Beefeater Blood Orange Flavoured Gin, 70 cl now £13 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Beefeater Blood Orange Flavoured Gin, 70 cl now £13 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon

£13£18.9932%Amazon Deals
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Posted 26th Jul
  • Beefeater Blood Orange is the bold new blood orange flavoured gin from Beefeater London
  • The fresh citrus flavours of blood orange tune perfectly with the classic notes of juniper and citrus of Beefeater Gin.
  • The result is a bold finely balanced contemporary London gin with zesty notes of blood orange
  • Created by Desmond Payne, the world's most experienced Master Distiller
  • Refresh your Gin & Tonic with the Blood Orange G&T by pouring Beefeater Blood Orange over ice with tonic, garnished with a wedge of fresh blood orange.
  • The item is printed with only manufactured date
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Also £13 in Asda for people with no Amazon Prime account.
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Also £13 in Asda for people with no Amazon Prime account.
£14 @ Sainsbury's and Tesco - so slightly dearer than Asda or Amazon but maybe more accessible for non-primers
porsche911turbo26/07/2019 10:33

Also £13 in Asda for people with no Amazon Prime account.


Also £13 for the strawberry version in Asda
Heat from me, saves me having to drive to Asda, through shed loads of traffic lights and risk the car being dented in the car park, as well as the time it takes! Ordered both orange and strawberry from Amazon
shaunlowden26/07/2019 11:12

Heat from me, saves me having to drive to Asda, through shed loads of …Heat from me, saves me having to drive to Asda, through shed loads of traffic lights and risk the car being dented in the car park, as well as the time it takes! Ordered both orange and strawberry from Amazon


Only pain in the arse ordering from Amazon is having to show the driver photo id for age restricted products.
chimp14uk26/07/2019 11:45

Only pain in the arse ordering from Amazon is having to show the driver …Only pain in the arse ordering from Amazon is having to show the driver photo id for age restricted products.


Never had to do this. Guess you look younger than 18 / 21. That's a good thing
sarb_singh198026/07/2019 12:02

Never had to do this. Guess you look younger than 18 / 21. That's a good …Never had to do this. Guess you look younger than 18 / 21. That's a good thing


They've just changed their policy. Everyone who signs for any age restricted item will have to show photo id or the item will be sent back.
How feckin' ridiculous, I do not have any photo ID...passport long expired and still have a paper driving licence! I'm 56 but am unable to buy booze from amazon...****holes!!
Krinkle26/07/2019 13:07

How feckin' ridiculous, I do not have any photo ID...passport long expired …How feckin' ridiculous, I do not have any photo ID...passport long expired and still have a paper driving licence! I'm 56 but am unable to buy booze from amazon...****holes!!


Your expired passport is still photo id
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Worth a try
Heat added
chimp14uk26/07/2019 12:11

They've just changed their policy. Everyone who signs for any age …They've just changed their policy. Everyone who signs for any age restricted item will have to show photo id or the item will be sent back.


It totally depends on the self employed courier delivering to you. Some ask, some don't, one who delivers to me doesn't even knock on the door, he just runs down the side of the house and leaves the boxes round the back. I gave him a shock one day when I opened the front door as he ran past!

I guess if they are caught they won't be working for Amazon again, but I'd never complain. It makes it far more convenient. I don't really understand why Amazon are craking down on this, Naked Wines, Majestic and Virgin wines will all leave cases containing wine and spirits outside with no ID/signature.

I've missed out on some black Friday deals on booze because I wasn't in to sign, even when they missed delivery dates when I was in. I complained, but Amazon won't repeat alcohol deals when they mess up, only non-alcoholic ones. They did give me £5 or something, but that doesn't cover a £40 bottle reduced to £25.
mail4426/07/2019 14:28

It totally depends on the self employed courier delivering to you. Some …It totally depends on the self employed courier delivering to you. Some ask, some don't, one who delivers to me doesn't even knock on the door, he just runs down the side of the house and leaves the boxes round the back. I gave him a shock one day when I opened the front door as he ran past!I guess if they are caught they won't be working for Amazon again, but I'd never complain. It makes it far more convenient. I don't really understand why Amazon are craking down on this, Naked Wines, Majestic and Virgin wines will all leave cases containing wine and spirits outside with no ID/signature. I've missed out on some black Friday deals on booze because I wasn't in to sign, even when they missed delivery dates when I was in. I complained, but Amazon won't repeat alcohol deals when they mess up, only non-alcoholic ones. They did give me £5 or something, but that doesn't cover a £40 bottle reduced to £25.


