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Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey 1L £20.00 @ Sainsbury's

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Excellent Jack Daniel's Tennessee Sour Mash Whiskey 1L £20 Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey Whiskey 1L £20 Waitrose £30.00 Sainsbury's £30.00 £20.00 Offer Ocado £23.00 Offer Tesco £30.00
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sam_of_london
Treboeth
Cold because it`s not £15 a litre like all the other spirits in different supermarkets :|


Not really voting Hot nice find OP 8)


All the people I know love ​JD and coke. Great for a party. I like other drinks like but have to cater to the audience.


​what are these other people doing drink you JD?

did you not see Tawse57's post X)
sam_of_london
Treboeth
Cold because it`s not £15 a litre like all the other spirits in different supermarkets :|


Not really voting Hot nice find OP 8)


All the people I know love ​JD and coke. Great for a party. I like other drinks like but have to cater to the audience.


Party's? It's great for breakfast too
Chanchi32
MattyGr
Chanchi32
Treboeth
Cold because it`s not £15 a litre like all the other spirits in different supermarkets :|
Not really voting Hot nice find OP 8)
worked out a code stack at Ocado if interested - works out 3 x 1 litre JD bottles for £46.75
Is that the first shop code?

michaeljb
Chanchi32
Treboeth
Cold because it`s not £15 a litre like all the other spirits in different supermarkets :|
Not really voting Hot nice find OP 8)
worked out a code stack at Ocado if interested - works out 3 x 1 litre JD bottles for £46.75
​I'm very interested, do tell.

it's two codes - needs to be a new account,

- add the 3 JD's to basket
- on my ocado - account settings - marketing communications - opt out of marketing (as soon as you do this you should get a message on screen giving you a £5 voucher code to opt back in - so do this)
- on checkout when prompted for vouchers add the £5 code and also add code VOU8485452 (gives 25% off - min £60 spend)

http://oi65.tinypic.com/2vigqq8.jpg


​thx, shame it's for new accounts only as i have an account with them already, might see if a friend wants to go halfs in and do it at theirs, after all what are friends for X)
johncas
What on earth is the "sour mash" one?!


​the normal one, jd is a sour mash whiskey
What on earth is the "sour mash" one?!
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Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve Blended Whiskey 70cl £30.00 @ Tesco

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Johnnie Walker Reserve Blend Whiskey 70cl WAS £39.50 NOW £30 on Tesco Groceries Offer valid until 5/9/2016.
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1 litre spirits only £15.00 from tomorrow at Morrisons inc Bombay Dry Gin, Famous Grouse Whisky, Captain Morgan Spiced Gold Rum, VSOP Brandy and others, please see 1st post.

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As above - ...and just in time for the Bank Holiday next week :) 1 litre spirits only £15 from tomorrow at Morrisons inc Bombay Dry Gin, Famous Grouse Whisky, Captain Morgan Spiced Gold Rum an…
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It would be rude not to!
Lets face it its always this price!!! On the odd occasion its a proper deal £10 for a litre!! Just wait till the deal is finished and they will bang up £18.99, for a month,as they all do,:( then back down for the kids Autumn break
Gregalach
burningmoney77
Hot deal but i only drink the very best.http://liquor.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/heisenberg-vodka-news.jpg
Yea, the prettier the bottle, the better it is
Reminds me of the guy who, when asked what he wanted to drink said "Bells, nothing but the best!"
Now, him, I didn't invite to the Scotch Malt Whisky Society
Hot deal on the Bombay, still have stocks of the cooking whisky

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/17/10/78/171078e1be42904131916a3fe4a57f2a.jpg
themachman
Have a guess what ill be doing this bank holiday ? ;)https://res.cloudinary.com/jpress/image/fetch/https://www.wow247.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Drink-Father-Jack.gif



Treboeth
themachman
Have a guess what ill be doing this bank holiday ? ;)https://res.cloudinary.com/jpress/image/fetch/https://www.wow247.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Drink-Father-Jack.gif
Dressing up as father Jack and having a ..........................

....................drink? X)
themachman
Have a guess what ill be doing this bank holiday ? ;)https://res.cloudinary.com/jpress/image/fetch/https://www.wow247.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Drink-Father-Jack.gif


Dressing up as father Jack and having a ..........................
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glenfiddich matl whiskey 70cl £26.00 @ Tesco

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online and instore Glenfiddich malt reduced by £9 usually £35.
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MattyGr
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MattyGr
It's a good job I also search 'whiskey' as well as 'whisky' when searching for single malt deals. Seriously it's not that hard is it?
both correct. irish/American vs. Scottish spelling.
It's a Scottish whisky....so whiskey is not correct.
If it was Jameson or Jim Beam you'd have a point.

the comment was referring to searching for different types, so id have thought that was fairly correct and valid.
Have to admit I am Scottish shame on me... Did try and edit once I realised but didn"t know how to :( surprised no one has picked up on the spelling of malt yet... have read this post 3 times to ensure no mistakes :)
megaman666
MattyGr
It's a good job I also search 'whiskey' as well as 'whisky' when searching for single malt deals. Seriously it's not that hard is it?
both correct. irish/American vs. Scottish spelling.


