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American Tincup whiskey 70cl £25 @ Asda
American Tincup whiskey 70cl £25 @ Asda

American Tincup whiskey 70cl £25 @ Asda

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Tried for first time last night . Cannot be called a Bourbon as it has been blended but a very nice Bourbon in everything but the name .

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This isn't a bad tipple and quite a cool bottle of you like the look of them too

nice stuff

£25 will get you a £30/£35 bottle of 12yo Scottish malt whisky - as there is always something on offer in the supermarket. So i can't see that £25 for an unknown blend is anything but cold.


M_z

£25 will get you a £30/£35 bottle of 12yo Scottish malt whisky - as there … £25 will get you a £30/£35 bottle of 12yo Scottish malt whisky - as there is always something on offer in the supermarket. So i can't see that £25 for an unknown blend is anything but cold.


Well the principle of the site is that the goods are a decent price - which this is - not I prefer something else

Badpoet

Well the principle of the site is that the goods are a decent price - … Well the principle of the site is that the goods are a decent price - which this is - not I prefer something else



Why compare a scotch to a bourbon? Apples and pears?

mpturner2001

Why compare a scotch to a bourbon? Apples and pears?



​exactly. ...One is a drink, the other is a biscuit

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M_z

£25 will get you a £30/£35 bottle of 12yo Scottish malt whisky - as there … £25 will get you a £30/£35 bottle of 12yo Scottish malt whisky - as there is always something on offer in the supermarket. So i can't see that £25 for an unknown blend is anything but cold.



That makes no sense. The £25/30 could just as easily be an unknown to you. Besides which they are very different experiences

This is an OK bourbon with a novelty 'tin cup' and is a bit different, but tbh JD is better.

lookatmywadd

This is an OK bourbon with a novelty 'tin cup' and is a bit different, … This is an OK bourbon with a novelty 'tin cup' and is a bit different, but tbh JD is better.



​JD like to distinguish themselves from bourbon as a Tenesee Sour Mash but I think that's just a marketing thing.

For years I only drank scotch but recently started getting into other whiskies - rye, corn, etc. My favourite discoveries so far have been bottled in bond and, if you can afford/find it, Stranahan's Colorado Whisky is beautiful. I got someone to bring some back from the US for me.
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