Balvenie Double Wood Single Malt Scotch Whisky 12 Years Old 20cl - £5 Asda in-store
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Balvenie Double Wood Single Malt Scotch Whisky 12 Years Old 20cl - £5 Asda in-store

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Found 1st Apr 2016
The Balvenie Double Wood Single Malt Scotch Whisky 12 Years Old 20cl bottle reduced from £15 to £5. Comes in cylinder box. A great deal considering the 70cl bottle is £37. Found in ASDA Stevenage, may be nationwide.

The Balvanie Doublewood acquires its complex yet rich and smooth taste from its maturation in two different types of oak cask. First Cask Whisky Oak Many years of maturation in Traditional whisky casks mellows the maturing spirit and Imparts Warming Layers of vanilla spiciness. Second Cask Sherry Oak Further maturation in European oak Sherry cask increases complexity, bringing fruity, honeyed Depths to the resulting Single Malt. Double Wood The traditional crafts of malt whisky making still flourish at the Balvenie distillery. The Balvenie Distillery has been owned and managed by the same independent family company for Five Generations. Nowhere else will you find a distillery that still grows its own barley, still malts in its own traditional floor maltings and still employs a Team of Coopers to tend all the casks and a Coppersmith to maintain the stills. The fifth rare craft is that of Malt Master, David Stewart. Over fifty years of experience enables him to Skillfully use different types of cask and different ages of spirit to craft The Balvenie range of single malts. Each expression has a distinctive taste, but all share a rich, honeyed character.
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Hot, bargain, £25 per litre, nice whisky too
There were a few good deals in my local Asda last night. I got some Glengoyne whiskey (in a box type thing) at £15 a bottle. Shelf price said £32. Not a whiskey drinker but I am a bargain hunter
Would work out at £17.50 for a 70cl bottle, so definitely hot - not sure why it was cold there for a moment.
georgieboy123

There were a few good deals in my local Asda last night. I got some … There were a few good deals in my local Asda last night. I got some Glengoyne whiskey (in a box type thing) at £15 a bottle. Shelf price said £32. Not a whiskey drinker but I am a bargain hunter



How did you know it'd scan at £15 was it just a case of taking it to the till and taking a gamble?
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Sorry there was a reduced sticker on it but shelf label with original price was still there too
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