It's a Scottish whisky....so whiskey is not correct.

If it was Jameson or Jim Beam you'd have a point.
Erm... Hot UK Deals. Not Hot US Deals, nor Hot Potato Deals.
megaman666
MattyGr
It's a good job I also search 'whiskey' as well as 'whisky' when searching for single malt deals. Seriously it's not that hard is it?
both correct. irish/American vs. Scottish spelling.
MattyGr
It's a good job I also search 'whiskey' as well as 'whisky' when searching for single malt deals. Seriously it's not that hard is it?

both correct. irish/American vs. Scottish spelling.
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Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve Premium Blended Scotch Whisky 70 cl - £30.00 @ Amazon

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Not a bad price for a rated blend at Amazon for Prime and non-Prime members. Link for a previous deal/comments and price history in first post. Product details: - Gold Medals at International W…
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motherfunk
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motherfunk
fo_sho_yo
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[quote=fo_sho_yo] I think all this whisky for £30 is nonsense.
I've drunk many whiskys and can appreciate the single malts, bourbons, sickly sweet ones, "blends"... whatever however at the end of the day the differences between them all is just a bit of a different aftertaste. When you spend this much on this whisky you are buying in to the marketing/brand that is passed from person to person, father to son like a virus.
You imagine the nice shiny bottle and the crystal glass with some ice cubes, the clinking of the ice, the aged oak, the velvet box... it's all nonsense. At the end of the day you're buying in to the spell they cast over you whether you like it or not.
The fact is it is more or less gone-off fermented grain in a fancy bottle. Anything more is an illusion that you are paying for. If it was sold in a plastic milk tub would you pay £2 for it? Of course you wouldn't. Before you think this is a deal think again.
Not really sure you have a point? Are you saying, for example don't buy Glenlivet 18 and instead buy Glenlivet founders reserve for £24? It's certainly not an illusion, I can definitely tell the difference in an 18 year whisky over a non age statement/10 year old one.
If you read the first line you will see my point.
You are either extremely stupid or a troll. I'm verging on a troll considering you start talking about a situation totally unrelated to my point.For a start you don't put ice in good whisky so no Not a troll but someone who actually drinks a bit of whisky. I read your comment. lets look at Glenfarclas, it does very little marketing and produces a quality product and a good price for its age without any nonsense. It is not just the simple difference between the aftertaste. It is how long it is stored, how much stock they have from that production period, how much is lost to angels share, current market demand etc... I appreciate buying an expensive bottle that 3 generations of staff have looked after and to me that has value. Its not marketing nonsense unless you get into non age statement which is a symptom of low stocks of older barrels.
Putting ice in whisky is besides the point.
Now, I see that you attribute its cost/value not just to its taste... interesting. You attribute the extra value/cost to it being kept in storage for years and also how scarce it is from artificially created market powers.
You are a prime example of how sold in to this whisky marketing someone can be.
Next you'll be talking about how it is worth much more because it has been kept in some sunken ship's oak casks for .

Dont be silly, obviously it comes down to more than the taste when it comes to price, not an opinion, a fact. Older whisky has been stored longer and CURRENTLY there is a lack of older whisky hence it costs more. not a case of anything to do with me, its a problem that not enough was laid down before the 90s when single malt was not as popular and nobody predicted the boom, that is all, simple supply and demand. Now larger companies charge much more for older whisky and do manipulate prices and create non age statement nonsense but some relative bargains can be had if you know the age sweet spot on some less marketed quality whisky.




​Come on motherfunk, stop feeding the troll. It'll be back at school in a couple of weeks, just ignore it till then.
fo_sho_yo
motherfunk
fo_sho_yo
MattyGr
[quote=fo_sho_yo] I think all this whisky for £30 is nonsense.
I've drunk many whiskys and can appreciate the single malts, bourbons, sickly sweet ones, "blends"... whatever however at the end of the day the differences between them all is just a bit of a different aftertaste. When you spend this much on this whisky you are buying in to the marketing/brand that is passed from person to person, father to son like a virus.
You imagine the nice shiny bottle and the crystal glass with some ice cubes, the clinking of the ice, the aged oak, the velvet box... it's all nonsense. At the end of the day you're buying in to the spell they cast over you whether you like it or not.
The fact is it is more or less gone-off fermented grain in a fancy bottle. Anything more is an illusion that you are paying for. If it was sold in a plastic milk tub would you pay £2 for it? Of course you wouldn't. Before you think this is a deal think again.
Not really sure you have a point? Are you saying, for example don't buy Glenlivet 18 and instead buy Glenlivet founders reserve for £24? It's certainly not an illusion, I can definitely tell the difference in an 18 year whisky over a non age statement/10 year old one.
If you read the first line you will see my point.
You are either extremely stupid or a troll. I'm verging on a troll considering you start talking about a situation totally unrelated to my point.For a start you don't put ice in good whisky so no Not a troll but someone who actually drinks a bit of whisky. I read your comment. lets look at Glenfarclas, it does very little marketing and produces a quality product and a good price for its age without any nonsense. It is not just the simple difference between the aftertaste. It is how long it is stored, how much stock they have from that production period, how much is lost to angels share, current market demand etc... I appreciate buying an expensive bottle that 3 generations of staff have looked after and to me that has value. Its not marketing nonsense unless you get into non age statement which is a symptom of low stocks of older barrels.
Putting ice in whisky is besides the point.
Now, I see that you attribute its cost/value not just to its taste... interesting. You attribute the extra value/cost to it being kept in storage for years and also how scarce it is from artificially created market powers.
You are a prime example of how sold in to this whisky marketing someone can be.
Next you'll be talking about how it is worth much more because it has been kept in some sunken ship's oak casks for .

