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Black Bottle Whisky 70cl . £14 at Amazon (41% discount). lighting deal
Black Bottle Whisky 70cl .  £14 at Amazon (41% discount). lighting deal

Black Bottle Whisky 70cl . £14 at Amazon (41% discount). lighting deal

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Act fast only around 55% of stock left and 2 hours at time of posting. I have never tried this but it is another one I will crossing of the "100 whiskies to try before you die"

At £14 it hardly a big gamble !!

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Hot deal down to discount - Blended ... I wont risk it Thanks anyway..

I got one at a few months back at £18 which I thought was the normal price, think Amazon are being a bit sneaky on the price :-) At £14 its worth a go, better than most of the stuff at this price point

Thanks for posting

Tried this a while back it's pretty good for a blend ,better than similar priced blends I think.

Decent stuff for £14. Ralfy review.

Strange how premium wines are blended from multiple grape varietals to iron out imperfections, yet with whisky it is a practice associated with lack of quality.

badgerpelt

Strange how premium wines are blended from multiple grape varietals to … Strange how premium wines are blended from multiple grape varietals to iron out imperfections, yet with whisky it is a practice associated with lack of quality.



Because most blends uses cheap grains spirits, add colouring and flavouring as part of the blend.

BigBlueDot

Because most blends uses cheap grains spirits, add colouring and … Because most blends uses cheap grains spirits, add colouring and flavouring as part of the blend.



Some. Not most

Original Poster

>90% of whisky exported is blended. There are some shockers out there sure but there are some really nice ones as well.

End of the day drink what you like and what you can afford. You don't have spend a fortune to enjoy good whisky

BigBlueDot

Because most blends uses cheap grains spirits, add colouring and … Because most blends uses cheap grains spirits, add colouring and flavouring as part of the blend.



You may know, but unless a Single Malt Scotch Whiskey is "single cask" it is a blend of different Whiskys from a single distillery and is even allowed a little E150A caramel colouring. "Blended" whisky is just a blend of whiskys from different distilleries with the possible addition of grain whisky ( though not all do) . And that addition of grain doesn't necessarily make an unpleasant drink, indeed Single Grain Whisky is beginning to make something of a name for itself.

People really under estimate blended whisky
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