I've had 2 deliveries this week. I asked both couriers whether it was really necessary, and they said that they had to input details from my driving licence into their little machine before they could give me the package otherwise they'd lose their jobs.
One of them said that Amazon were thinking about making customers upload their id at the point that they order from the website.
chimp14uk26/07/2019 14:33

I've had 2 deliveries this week. I asked both couriers whether it was …I've had 2 deliveries this week. I asked both couriers whether it was really necessary, and they said that they had to input details from my driving licence into their little machine before they could give me the package otherwise they'd lose their jobs.One of them said that Amazon were thinking about making customers upload their id at the point that they order from the website.



Wow that's crazy. I wonder how the drivers are compensated for eating into their delivery times due to this - aren't they paid per delivery?

Imagine waiting around for people to rummage around for ID..
PenguinsForAll26/07/2019 16:26

Wow that's crazy. I wonder how the drivers are compensated for eating into …Wow that's crazy. I wonder how the drivers are compensated for eating into their delivery times due to this - aren't they paid per delivery?Imagine waiting around for people to rummage around for ID..


I think that they are paid per delivery.
Today's courier said that it's really slowing them down.
chimp14uk26/07/2019 12:11

They've just changed their policy. Everyone who signs for any age …They've just changed their policy. Everyone who signs for any age restricted item will have to show photo id or the item will be sent back.


This just depends on the Amazon courier you get. Our regular one has never bothered but says he’d be fired if they find out. Good for us as the person named on the order is rarely home but all people who answer the door are >18.
Driver today asked for my date of birth, which he entered in his tablet, but didn't ask for photo id (I'm not going to be mistaken for someone under 25!). I guess that makes it harder for them to just tick the box marked "age verified" and leave the parcel by the front door.
chimp14uk26/07/2019 12:11

They've just changed their policy. Everyone who signs for any age …They've just changed their policy. Everyone who signs for any age restricted item will have to show photo id or the item will be sent back.


How long ago? Got a bottle of rum weekend just gone. Strange if it was before then. Guessing common sense is dying in this country just like elsewhere. I should ask the person dropping off the parcel if he is old enough to distribute the alcohol on Amazon's behalf, and is not being outsourced by another official Amazon driver
Edited by: "sarb_singh1980" 26th Jul
chimp14uk26/07/2019 14:33

I've had 2 deliveries this week. I asked both couriers whether it was …I've had 2 deliveries this week. I asked both couriers whether it was really necessary, and they said that they had to input details from my driving licence into their little machine before they could give me the package otherwise they'd lose their jobs.One of them said that Amazon were thinking about making customers upload their id at the point that they order from the website.


I'm sure the delivery person storing the proof of ID details in a shared database, accessable by numerous users is a breach of GDPR regulations (on many levels). There is not legal reason for this data to be stored if it's (showing age proof to drive) only purpose is to verify alcohol being hand us to someone that is not a minor. The person verifying the ID is the only person who should view the ID, and this person should be legally trained to a)handle this data b) verify the data c) not share the data with anyone licenced to access this data.
Ordered 18+ products multiple times and never been asked.

I’m sure as everyone states it varies area by area/delivery person.

Just don’t bring it up to Amazon if they don’t; and hopefully it’ll continue to be convenient!
It’s a deal, I’ve had this bought and nearly drunk it but it’s a strong flavour and not as nice or refreshing as the much dearer (£20 Asda) Tanqueray Flor De Sevilla
Dodge6226/07/2019 20:08

Driver today asked for my date of birth, which he entered in his tablet, …Driver today asked for my date of birth, which he entered in his tablet, but didn't ask for photo id (I'm not going to be mistaken for someone under 25!). I guess that makes it harder for them to just tick the box marked "age verified" and leave the parcel by the front door.


Snap...
Conspiracy moment, this is Amazon's way of collecting all of our birth dates. They already know so much about us when we order and/or from Alexa.
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