Dont be silly, obviously it comes down to more than the taste when it comes to price, not an opinion, a fact. Older whisky has been stored longer and CURRENTLY there is a lack of older whisky hence it costs more. not a case of anything to do with me, its a problem that not enough was laid down before the 90s when single malt was not as popular and nobody predicted the boom, that is all, simple supply and demand. Now larger companies charge much more for older whisky and do manipulate prices and create non age statement nonsense but some relative bargains can be had if you know the age sweet spot on some less marketed quality whisky.



Edited By: motherfunk on Aug 22, 2016 17:24
motherfunk
fo_sho_yo
MattyGr
fo_sho_yo
I think all this whisky for £30 is nonsense.
I've drunk many whiskys and can appreciate the single malts, bourbons, sickly sweet ones, "blends"... whatever however at the end of the day the differences between them all is just a bit of a different aftertaste. When you spend this much on this whisky you are buying in to the marketing/brand that is passed from person to person, father to son like a virus.
You imagine the nice shiny bottle and the crystal glass with some ice cubes, the clinking of the ice, the aged oak, the velvet box... it's all nonsense. At the end of the day you're buying in to the spell they cast over you whether you like it or not.
The fact is it is more or less gone-off fermented grain in a fancy bottle. Anything more is an illusion that you are paying for. If it was sold in a plastic milk tub would you pay £2 for it? Of course you wouldn't. Before you think this is a deal think again.
Not really sure you have a point? Are you saying, for example don't buy Glenlivet 18 and instead buy Glenlivet founders reserve for £24? It's certainly not an illusion, I can definitely tell the difference in an 18 year whisky over a non age statement/10 year old one.
If you read the first line you will see my point.
You are either extremely stupid or a troll. I'm verging on a troll considering you start talking about a situation totally unrelated to my point.
For a start you don't put ice in good whisky so no Not a troll but someone who actually drinks a bit of whisky. I read your comment. lets look at Glenfarclas, it does very little marketing and produces a quality product and a good price for its age without any nonsense. It is not just the simple difference between the aftertaste. It is how long it is stored, how much stock they have from that production period, how much is lost to angels share, current market demand etc... I appreciate buying an expensive bottle that 3 generations of staff have looked after and to me that has value. Its not marketing nonsense unless you get into non age statement which is a symptom of low stocks of older barrels.

Putting ice in whisky is besides the point.

Now, I see that you attribute its cost/value not just to its taste... interesting. You attribute the extra value/cost to it being kept in storage for years and also how scarce it is from artificially created market powers.

You are a prime example of how sold in to this whisky marketing someone can be.

Next you'll be talking about how it is worth much more because it has been kept in some sunken ship's oak casks for decades.

Edited By: fo_sho_yo on Aug 22, 2016 16:33
Bazza71
fishmaster
634miyamoto
Nice, but it ain't the same as the old 18yo JW Gold. Not that most people can tell...

But you can right, so that's makes you special.


I think he/she has just copied that from one of the reviews to sound clever.


​No, i use to regularly drink the old gold label but switched to drinking entry level single malts during credit crunch; tried the gold label earlier this year, but it definitely is different from the old stuff.

I don't have to sound clever, I am clever. I have a PhD from a top uni and a MBA from a not so top uni...
Scapa at £32.00 is a much better prospect in my opinion. Nothing wrong with this deal though, I would just rather have the Scapa.

Scapa Skiren, 70 cl https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B015HVW69E/ref=cm_sw_r_apa_xYUUxb85Y879G
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Aberlour 10 year old malt whisky £22.00 @ Co-Op Mapperley

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Found in Co-op in Mapperley Nottingham. Not a bad price for an aged malt, probably get a brand malt for similar price but not aged.
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Good drop though
Same price at Asda mate
cholent
good with coke....
how on earth was i first idiot to post that...
seriously, this is a tasty whisky quite sweet as sherry cask finish.

coke eh? f that i drink it neat
good with coke....

how on earth was i first idiot to post that...


seriously, this is a tasty whisky quite sweet as sherry cask finish.
This is a brand malt and a very nice one at that. :)
Thanks OP.
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Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey with Honey 70cl £15.00 @ Asda

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Jack Daniel's honey 70cl £15 at Asda for the mo. £15 Amazon (exclusively for prime members) £20 at Waitrose & Morissons £22 at Sainsbury's £25 at Tesco
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Thats breakfast sorted!
Me sold then cheers OP
Great if you hate alcohol or are fifteen years old.
Had a bottle for ages and it hardly got drunk. Prefer regular whiskey or Drambuie if I want a sweeter tipple.

