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Buffalo Trace Straight Bourbon Whiskey 70cl £16.00 at Morrisons

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Buffalo Trace Straight Bourbon Whiskey 70cl reduced from £20 to £16 in Morrisons. I noticed this in my local Morrisons supermarket tonight. I've not seen Buffalo Trace bourbon this cheap before, th…
Handsome_Tom Avatar3h, 41m agoFound 3 hours, 41 minutes ago1 Comment
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Hot price. My go to Bourbon and nice with coke or straight leaving the good stuff for special occasions. Also sure I saw the 8 year aged is stopping due to demand, [i]might be wrong [i]. I'll be buying a couple of bottles tomorrow ;)
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Glayva Whisky Liqueur 50cl @ Sainsbury's £13.00

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Glayva Whisky Liqueur 50cl Usually £18 now £13 at Sainsburys online Given a bottle for my birthday and it's lovey on the rocks.
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markvirgo
[quote=Holeinone] Possibly still on offer at Tesco, 2 for £20 amongst other spirits Bells etc... Worth a check.
Not in my local or online at this time.
Said it was worth a check, thanks for updating my post.[/quI've just checked, it came under the header of Three Barrels Brandy 70CL.Two For £20.00 @ Tesco. It ended 20/9/16 oh well, was worth a try.
markvirgo
Holeinone
Possibly still on offer at Tesco, 2 for £20 amongst other spirits Bells etc... Worth a check.
Not in my local or online at this time.
Said it was worth a check, thanks for updating my post.
Holeinone
Possibly still on offer at Tesco, 2 for £20 amongst other spirits Bells etc... Worth a check.

Not in my local or online at this time.
Possibly still on offer at Tesco, 2 for £20 amongst other spirits Bells etc... Worth a check.
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Haig Club single grain whisky £17.00 Morrisons online and in store

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Came across this in Morrisons. Seems to be cheapest price out there.
branx77 Avatar4d, 5h agoFound 4 days, 5 hours ago30 Comments
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I would rather buy a bottle of Evian for £17 than buy Haig Club.

Edited By: Sharp7 on Sep 26, 2016 08:53
Single grain 'cheap' whiskies like this are generally terrible, far too harsh. Tasted the Haig Club (3x the price) and that was not good for what it cost. Normally need blending into a better taste. The fact that Simon Fuller and DB7 are 'brand ambassadors' for this phish, keeps me well away from this overpriced drink.

By the way, about 5 years ago, Bells as a superb drink as Malt Whiskey sales had really fallen so Bells used a higher percentage and for a year or two produced some nice stuff. Unfortunately Malt prices are high at the moment, so the quality has suffered.

If you want to spend £17 on a bottle, try Ballantines and avoid the hyped Haig stuff
you just get a single grain the bottle???
It's not that bad, wouldn't buy it again at the full price, but at £17 will probably get some in.
plodging
Don't lidl and aldi sell much better malts than this for about the same price ?
lidl sell ben bracken a nice drop
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Haig club clubman single malt whisky 70cl only £18.00 @asda online and instore

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Cant beat this price .well worth the money Got 3 from instore today Instock online for same price
dili123in Avatar1w, 5h agoFound 1 week, 5 hours ago22 Comments
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thanks for sharing. ordered.
gsk
Hi. Mr Pedantic here. It's a single grain whiskey rather than single malt.


​Mr Pedantic here as well. I thought this was whisky, not whiskey.
flamethrower
not very good reviews though

Different drinks. That's Haig Club, this is Haig Clubman.
I liked it. I got it in Tescos for £18 2 weeks ago and had it drunk in a day. Have some heat
tooner
Asda suggests you mix it with coke. That tells me all I need to know!


​JD mixes best with coke.
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Bulleit Rye 70Cl £25.00 Tesco

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Usually around £30. On offer at Tesco for £25. Brilliant rye whiskey.
Joemobro Avatar1w, 15h agoFound 1 week, 15 hours ago5 Comments
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Is it just me, or is Bulleit not that great? I find it pretty harsh and would rather buy Buffalo Trace or Woodford reserve at the same/similar price point.
Not tried the Rye though.
They just happen to be the same price here in the UK sometimes, Woodford is a step above bulleit, not fair to compare. And I think it's just you that doesn't find bulleit that great.

