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Jim beam 70cl white label £13.50 @ Asda

£13.50 @ Asda
70cl for £13.50 Online and instore £16.34 average price over past 11 month (mysupermaket) so big saving
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2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago
70cl for £13.50
Online and instore
£16.34 average price over past 11 month (mysupermaket) so big saving
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#1
heat added, thanks :)
#2
This had been £12 in morrisons for a while, donk know if still is?
#3
swooper7
This had been £12 in morrisons for a while, donk know if still is?
Really

Edited By: steve543 on Jul 19, 2014 18:35
#4
swooper7
This had been £12 in morrisons for a while, donk know if still is?
Can't find at £12
1 Like #5
Currently £14 in Tesco if you don't have a ASDA nearby.

Edited By: vernon_bennett on Jul 20, 2014 08:33
#6
Not keen on white label JB at any price however keen that may be.

Bought both the Devil's Cut and Black Label online last week, can't be comparable in taste (or price) but it's worth the extra.
#7
*cobra*
Not keen on white label JB at any price however keen that may be.

Bought both the Devil's Cut and Black Label online last week, can't be comparable in taste (or price) but it's worth the extra.


Spot on with this
The white label is seriously seriously bad


If in asda try their own or the buffalo trace. You'll soon see difference
1 Like #8
steve543
swooper7
This had been £12 in morrisons for a while, donk know if still is?
Can't find at £12

nor did I, was in Morrisons yesterday looking at whisky!
#9
*cobra*
Not keen on white label JB at any price however keen that may be.

Bought both the Devil's Cut and Black Label online last week, can't be comparable in taste (or price) but it's worth the extra.

Devils cut is lovely. I bought some from duty free last April. Could you post a link to where you bought it from? Thanks.
#10
thearbiter65
Devils cut is lovely. I bought some from duty free last April. Could you post a link to where you bought it from? Thanks.


I bought Devil's Cut from Whiskey Exchange, it was just over 25 quid. You really need to purchase other items to offset the cost of postage which remains the same regardless of quantity.

http://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/P-17383.aspx

Devil's Cut can also be purchased from WhiskeyXXL via Amazon @ 19 quid. Overall alcohol works out much cheaper with WhiskeyXXL however you need to purchase much more to offset the massive carriage cost which is the same regardless of 1 bottle or 21 bottles delivered. There is a huge selection of alcohol stocked in XXL at a great price, so it pays to buy a few bottles upon ordering because you'll pick up a great deal. I've never tried XXL so can't vouch for them, but Whiskey Exchange delivery service is second to none
#11
devils cut often get's reduced to £21 at tesco, i usually grab a few bottles - not worth the regular £25 though imo.
1 Like #12
akasmiler
*cobra*
Not keen on white label JB at any price however keen that may be.

Bought both the Devil's Cut and Black Label online last week, can't be comparable in taste (or price) but it's worth the extra.

Spot on with this
The white label is seriously seriously bad


If in asda try their own or the buffalo trace. You'll soon see difference

i think you lost all credibility when you said asda's own brand is better than JB white - i think you'd have a hard time finding anyone to agree with you there
#13
I never seen Devil's Cut in Tesco or any shop shelf in my entire life, if you can get it snap it up.

I'd pay £35 if I could get it, small price to pay for quality. Then again maybe that's just me being daft.
suspended#14
If you like to mix try it with tesco vanilla coke !
#15
Asda £13.50
Aldi £13.99
Tesco £14.00

If anyone finds it for less, I NEED TO KNOW!

Cheers
#16
I want to know how good is this to drink and drive
#17
peterstanton88
I want to know how good is this to drink and drive
post of the day!
#18
seanjames
peterstanton88
I want to know how good is this to drink and drive
post of the day!

Could be lamp post of the day
#19
*cobra*
thearbiter65
Devils cut is lovely. I bought some from duty free last April. Could you post a link to where you bought it from? Thanks.


I bought Devil's Cut from Whiskey Exchange, it was just over 25 quid. You really need to purchase other items to offset the cost of postage which remains the same regardless of quantity.

http://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/P-17383.aspx

Devil's Cut can also be purchased from WhiskeyXXL via Amazon @ 19 quid. Overall alcohol works out much cheaper with WhiskeyXXL however you need to purchase much more to offset the massive carriage cost which is the same regardless of 1 bottle or 21 bottles delivered. There is a huge selection of alcohol stocked in XXL at a great price, so it pays to buy a few bottles upon ordering because you'll pick up a great deal. I've never tried XXL so can't vouch for them, but Whiskey Exchange delivery service is second to none

Brilliant! Thanks for that!
#20
I voted cold by accident on the mobile app so if someone who doesn't think this is a deal could vote hot it will balance out. Thanks for the research!
#21
KiePro88
Asda £13.50
Aldi £13.99
Tesco £14.00

If anyone finds it for less, I NEED TO KNOW!

Cheers

£13.49 @ aldi

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