Good price though... heat!
dvdphile
SandstormBargains
​for the extra £2 rather have JD with honey :)
The Jim Beam is nicer IMO. It's not as sickly sweet as the JD version. Each to their own though!:p


​I prefer sickly sweet. So each to their own as you say. Although I do really like the Jim Beam Apple one mmmm
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Ribble Gran Fondo Carbon road bike £775.00 @ Ribble

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I know very little about bikes except how to ride one so not sure how well the enthusiasts on here would rate the components/build quality. It's just that a 8.5kg Carbon frame bike at this price po…
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It's a Carbon frame, but not a particularly good one. I'd go for the the Ultra AF 700 at this price point. Much better frame.
Daintree
Doesn't even have full suspension! cold!
nice bike. I would buy Mrs would kill me if I spent this much on a second bike. any suggestions on what Road bike to get for £500?
I'd suggest the btwin triban 540 from Decathlon currently reduced from £600 to £450. Carbon fork, 6061 alu frame which can take mudguards and panniers if required. 105/tiagra mix gearing. Mavic wheels, 25mm hutchison tyres. Will cover most needs very well and has great reviews. Triban 540 £450
Sorry, looks like the £450 deal was on last years stock. New stock is full eleven speed 105 + Michelin Lithion 2 tyres now £650 (stilla baragain but a better bike at higher price). I'm told there may be a few of the old stock available in store if you want to check - they will sometimes move stock from one shop to another on request. I know there is one Small in Oxford as someone who works there told me!



Edited By: wantsomepls on Aug 22, 2016 09:54: additional info
loofer
ClotBot
With any cycle to work scheme you will need to add 10% admin fee which you have to pay cash.


Really? That's cheeky IMO. Almost negates the savings to something negligible. Is the admin fee payable to scheme operator or to retailer?


To Ribble. A few companies do this, they are basically passing on the charge that the cycle to work scheme charges them. However it's still worthwhile as people forget that it's a salary sacrifice scheme so it's bit just your tax that goes down but also your NI/student loans contributions.

I've had 2 bikes from decathlon on the scheme, they don't charge any admin theme, and might get another next year :{
ClotBot
With any cycle to work scheme you will need to add 10% admin fee which you have to pay cash.


Really? That's cheeky IMO. Almost negates the savings to something negligible. Is the admin fee payable to scheme operator or to retailer?
i only check these threads as they are more geeky than a Laptop/PC thread.

I love the standard "its a decent first bike" post thats posted on ALL bike related posts...as its really a put down :)

Voted hot just for the geek speak
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Bunnahabhain 12 Year Old Islay Single Malt 70cl, £29.00 in Waitrose

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Bunnahabhain 12 year old 70cl in-store and online at Waitrose for £29, usual price is £35. Offer ends 23rd August. This is a fantastic whisky and one that is not regularly discounted so well worth
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my favourite whisky of all time. and I have tried a few (living in Inverness helps). Great price
Fantastic price and unusual to see on offer.
A taste of heaven! Great price
It's sooo good 8)
top top malt. just ran out too :-)
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Ardbeg 10 year old malt whisky - £37.00 @ Amazon

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Great price for a fantastic smokey Islay whisky. Probably price matched from Tesco where it's also £37 reduced from £47.
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Tried for the first time recently, very nice. I'll look to pick up a bottle, thanks OP.
abarthman
Tried it and didn't like it. I much prefer lighter Speyside and lowland malts.

Anyone who pays £37 for a bottle of whisky has more money than sense.
I don't! Love the stuff :D
They have added £5000 to the price....£10,000 on Ardbeg website (Though sold out).... INNFLATTTTTION!!

Edited By: Biggushlong on Aug 20, 2016 22:42
sanfermin
a late night pleasure when all have gone to bed and you don't need to share!
My one guilty pleasure Ardbeg and most Islay malts ahh i can smell the stuff mmmm


​Ditto, ha! (_;)
a late night pleasure when all have gone to bed and you don't need to share!
My one guilty pleasure Ardbeg and most Islay malts ahh i can smell the stuff mmmm
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F.E.W Bourbon - instore at M&S @ £35.00 a bottle (reduced from £50)

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F.E.W Bourbon is fantastic & at an M&S clearance price of £35 (down from £50) a bargain. I've never seen it for less than £50 in store or online. This was in my local M&S store (Southend-on-Sea, Es…
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Great deal! I doubt anyone that tried it has voted cold. £5 off vouchers in store at the moment brings this to £30 if you have one. I plan to use mine today.
Seems a good deal if that's your tipple!
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Wild Turkey 81 bourbon whiskey 70cl £15.00 @ tesco

