18 in Morrison's , this JD deal is £14 in comparison (price per 70cl) so I'd rate this as a better deal.
No argument it's a good deal, I'm just saying that you can find a nicer drink for about the same price if you want.
Not fussed on Buffalo Trace, tried it but didn't have much taste. However always grab JB Devils cut or Bulleit when they occasionally drop to £16.

I do like Bulleit. Used to be £15 for 70cl regularly, but seems to be creeping up in price lately.


Il try some of that when the JD runs out
#26
Krooner
hatton420
Also It's Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon.
Come on man, it's a bourbon. Everyone knows it's a bourbon, don't be silly.

Then you and everyone need to do some simple research.
#27
or wild turkey from Morrison's at the moment but it does work out at £21.50 a Lt
1 Like #28
hatton420
Krooner
hatton420
Also It's Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon.
Come on man, it's a bourbon. Everyone knows it's a bourbon, don't be silly.
Then you and everyone need to do some simple research.

You need to stop believing everything some marketing department tells you.
#29
hatton420
Most over rated whiskey on the market. Also It's Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon.


Agree its overrated but a 1L for £20 is not too shabby. Knob Creek is the one I go for. Voted hot.
#30
this is no better than famous grouse get woodford instead £25 in asda
1 Like #31
jimborae
Lidls used to do a decent cheap sour mash whisky (Western Gold I think it was called). Dont know if they still sell it but once added with Coke you couldn't tell it apart from JD. Anyways voted hot for this deal as I'll be stocking up :)
Agreed! I heard of it a while ago when it was winning countless awards in the good ole US of A. Tried it for the first time last week whilst in Cyprus. At just under €9 a bottle it was rude not to. I am very much a fan of JD, but I must admit, it tastes very similar, if not better! Anyway, £20 for a litre ain't bad, especially for honey.....yum! Heat!

Edited By: mhorton1983 on Oct 18, 2016 19:51
#32
Hot :):)
#33
Just been to Sainsburys in Coventry and It is £23 not £20. Same goes for the Honey.
#34
£18 ltr in the sainsburys near me today!
1 Like #35
I still have stock from when Morrissons were selling 1L for £15
#36
Does it works with new account codes?
#37
Bide your time and Morrisons will have it for £15 before too long along with deals on chocolate tubs, Baileys and boxes of beer.
1 Like #38
Krooner
MattyGr
Krooner
Good price for a litre, but there are much better bourbons for about the same money.
Examples please??
Well, the Buffalo Trace was around £17 in Morrisons at the beginning of the month for one.

Bulliet Bourbon was £17 delivered on Amazon not too long ago.
#39
This is £23 a litre in York (not £20).
#40
MattyGr
Krooner
AlfHuckam
krisward7955
hatton420
Most over rated whiskey on the market. Also It's Tennessee whiskey, not bourbon.
"Jack Daniels meets the US Federal Laws in order for it to be called a bourbon whiskey."
This was said by Robert, who ever the F he is.
This is my favourite Sour Mash. Over priced or not, If I like it, I'll buy it
Bourbon comes from Bourbon County in Kentucky. This is Tennessee whiskey which is why nothing sold by JD has the word 'bourbon' on it.
No it doesn't. bourbon county is dry. There are no distillery's there. You're not far off the reason though...
The only state that can be associated with bourbon is Kentucky. you can't have a Tennessee Bourbon or a Mississippi Bourbon. Tennessee wanted there own drink and "Tennessee Whiskey" was born. It's legally classified as a bourbon. It drinks like a bourbon. It crosses state lines as a "bourbon"... It's a bourbon.
MattyGr
Krooner
MattyGr
Krooner
Good price for a litre, but there are much better bourbons for about the same money.
Examples please??
Well, the Buffalo Trace was around £17 in Morrisons at the beginning of the month for one.
£18 in Morrison's , this JD deal is £14 in comparison (price per 70cl) so I'd rate this as a better deal.
No argument it's a good deal, I'm just saying that you can find a nicer drink for about the same price if you want.
Not fussed on Buffalo Trace, tried it but didn't have much taste. However always grab JB Devils cut or Bulleit when they occasionally drop to £16.
JB Devil's Cut is £16.50 at Asda at the moment. Highly recommend it for that price and it's 45% X)

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