Edited By: umirza85 on Sep 20, 2016 20:12
Is it just me, or is Bulleit not that great? I find it pretty harsh and would rather buy Buffalo Trace or Woodford reserve at the same/similar price point.

Not tried the Rye though.

Edited By: Spartan88 on Sep 19, 2016 14:47
Just for information, the regular Bulleit Bourbon is currently £22 in Sainsburys:

http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/bourbon-irish-whisky-imported-whisky/bulleit-bourbon-frontier-whiskey-70cl
Thanks OP, hits the Rye spot as I cant find regular Crown Royal for a decent price anywhere.
Love the regular Bulleit, would like to give this a shot :)
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£20.00 for two 0.7 Bells Whisky means £10 per one 0.7 bottle. instore and online. @ Tesco

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use this link for now as main link does not work. http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/tesco-price-comparison/Spirits/Bells_Original_Blended_Scotch_Whisky_700ml.html?TrackingCode=101.atrpWyzoVE2KJ5OEktIw…
ficler1977 Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago7 Comments
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gordons gin and other spirits aye on the saame deal
Urghhh no. It's cheap for a reason, and that reason is that it's rubbish.
Just got out my casio chunky 80s calculator and after a few gos, I can confirm that £20 divided by 2 is in fact £10 as stated by the op. Maths is fun
I like a drop of whiskey, but bells tastes like sucking a diluted bonfire though a tramps sock.

Still, voted hot as some people have no gag reflex it seems :p:p:p
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Two for £20 deal on spirits,beer and cider posted earlier





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Elijah Craig Small Batch Bourbon 12 Year Old £26.00 @ Marks & Spencer

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A member here once said this could be had at M&S for under £30, but none near me stocked it. Finally stumbled across it this morning at M&S Victoria (Cardinal Place), and it fell into my basket. No…
atchy82 Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago9 Comments
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its a nice bourbon for this price. have some heat from me
sazza6969
12 years old?
Gotta be out of date.


​Isn't it under age then?
escortboy
tebbo65
Lovely Bourbon. Defo one of my favourites alongside Knob Creek. Has been cheaper on Amazon but "that was then this is now"!
Nice heat on the tipple and hot for the deal.
Haha haha you just said knob creek!!!http://memesvault.com/wp-content/uploads/Laughing-Then-Crying-Gif-Tumblr-04.gif
Always like a nip of me Knob in the evening!!!!
got this for christmas present last year, very nice, bit too strong for my liking I preferred the Jim beam black especially when tesco had it for a £10 A few years ago.
has always been this price in Torquay. one of the best in my opinion.
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Various Single Malt Whisky Deals Amazon prime £25.00 delivered

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Some good Single Malt Whisky Deals Amazon prime @ £25 and under delivered Highland Park 12 Year Old Orkney Malt Whisky Bottle, 70cl Strathisla 12 Year Old Scotch Malt Whisky, 70 cl Auchentoshan Ame…
buckiebull Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago7 Comments
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wakeywarrior
Monkey Shoulder is 23- blended single malt but supremely quaff-able.
Aye, I love this stuff too and I once worked at the bottling hall in dufftown for Glenfiddich distillery about twenty odd years ago where we got a free bottle once in a while :D
Nice!
wakeywarrior
Monkey Shoulder is 23- blended single malt but supremely quaff-able.
Aye, I love this stuff too and I once worked at the bottling hall in dufftown for Glenfiddich distillery about twenty odd years ago where we got a free bottle once in a while :D
Monkey Shoulder is 23- blended single malt but supremely quaff-able.
Jura Superstition was £25 a a few days ago.
Bad times haha that does sound bad :_(
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Talisker Skye Single Malt Whisky (70cl) (Alcohol by volume: 45.8%) was £35.00 now £25.00 @ Sainsbury's

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This deal ends next Tuesday 20th September Talisker Skye Single Malt Whisky (70cl) (Alcohol by volume: 45.8%) was £35.00 now £25.00
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Talisker 10 is the one I go for- possibly my favourite of about the dozen whiskeys I have bought so far
Lovely Whisky cheers op
I don't usually like peaty Whisky but tried this last Christmas and really liked it. Great value at this price
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Jameson Irish Whisky 70cl £15.49 (Prime) @ Amazon £17.48