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Back down from £23 to £15 again in tesco, definitely the best value bourbon at this price. On offer until 05/09. http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=278295218 - nagarameshpandi
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I think that's just you, I'd happily pay an extra £3 to get WT over Beam. But as stated Beam is full price anyway and WT is on offer so it's irrelevant.
CelicaGT-Four
scott_safc
MattyGr
scott_safc
Nice with coke, rubbish on it's own though. Jim Beam currently on for £12 in Tesco so I'd get that personally as I'll only mix that with coke too.
Each to their own, I think this is fine on it's own.
Jim Beam is £17, not £12 so WT is cheaper and superior. Beam is aged 4 years, WT is 6-8. Beam is basically a supermarket standard bourbon.
Jim Beam was £12 when I picked a bottle up at the weekend. I only ever drink it with coke, and since I tried WT 81 I'd only ever do the same with that
Jim Beam was £12 in my local today. I bought one of that and one Wild Turkey for £15. Excellent prices.
I'm yet to try WT but was ideally holding out for the 101 proof. I'm slowly making my way through the various bourbons as a new unhealthy additional hobby to compliment my scotch drinking. Favorites so far are Bulleit, Four Roses, Woodford Reserve. Anyway, I digress... good deal voted hot!
All of those you mention in your favourites are great stand alone bourbons, I've never had the WT 101 myself but it's one I'll be sampling some day. I have a bottle of WT Rare Breed but don't plan on opening it until Xmas. The 81 is not what you could call a great bourbon though, it's worth £15 to try it but once you have if you ever saw it again at this price next to a bottle of JB at £12 you'd pick up the JB IMO, although maybe that's just me? Personally I couldn't drink either of those 2 neat.

A couple more for you to look out for, Elijah Craig, Knob Creek, Maker's Mark and Eagle Rare, all delicious. Also if you've never tried Buffalo Trace you should give that a go, it's cheaper than all of those mentioned above but is still easily drinkable on its own.
scott_safc
MattyGr
scott_safc
Nice with coke, rubbish on it's own though. Jim Beam currently on for £12 in Tesco so I'd get that personally as I'll only mix that with coke too.
Each to their own, I think this is fine on it's own.
Jim Beam is £17, not £12 so WT is cheaper and superior. Beam is aged 4 years, WT is 6-8. Beam is basically a supermarket standard bourbon.
Jim Beam was £12 when I picked a bottle up at the weekend. I only ever drink it with coke, and since I tried WT 81 I'd only ever do the same with that
Jim Beam was £12 in my local today. I bought one of that and one Wild Turkey for £15. Excellent prices.
I'm yet to try WT but was ideally holding out for the 101 proof. I'm slowly making my way through the various bourbons as a new unhealthy additional hobby to compliment my scotch drinking. Favorites so far are Bulleit, Four Roses, Woodford Reserve. Anyway, I digress... good deal voted hot!
MattyGr
scott_safc
Nice with coke, rubbish on it's own though. Jim Beam currently on for £12 in Tesco so I'd get that personally as I'll only mix that with coke too.
Each to their own, I think this is fine on it's own.

Jim Beam is £17, not £12 so WT is cheaper and superior. Beam is aged 4 years, WT is 6-8. Beam is basically a supermarket standard bourbon.
Jim Beam was £12 when I picked a bottle up at the weekend. I only ever drink it with coke, and since I tried WT 81 I'd only ever do the same with that
umirza85
scott_safc
Nice with coke, rubbish on it's own though. Jim Beam currently on for £12 in Tesco so I'd get that personally as I'll only mix that with coke too.
Wild turkey is vastly superior to the Jim beam. Very easy to drink WT on ice.....the Jim Beam you'd have to add half a cup of water just to choke it down. Also why would you add ice to any of them.....you should be buying bells
Who said anything about adding ice? And IMO WT 81 is only any good with coke, as I say, as is Beam... Might help you understand what I was saying if you actually read what I said..?
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Strathisla 12yo 70cl malt whisky £25.00 @ amazon

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Good quality whisky reduced from £34.25.
MattyGr Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago6 Comments
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Nice dram made in my home town :p
Bargain just picked up Auchentoshan American Oak Whiskey 70 cl for £20
Amazon Pantry have Strathisla 12 and Singeton Spey for £23 each which is pretty decent but you need to pay an up front £3 if you are prime.
Glenlivet Founder's Reserve is also back down to £23 if you want a lighter whisky
Its not like trade secrets or anything but I use camelcamelcamel to track prices of whisky at Amazon.
Stick a ~£25 flag against the normal prices which are around the £35 mark and you get an email when they drop in price to your threshold.
I regularly buy when the prices drop. Had this in my cabinet for the last 2 weeks since Amazon reduced the price.
Its not like trade secrets or anything but I use camelcamelcamel to track prices of whisky at Amazon.
Stick a ~£25 flag against the normal prices which are around the £35 mark and you get an email when they drop in price to your threshold.
I regularly buy when the prices drop. Had this in my cabinet for the last 2 weeks since Amazon reduced the price.
Great whisky, been a staple in my cabinet for a while
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Old Pulteney 12yo 70cl malt whisky £24.00 @ amazon

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A good quality malt whisky reduced from £31.99. Also £24 @ Tesco until tomorrow.
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Mine arrived yesterday.....burp! :D
Not available any more
my favourite! I've got two stacked up at home but at this price it's steal!
Ordered the last one,hoping it'll go through
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Laphroaig Islay Single (10 year old) Malt Whisky (70cl) ONLY £28.00 @ Amazon (Free Delivery)

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Laphroaig Islay Single (10 year old) Malt Whisky (70cl) ONLY £28.00
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MattyGr
Same price @ Tesco
Tesco deal ends on Monday 15th August.
Same price @ Tesco
Amazing
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Woodford Reserve Bourbon Whisky £23.00 @ Sainsbury's

