Aberlour Malt Whisky 70Cl half price £16@Tesco Instore (Online but OOS i exepect in some stores now)
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Aberlour Malt Whisky 70Cl half price £16@Tesco Instore (Online but OOS i exepect in some stores now)

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Found 7th Dec 2013
Tesco are selling Aberlour Malt Whisky 70Cl half price @ £16 - deal date shows until the 9th of December so couple of days left to pickup a huge bargain

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Thanks for the heads up.

Is this in store as well, or only online?

Original Poster

GordanFish

Is this in store as well, or only online?



Hoping someone might confirm - I'm assuming as online it will be but I think you can check if it is in your store by adding to the basket online?

Bargain and lovely stuff. Is it instore as well?

Just bought a bottle in store Kidsgrove, Stoke-on-Trent

was flying off the shelves at £20 is asda (£25-32) in other stores so £16 is cracking. Is a nice whiskey - got a couple at asda

It's awful whisky

Scorching. Beautiful stuff. Keep buying it my dad knowing he won't finish it so I help my self when I attend.

OOS

"Sorry, this product is currently not available."
Edited by: "snagzie" 7th Dec 2013

This was £18 in Asda in July. Seems to be regularly on offer.

good offer - thanks

Nice have some heat

thanks!

product unavailable

more warm felling in belly than heat ;P

Not my favourite single malt, but bloody excellent at this price.

P-A-R-T......Y(why?)) because i got2!!!

just been instore to get this, none on shelves but asked a member of staff who happily went into store room for another box.

Deal disappears when I log in from my Scottish location....
I'm big, I can take the pain....
MWAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Yep just disappeared from my order haflway through too...

PowerMovesOnly

It's awful whisky



nonsense its a decent Speyside - it just needs to be left for a few mins after pouring and benefits from a drop of water.

PowerMovesOnly

It's awful whisky



I think it's very nice, but this deal is unavalilable online now.

Sorry, this product is currently not available.

I think I can recall this was a good drink.or maybe I can,t.

just been instore to get this, none on shelves but asked a member of staff who happily went into store room for another box.

This is a very pleasant and drinkable Speyside single malt. It's by no means a world-beater, but it's a very decent whisky which will appeal to most palates.

At this price it's an absolute bargain. I paid £20 at Asda three weeks ago and thought that was a good deal.

and me but grab the last one in Tescos Romford

Needs an edit to be in-store as well. And unexpired. Plenty in oxford road store in reading. Priced up wrong but scans at 16.

loads left at my local!

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100mongoose100

loads left at my local!



Quickly, snatch them all up!! pity its not 1litre

DHALL

nonsense its a decent Speyside - it just needs to be left for a few mins … nonsense its a decent Speyside - it just needs to be left for a few mins after pouring and benefits from a drop of water.



What is that all about?

Meathotukdeals

What is that all about?



I'm no whisky expert but doesn't a drop of water help open the flavouring (although I hear this technique is only useful in some whiskies and not others) and I assume the air thing does something similar. We were always taught to slurp wine fairly loudly to allow as much air into the liquid as possible - not sure if this applies to whisky?!

Had some in store at Cambridge Cherry Hinton store was a few left an hour ago

Meathotukdeals

What is that all about?



Letting it breatheOne often overlooked question is that of how long you … Letting it breatheOne often overlooked question is that of how long you should leave your whisky to breathe; that is letting it sit it the glass for a certain period of time, undisturbed. It may seem an unusual concept but it soon becomes obvious that this little consideration can have a large effect on the taste of your whisky. Oxidisation, the process that occurs when your whisky is exposed to the air can dramatically change the initial taste from the moment you pour until you drain the last dregs in your glass. Many whiskies can come into their own just by being allowed to sit for a little while before being tasted. On the other hand another whisky can reach its peak very early after pouring and will not benefit from the extra exposure to the air. It's difficult to predict how each whisky will behave, but fun to experiment!

I got a bottle form Roker this afternoon.

Picked a bottle at Twickenham 30 mins ago. Plenty on shelf, not marked half price though. Girl at the till confirmed it was £16.

Sweetchuck



Interesting because if it is about oxidation some turbulence at the surface and a larger surface area would help oxidation rather than letting it sit?

why is this expired? its available in store nationwide

Original Poster

mart321

why is this expired? its available in store nationwide



Have changed the title to try and reflect comments - not sure how to un-expire a deal?

Glasgow Silverburn had plenty of bottles this afternoon. Definitely available at this ridiculously low price!

not expired I bought 1 tonight
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