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lidl 22-34year old blended and single malt whisky £22.99

£22.99 @ LIDL
They have a few of these on offer on all year however the 28-34 year old have rarely been in stock. could combine with Sunday newspaper offers (10 off a £50 spend) on 19th december http://www.li… Read More
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They have a few of these on offer on all year however the 28-34 year old have rarely been in stock.

could combine with Sunday newspaper offers (10 off a £50 spend) on 19th december

http://www.lidl.co.uk/en/11378.htm

A special batch of tasting notes for the discount retailer’s line-up of keenly-priced pre-Christmas Scotch whiskies, all on sale from 12 November. The limited edition range includes three blends and two single malts – one from Speyside and one from Islay – all tasted here by Richard Woodard.

https://scotchwhisky.com/magazine/tastings/new-whiskies/batch-16-lidl-limited-releases/

28y Speyside Single malt: £49:99

22y Islay Single malt: £44.99

34yr Blended: £49.99

25yr blended: £34.99

22y blended: £22.99

28y and 22y come in fancy boxes with a while latch. while the rest come in your standard circular whisky tubes
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#2
The 22yo blended is excellent, well worth a try, very smooth. Have bought the 28yo malt and the 34yo blended a while back but not opened them yet. If these were brand whiskies then they'd be about 4 times the price.
#3
I got the 22yr old Islay - peaty but not as peaty as laphroig, goes down really well.

There has been talk that these whisky come from the big distilleries and are affectionately known as '**** brands'.
1 Like #4
I'll stick to my usual tipple of bottles of VodKat and Frosty Jack.
1 Like #5
The 25yr blend has far more taste than the 34yr.
#6
I thought Aldi had the better whisky of the two shops? Not tried either myself but often see the Aldi whiskys at the top, or near the top, of various awards.
#7
powerbrick
I'll stick to my usual tipple of bottles of VodKat and Frosty Jack.

I thought you were a K cider man..
#8
I thought the law was 18 and over! X)
6 Likes #9
Title of the post is misleading ie single malt for £22.99. The 22.99 is for the blended whisky
#10
£44 for an 22 unnamed Islay is putting it in Lagavulin 16 territory. I would love to see a comparison from anyone who has tried both.
#12
I still laugh at people who buy drinks based on what an '' expert '' recommends. Why not just buy what you want and if you like it, buy it again!
#13
agnostic
I still laugh at people who buy drinks based on what an '' expert '' recommends. Why not just buy what you want and if you like it, buy it again!


because it can be a bit daunting spending that much money on something you are not sure you will like. You take their opinion as an indicator rather than conclusive proof as it is subjective.
#14
Is it bad I want one of each. Reckon they'll let me?

Are we expecting queues?
#15
there was a full complement when I was there. I would get the 22y Islay and 28 y speyside as they are seasonal stock, they others are usualky in stock all year.
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The_Bounty_Bear
£44 for an 22 unnamed Islay is putting it in Lagavulin 16 territory. I would love to see a comparison from anyone who has tried both.

I'm sure last year's single malt was touted as a (Bowmore and i did enjoy it, but it wasn't "Islay" enough for me. I'm a TCP strained through fire ashes fan :)

Great deal though, i will buy some again this year, maybe try the speyside this time

Edited By: suicidehobbit on Nov 11, 2016 14:47
#17
sjhendo
there was a full complement when I was there. I would get the 22y Islay and 28 y speyside as they are seasonal stock, they others are usualky in stock all year.

So they had the 22y and 28y on sale today even though it says tomorrow?

Edited By: bungral on Nov 11, 2016 17:27
#18
bungral
sjhendo
there was a full complement when I was there. I would get the 22y Islay and 28 y speyside as they are seasonal stock, they others are usualky in stock all year.

So they had the 22y and 28y on sale today even though it says tomorrow?


they had everything in store and available on Wednesday afternoon.
lidl in Johnstone, scotland
#19
All there at my local Lidl but the 22yo blended is £29.99 rather than £22.99 and the 28yo malt was actually 27yo.

The Nov 12 reference is from last year.

Edited By: MattyGr on Nov 11, 2016 17:47
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suicidehobbit
The_Bounty_Bear
£44 for an 22 unnamed Islay is putting it in Lagavulin 16 territory. I would love to see a comparison from anyone who has tried both.
I'm sure last year's single malt was touted as a (Bowmore and i did enjoy it, but it wasn't "Islay" enough for me. I'm a TCP strained through fire ashes fan :)
Great deal though, i will buy some again this year, maybe try the speyside this time

I'll be popular with you then - it was on my say-so that Ardbeg got sold and the distillery fired up again - the big guys were worried it would cannibalise our own sales but I'm one of many who genuinely love the single malt story and thought that Ardbeg would just reinforce interest in Islay single malts & help us all grow - I was right
#21
Plus of course I wanted to see Ardbeg come back to life (it was mothballed for many years) and give employment to Islay people & all the rest of the positive economic consequences
#22
luvsadealdealdeal
suicidehobbit
The_Bounty_Bear
£44 for an 22 unnamed Islay is putting it in Lagavulin 16 territory. I would love to see a comparison from anyone who has tried both.
I'm sure last year's single malt was touted as a (Bowmore and i did enjoy it, but it wasn't "Islay" enough for me. I'm a TCP strained through fire ashes fan :)
Great deal though, i will buy some again this year, maybe try the speyside this time
I'll be popular with you then - it was on my say-so that Ardbeg got sold and the distillery fired up again - the big guys were worried it would cannibalise our own sales but I'm one of many who genuinely love the single malt story and thought that Ardbeg would just reinforce interest in Islay single malts & help us all grow - I was right

well, i'll drink to that! :D Ardbeg is a fantastic malt and I'm keen to try the Corryvreckan edition - Christmas is coming and all that..

I've been to Jura on a biking trip and seen the Corry on a beautiful calm autumn day, but not managed to get to Islay yet. A mate has done the world tour of distilleries on Islay by bike and highly rated the experience (and the drams ;) ) so its on my bucket list for sure.

I agree wholeheartedly re the diversity in whisky, more distilleries can only be a good thing! Great to see things like Gin coming from Islay too, although a night on the Gin and Whisky leaves you in a sorry state :{
1 Like #23
just picked up both of the single malts for Christmas in Stanmore lidl, 2 of each left
#24
Went for the 27 single malt and the 25 blend.
#25
I bought someone, a keen whisky drinker, a last minute gift of a bottle of Abrachan whisky from Lidl, and he was very impressed with it, and wanted to know where to buy more. I think it's £18 a bottle. It seems to be highly recommended by some experts, and has won awards http://malt-review.com/2015/11/02/3-lidl-whiskies

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