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A superb Bourbon. Usually £30 have purchased at £25 in the past. Never seen it as low as £23. At Sainsburys On website so should be National. Also I know I left the E out of Whisk(e)y.
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This was posted a couple of days ago. This is regularly on offer for £23 in one of the supermarkets. It is a nice bourbon though and worth £23.
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ScottishIndependence2018
Being a JD man myself and collector the Tennessee Honey is totally rank, surprised it hasn't been pulled,
don't waste your dosh, try the following,
Lochan Ora (my fav :3) or Mackmyra Bee or Glayva Liqueur Whisky to name a few that are out there wae a cpl of cubes of ice either on it's own or have as a wee chaser with a nice btl of Ale like the Badger Fursty Ferret, just Bliss :)
Pour some over Mackies ice cream, especially the Lochan Ora for a tasty upgrade, honest.

That's your oponion. It's my favorite drink. Love the stuff!
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melaniewelch17
Cheaper at Waitrose, asda and Morrisons.
£30 on Asda's website? Can't even see it at Morrison's

You not getting mixed up with the 70cl size bottle


Sorry....my apologies I did get it mixed up with 70cl size!
Being a JD man myself and collector the Tennessee Honey is totally rank, surprised it hasn't been pulled,
don't waste your dosh, try the following,
Lochan Ora (my fav :3) or Mackmyra Bee or Glayva Liqueur Whisky to name a few that are out there wae a cpl of cubes of ice either on it's own or have as a wee chaser with a nice btl of Ale like the Badger Fursty Ferret, just Bliss :)
Pour some over Mackies ice cream, especially the Lochan Ora for a tasty upgrade, honest.
Excellent price!!
Used to buy this all time, up until the fire one came out and my word, any Jack Fans, it's a must try. (_;)
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Jack Daniels Whisky 1ltr £23.00 @ Sainsburys

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Best price around at the moment.
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sradmad
good find op, heat added


3 ordered 3 delivered niiice
good find op, heat added
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Glenfarclas Single Malt Scotch Whisky 2003 £24.00 @ M&S

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Reduced to clear in Newcastle Simply Food, Gosforth. Online still £35, I've seen it at £28 there - yet even at £35 its a crackingly good single malt. For £24 I snapped one right up! Nationwide,
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mart321
I saw this the other day, it appears to be non age statement, unsure how it would compare to the ten year old.

Gets better reviews by most.
Nationwide.
mart321
I saw this the other day, it appears to be non age statement, unsure how it would compare to the ten year old.

I've had this before - it is excellent especially for the price.
mart321
I saw this the other day, it appears to be non age statement, unsure how it would compare to the ten year old.
It's not really NAS. The last bottle I bough was distilled in 2003 and bottled in 2014, so 10-11 years really.
I saw this the other day, it appears to be non age statement, unsure how it would compare to the ten year old.
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Jack Daniels 1 Litre £23.00 @ Ocado

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£7 cheaper than all the other supermarkets at present - all £30. Ocado don't deliver in my area, but if your lucky enough to live in an area that does, this is the cheapest you'll find it
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good find op, heat added
OOS in my area.
Loads of ocado free delivery offers around at the moment. Also £20 off £80 spend with code. Heat from me.
Good price IMO Heat added.
Bought a 70cl on offer at Sainsburys yesterday for £19! This is a bargain!

Heat added
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Lavazza Gran Filtro Italian Roast 2 x 100g at Home Bargains for 99p

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Lovely quality filter coffee. RRP £3.99
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Nice one, I like this stuff. There was a basket full of it in the Aberdeen Home Bargains store on the left as you go in.

I only picked up 5 packs though, as they were all dated BB 30 Nov 2016.
8) excellent coffee ... Picked me 2 x twin packs of medium roast ... Tried a cuppa and deffo stocking up for another pack 2moz - no brainer. Thank you for spotting this bargain ;)
mickymcd
Great coffee be careful most of it short dated or out of date in store I got mine from


Mine is well in date until July '17.

Heat for this, superb coffee and excellent price.
I was a tiny bit surprised that the Italian blend came from India :) Why is it not Indian blend then? I'm sure they make good coffee as well.

And I just realised I wasn't the only one who found the Indian thing interesting.

Edited By: Szabster on Aug 09, 2016 23:32
good price but its not vacuum packed so won't be as fresh as the red packet stuff in the supermarket.
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Jim Beam Honey/Maple/Apple Bourbon Whisky 70 cl @ Amazon £13.00 Prime / £17.75 non prime

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Cheap alcohol! What more could you want. Other varities
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rdbradshaw
The apple and honey are quite nice , how's the maple ?


Personally I'm not a fan of the Apple, but I do like the honey but I much prefer the maple
£12 in Tesco ATM for Jim Beam, the apple stuff is rank imho.
Just get supermarket own brand whisky much cheaper !
rdbradshaw
The apple and honey are quite nice , how's the maple ?