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Jameson is £15.49 on Amazon at the moment
pritkaran Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago5 Comments
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kenzo
Good price! Also £18 in sainsburys ATM
Is there a minimum withdrawal on this offer, I used the ATM at Sainsbury but no offer of any whisky.
Maybe only on whiskEy like this is, and not whisky.oO
2 x 35cl - £16 at Asda
kenzo
Good price! Also £18 in sainsburys ATM
Is there a minimum withdrawal on this offer, I used the ATM at Sainsbury but no offer of any whisky.
Good price! Also £18 in sainsburys ATM
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Jack Daniel's Gift Tin Whiskey 1.75 Litre - £39.99 @ Amazon

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Looks like the cheapest available at the moment (£22.85 / l). Can be used as a gift as well :)
muton Avatar2w, 8h agoFound 2 weeks, 8 hours ago25 Comments
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krisward7955
aj_nu
Good deal, none of the supermarkets have been lower than £25 per litre recently.

Morrisons were £20 a Litre a few weeks ago


Was £20 in Sainsbury's too. Got some novelty value if 1.75l, so worth some heat
presterjohn71
Please don't buy this for bourbon or Whiskey fans. If they are JD fans fine but most people who drink American whiskey do not rate JD at all. You could buy a fantastic bottle of good quality aged single barrel stuff for less than the price of this. I personally would be gutted to receive this as a present knowing what the best part of £40 could actually have bought me.

JD is less than half the price of the pretentious bourbons so why even compare them?

Its like saying Bells isnt as good as Glenmorangie, duh!
Not kean on JD, tastes like coconut to me. Bought this as a gift and put it away in the cupboard. A week later, post pub, drank the lot with a mate. Now £39 down and hangover lasted 2 days.
hatton420
One of the most overrated whiskey on the market.


Bit like your opinion
krisward7955
wrepete
Just ordered one, thanks.
When it turns up can you see if a £1 coin will fit in the top. I want something this size to store some nuggets
Nuggets how apt???
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Glenlivet Founder's Reserve Scotch Whisky 40%,70 cl £22.40 del Amazon

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A decent malt with plenty of good reviews.
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​Thanks for the info BA. I have an unopened bottle of 12 which I'm saving to see what happens with prices. Seems to be about 40 these days.
Very artificial tasting. Almost plastic. Nowhere near in the same league as the Glenlivet 12 which it replaces. Google says this new whisky typically contains 6 year old whisky which is why it has a name rather than an age statement on the bottle
antspam
Anyone here tried it? Better or worse than the 12 it replaced?
Worse and by a long chalk. Might consider it at £12-15 a bottle.
Ok, not truly awful, but for £22 there's better out there - supermarkets have offers all the time on single malts.
Not as bad as what everybodys making out im opinum , worth £22
antspam
Anyone here tried it? Better or worse than the 12 it replaced?


Well renowned to be far worse. Wouldn't even buy at this price. Cynical no age statement quality and cost cutting.
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Cragganmore 12 Year Old Single Malt Speyside Whisky (70 cl) £25.99 delivered @ Amazon

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Can't say I know much about this single malt - seems to get decent reviews though (and has the obligatory award or 2 from IWCS...etc). Price is about £10 cheaper than anywhere else at the moment. T…
theyiddo Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago4 Comments
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Got a bottle arriving tomorrow - although currently having a nice drop of Old Pulteney.

By the way, for any single malt fans out there, Highland Park 12 yr old is £25 at Amazon still.
One of my favourite Whisky's, recommended for people who prefer a milder taste and after taste.
Heat purely because it's a whisky deal X):p
ordered, thanks.
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Should be expired!
Back to £34
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whisky
Whisky or whiskey, both correct
No
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philrrobinson
whisky
Whisky or whiskey, both correct


​whiskey is Irish or American not scottish.
£24 at Morrisson's currently
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Jameson Irish Whiskey 40%, 150 cl @ AmazonFresh only £19.92 (£13.28 / l)

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Jameson Irish Whiskey 1.5 Litre Bottle, Triple distilled, Finest grain whiskey, 40 % alcohol by volume.
Marmara Avatar3w, 4h agoFound 3 weeks, 4 hours ago3 Comments
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Shame not in my area, just ordered my dad 70cl bottle for £15.49 (next cheapest I could find was £17)
Begob!
Cheers.
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Ballantines finest blended scotch whiskey £14.49 (Prime) @ Amazon £17.48