Quite smokey... I find the apple disgusting though so keep that in mind!
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rdbradshaw
The apple and honey are quite nice , how's the maple ?
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nsjPrsmsll0
Pretty good cheers chap :3
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[I say...] 900ML Square Glass Decanter + 6x 200ML Whiskey Glasses £10.95 @ BuyGadgets via eBay

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Want to look and act posh? For £10.95, you can! This is a great Drinks Set for any home. The six glasses allow you and your guests to enjoy a refreshing drink. Keep your drinks looking nice too!
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Price gone up to £12.95 now
Thoughtful
fishmaster
Thoughtful
Gerald Ratner comes to mind !
Usually when I drink Whisky it's at least Miley Cyrus, but each to their own.
Gerald Ratner wiped £500 million from the value of Ratners jewellers with one speech in 1991.
He said: "We also do cut-glass sherry decanters complete with six glasses on a silver-plated tray that your butler can serve you drinks on, all for £4.95. People say, 'How can you sell this for such a low price?' I say, because it's total crap."

Yeah unfortunately I'm old enough to know that story.
With this you can buy plastic brandy or whiskey bottles from lidl and just pour it in, no one will know. Heat added. :{
fishmaster
Thoughtful
Gerald Ratner comes to mind !
Usually when I drink Whisky it's at least Miley Cyrus, but each to their own.

Gerald Ratner wiped £500 million from the value of Ratners jewellers with one speech in 1991.
He said: "We also do cut-glass sherry decanters complete with six glasses on a silver-plated tray that your butler can serve you drinks on, all for £4.95. People say, 'How can you sell this for such a low price?' I say, because it's total crap."
Wow, these are just class...!!
I can see Margo and Jerry swilling from these on their silver serving tray while Tom and Barbs are standing with muddy faces peeking in the French Windows.
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Glenmorangie 10yo 70cl malt whisky - £22.49 - Lightning deal - Amazon

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Need to be quick as 60% sold so far.
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Gutted :|
It's back up but £26.10 is still a good price as its down from £35.99.
Damn
Missed it....
Thanks, I'm too late but on the wait list.
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Woodford Reserve Bourbon whiskey 70cl was £30.00 now £25.00 @ tesco

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Decent quality bourbon - On offer @ £25 down from £30 until 15/08. Also £25 @ Amazon.
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Still this price in store (Chichester Extra) :)
Good price but none of my locals sell it anymore:(
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Whyte and Mackay Scotch Whisky 1L £15.00 @ tesco

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Reduced from £19
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whyte & mackay is my fav blended @ £15/litre u can't beat it!
BeachyBall
This is a very nice blended whisky for the price. Have some heat :)
Id have to strongly disagree. This is in a similar price bracket to the far superior Famous Grouse which for a blended is probably the best value Whisky out there.
This is a very nice blended whisky for the price. Have some heat :)
This is at the screenwash end of the range...
I'm not a fan. I once foolishly drank a bit too much of this and the morning after I had an appalling hangover. OK with the half a bottle or so I drank I would have had a quite pronounced hangover with even a very good whisky but this felt different. Most noticeable and a little worrying was the loud ringing in my ears. All whiskeys have a tiny fraction of methanol in them (as do all fermented drinks) but I suspect W&M is at the upper end of the range. I've pretty much cut out spirits from my diet but I do still like a little whisky around Christmas, though after my epic hangover with this I would never touch it again - even in more sensible quantities. Besides, I agree it does taste rather harsh and crude anyway.
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Macallan Rare Cask Whisky 70cl + Free Macallan Gold £194.84 delivered @ drinksupermarket.com

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Buy 1 Bottle of Macallan Rare Cask and get a free macallan gold. Looks like a good offer to me, Macallan Rare Cask is around £190 without the free Macallan Gold. -- Macallan Rare Cask Malt Whis…
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Not voted but seems like a decent deal.

Currently £183 on Amazon but has been as low as £160 in May according to CamelCamelCamel.

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B012E4F1GC/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
Nice with a drop of Smart Price lemonade!
They also have the 12yr at a decent price - sub £50 delivered...
luvsadealdealdeal
Doesn't mean it's worth anything like £194 for the 2 of them.
Cold from me - purely as a deal - as I think you'd be paying way over the top for what you'd be receiving, interesting though those 2 whiskies would surely be.
Save your pennies!

Still cheaper than anywhere else. If the product is overpriced than it's a completely different thing.
Doesn't mean it's worth anything like £194 for the 2 of them.

Cold from me - purely as a deal - as I think you'd be paying way over the top for what you'd be receiving, interesting though those 2 whiskies would surely be.

Save your pennies!
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Gran Turismo Sport - PS4 - £35.47 Delivered @ The Game Collection (using BIRTHDAY11 code) Ends Midnight 27/07!

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Not a bad price to get the game on release day. Out 18/11/2016 A possible further 2% off if you use Quidco as well.
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look like sony is selling half a game at full price and selling the other half as dlc at 60 quid
Too tempting, pre ordered! Even if it's rubbish I can trade it in and possibly make a profit at that price... (_;)
Tempted. Should really wait though. 8)
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Jim Beam Devils Cut Kentucky Straight Bourbon 70cl £16.50 @ ASDA

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Great deal as this normally sells for around £25,a big step up from the normal "white" label JB and one of the better mass produced bourbons
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StuieUK34
Think I need to take a trip to Tesco & Asda!
Just need Black label JB on offer now! :D
JB Black not even stocked anywhere near me,disgrace :)
Think I need to take a trip to Tesco & Asda!
Just need Black label JB on offer now! :D
Yes but when Jim beam white label is £12 at Tesco, I can let the slight taste dive slide!
Might give this a go at that price, thanks.
Great price, as redkop says it's a big step up from the white label JB. I wish it came with a cork top though to make it feel more expensive
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Gran Turismo 5 PS3 (used) £1.39 delivered @ Music Magpie (with codes)

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Use codes SUMMERHOLIDAY20 and INSTA10 to get this price. A great racing game that will take up many hours of your time. Polyphony Digital's long-awaited PS3 exclusive mix of car racing simulation,
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£2,79 after code, as twice more as title says, INSTA10 does not work anymore...expired
Academy Edition cost me £3.07 and £2.21 after codes.
It comes to £2.51 with those codes not £1.39
£3.49 - 0.70 - 0.28 = £2.51
shooby337
You'll probably spend the next 6 months downloading the updates before you can play it.
yes, this.
fwiw get the academy edition which includes a chunk of the updates. Otherwise you will need to have your ps3 running for a week! many, many gb's been there, it hurts.
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Ribble Gran Fondo 105 (mixed) road bike £749.99

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I'm posting this again as it's come down a lot since last time. Yeah the frame is getting on a bit, the wheels are budget, ribble use their own brand brakes,tyres are 23mm and the RS500 chainset is…
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Great bike ... Worth upgrading the wheels ASAP which will make a huge difference
But if you're paying £1100, then that brings the other Ribble specials with Ultegra into budget, once you take the 5% discount into account.
jonhallwood
This might be more expensive but it can't beat this for value....

http://www.decathlon.co.uk/ultra-720-af-road-bike-ultegra-id_8331274.html


Yeah that's very good value, and decathlons customer service is beyond fantastic (really is).

But that colour scheme :{
I was going to get one of these for the comfy frame design, but got carried away on eBay and bought something a bit more racey. If it doesn't work out, then I'll be back for one of these.
This might be more expensive but it can't beat this for value....

http://www.decathlon.co.uk/ultra-720-af-road-bike-ultegra-id_8331274.html
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Bells Original Blended Scotch Whisky Miniature 5 cl (Case of 12) £3.14 (& £4.49 P&P, only one postage charge per order) @ Amazon / TheDrinkShop £7.63

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Thought this was a good price for 0.6L of Bell's whisky, but then noticed the postage only applies once per order i.e. you can get 1.2L for £10.77, 1.8L for £13.91 etc.
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And its cancelled, not surprising :)
'Preparing for Dispatch' ....................... yeah, right.
Expecting the usual cancellation email soon. :D
dereklogan7
]2 left in stock. Must be legit.

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I would love it to be legit and honoured.
I'd promise to be good for the rest of the year.
You find these are a con
Check you don't get billed after cancellation
Gone..
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Port Askaig 16 Year Old Single Malt Islay Scotch Whisky £44.99 (normally around £80) delivered at Amazon

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Not a huge amount to add to this deal, except this is an Islay single malt bottled for Speciality Drinks/Brands (owners of The Whisky Exchange). It generally sells for £70 - £80. The distillery is und…
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MattyGr
Not a deal as this is normal price albeit a good one like the 22 year lidl malt whisky that's permanently £30.


I'm afraid you are wrong. It's normal price is around £75 - £80. Yes Amazon have had it this price for a while - but not any more. Let me know if you can find this anywhere in the UK for £45 now.
Ordered, thanks OP. I've had good experiences with other non-distillery specific malts like Finlaggan & Ileach so fingers crossed
Not a deal as this is normal price albeit a good one like the 22 year lidl malt whisky that's permanently £30.
Hope it's Caol Isla; was lucky enough in October (before the £ crash) to get a 1L of the 12 year old at Schiphol/Amsterdam airport for roughly £25 flying to the UK - was a lovely drop. This seems similarly great value, heat!

Edited By: atchy82 on Jul 18, 2016 16:51: typo
theyiddo

Bunnahabhain? Is that near there (sorry, not great on my Scottish geography!)

bunnahabhain is to the north, but definitely rumoured to be one of the three!
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Whisky deals at sainsbury, inc Jura origin 10yr whisky £24.00

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Sainsbury have some nice whisky deals right now! Isle of jura 1 origin 10yr 70cl bottle for £24. Glenlivit founders reserve single malt 70cl £24. Aberlour 10yr 70cl £22 Glen moray 10yr chardon…
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Some very good offers. Jack Daniel's Master Distillers #1 for £19.
Hey, it's lovely whisky!
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Fireball Whisky 70 cl £13.99 Deal Of The Day @ Amazon Prime Exclusive

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Boyf says it's not a Lightning Deal! Fireball is made with Canadian whisky and natural cinnamon flavours In the US, Fireball is a very popular shot drink at fraternity parties. Strong…
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That early times stuff is nasty. Fireball is far superior.
If you like cinnamon this is a must try heat
got it for 2p few weeks ago...so this price seems expensive for me lol
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