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RRP £20.75 this is a nice whiskey and comes boxed if its a gift
mutter6 Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago5 Comments
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£14.49 pretty good. Not seen it that cheap before.
Not my taste in whisky, but voted hot.
What kills me is when I travel to Europe and see this particular whisky being sold in supermarkets at €15 for a 1L bottle. (Granted, the pound is pathetic against the euro now but 5 months ago it wasn't)
£20in Tesco
Yeah
very nice one but you can buy it in morrisons for £15 the price from last weekend. normally £20 so... hot;)
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Aberlour 16 Year Old Double Cask Matured Single Malt Scotch Whisky (70cl) £36.00 delivered @ Amazon

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A cracking 16 year old Highland single malt from Aberlour. Cheapest price I've seen it on Amazon apart from the occasional Lightning Deal around Father's Day or Xmas! Temporarily out of stock, but
theyiddo Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago14 Comments
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I picked up a bottle of this (yes, the 16yo) from Waitrose a fee days ago knocked down to this price, maybe worth trying local branch.
theyiddo
MattyGr
Out of stock - on the few occasions I've ordered OOS whisky from Amazon it's taken 4 and 7 weeks to arrive. Good price though.
And on the odd occasion that's happened to me with whisky, its come into stock within a day or 2, and a week at the latest


Not in my experience. My Laphroaig was left outside for a week as I was on holiday - 7 weeks after I ordered it. I don't order anything thats OOS from Amazon anymore. They quite often put whisky on offer when they have limited stock which is fairly pointless.
MattyGr
Out of stock - on the few occasions I've ordered OOS whisky from Amazon it's taken 4 and 7 weeks to arrive. Good price though.

And on the odd occasion that's happened to me with whisky, its come into stock within a day or 2, and a week at the latest
Out of stock - on the few occasions I've ordered OOS whisky from Amazon it's taken 4 and 7 weeks to arrive. Good price though.
Lovely drop, this! Heat :) Thanks OP
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the glenlivet nadurra whisky £16.25 @ amazon

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First time posting deal from phone but spotted this and had to share it
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summerof76
Great deal that I missed :(

it`s ok Summer, nobody managed to order one X)<3
Great deal that I missed :(
Yes..... lots of people managed to order as it was advertised on 10 ways :)
Did anybody manage to order before it expired?
My mouth was watering when I clicked it, too late
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Glenlivet 15 yo French Oak whisky £24.00 - in store Morrisons Scunthorpe

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Usually over 35 notes but not even marked as a special price. Very nice smooth malt.
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Interesting, I posted it as store-specific. Seems strange to expire it when it could still benefit someone.
antspam
Anyone know why this has been expired?
I'm guessing it was a store specific deal?
Anyone know why this has been expired?
antspam
gemlew
Also what size is the bottle please


​Bottle is 70cl. It said 24 on the shelf label but I didn't believe it so asked them to scan it at the checkout. I was expecting an argument about the labelling but it went straight through at 24.


:D cool thanks
gemlew
Also what size is the bottle please


​Bottle is 70cl. It said 24 on the shelf label but I didn't believe it so asked them to scan it at the checkout. I was expecting an argument about the labelling but it went straight through at 24.
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Jamesons Whiskey on offer at Morrisons for 15.00

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Found this in Morrisons this afternoon at 15.00. I believe its the cheapest around currently. Would have been rude not to have bought some - so bought 2x bottles!
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kalvinlions
MattyGr
kalvinlions
Not that great in terms of price. My local Offy sell for £12 a bottle last I looked,I Prefer Grouse instead.
When did you last look, 1998?
The standard RRP of this is £22 in supermarkets and it's rare for anywhere to undercut them
1923

What a doofus.
MattyGr
kalvinlions
Not that great in terms of price. My local Offy sell for £12 a bottle last I looked,I Prefer Grouse instead.
When did you last look, 1998?
The standard RRP of this is £22 in supermarkets and it's rare for anywhere to undercut them
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kalvinlions
Not that great in terms of price. My local Offy sell for £12 a bottle last I looked,I Prefer Grouse instead.

When did you last look, 1998?

The standard RRP of this is £22 in supermarkets and it's rare for anywhere to undercut them
kalvinlions
Not that great in terms of price. My local Offy sell for £12 a bottle last I looked,I Prefer Grouse instead.

Moan moan moan! Who let the hotuk Police out? :p


Edited By: geordiehsk123 on Aug 29, 2016 15:24
Not that great in terms of price. My local Offy sell for £12 a bottle last I looked,I Prefer Grouse instead.

Edited By: kalvinlions on Aug 29, 2016 12:53
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Stay in a converted whisky barrel. Yeah really! £23.00pppn from Holiday Pirates.

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Breakfast, Internet & Heating included. Location is Forres in the north of Scotland. Check out this opportunity to stay in a boutique converted whisky barrel!
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got to be worth a punt, look what happened to oblix when he fell into the cauldron...
Forres is home to Benromach distillery and Dhallas Dhu historic distillery which is well worth a visit. Easy driving distance from Inverness. thoroughly recommended Fort George and Culloden for day trips.
Flowerdew
Dram-atic scenery guaranteed!
Actually No it's not. That first image is Dunnottar Castle just outside Stonehaven. Which is about 100 miles from Forres.
( though I did see your play on words)
Looks like you're on a roll with this deal :)
Heat Sink
Muir
I'd be worried about how many previous guests have licked the walls.


​I would be more worried about how many have **** the walls


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Fireball Whisky @ Amazon for £14.99 Prime (£19.74 non-Prime)

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Fireball Whiskey - Amazon deal of the day. Apparently mixes well with apple juice!
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Still got plenty left of my 12p bargain a few months ago
Never seen it over £14.99???
Decent price for a nice tipple. No mixer, have it straight as a shot.
Definitely mixes well with apple juice
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Laphroaig 10 Years Whisky at Amazon for £26.50

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One of my favorites. Lovely smokey Islay whisky Also this price in Asda. Probably price matched by Amazon.
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One of my favourites! Thank you.
Thanks for posting - have ordered
Great price - very tempted
PR1
backinstock
I love this whisky.Sadly, I'm off spirits at the moment!
You don't have to down it tonight... ;-)
Thanks.
I tell my wife something similar with a box of chocolates. :D
backinstock
I love this whisky.Sadly, I'm off spirits at the moment!
You don't have to down it tonight... ;-)
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Isle of Jura Elixir 12 Year Old Malt Whisky 70cl Sainsbury's Only £26.00

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Excellent Isle of Jura Elixir 12 Year Old Single Malt Whisky 12 Yr Old : Save £9.00 was £35 Use below link http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/isle-of-jura-elixir-12-year-old-malt-whi…
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Seems a good deal at this price, it's £45 at masterofmalt, can't really find it elsewhere.
Delicious stuff this.
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Jack Daniel's Tennessee Sour Mash (or) Honey Whiskey 1L £20.00 @ Sainsbury's

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Excellent :) http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/jack-daniels-1l http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/jack-daniels-tennessee-honey-1l Jack Daniel's Tennessee Sour Mash Whi…
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hot:)
Finished
I'm happy with this just done max order, ocado don't deliver near me, also hopefully like last xmas they all do the £15 like last year well morrisons did thanks OP
Anyone got luck with ocado code stacking?
Good price for a litre of JD but personally I'd rather spend the money on a bottle of Buffalo Trace.
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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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Just received a £3 off a £30 spend voucher in the post so it looks like I'm off to Morrisons - thanks Op
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

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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)
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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
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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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.




​Come on motherfunk, stop feeding the troll. It'll be back at school in a couple of weeks, just ignore it till then.
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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
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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
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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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and its imported so made in the us.if you like it....it's a deal.also now £20 for 1l at Saintsburys
I like good whisky.their is a place for jd.i like the brand and taste.honey with lemonade is great.
If it's spelt with an e it's not whisky! Saying that a present for the missus birthday sorted!
Thats breakfast sorted!
Me sold then cheers OP
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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.
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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 love my Bourbons and American whiskey in general. I have not had super expensive stuff but I have had a few bottles of varying brands that were around the £35.00 mark and some for as low as £11. WT 81 is one of the worst Bourbons I have bought so far. In spite of what some have said. Jim Beam white label is a much better drink and can often be had for £12.00. Better still would be the award-winning 6-year-old Western Gold from Lidl which you can get for £15.50. The best bargain brands for me though cost a bit more and I highly rate Buffalo Trace and Bulleit Bourbon. WT 101 is supposed to be pretty good but the crappy 81 has put me off ever trying it.
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.
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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.
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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
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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