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Bulleit Bourbon -£20 at Asda. Whisky
Bulleit Bourbon -£20 at Asda. Whisky

Bulleit Bourbon -£20 at Asda. Whisky

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Back at £20 after a long time at £25. Excellent bourbon at £25 a real bargain at £20. Just in time for Xmas.

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Great deal.

Same price at Amazon for those who can't get to an Asda

Anyone tried the Rye version ? and is it any good ?

tried this with Dr Pepper and ice luvvly

Arthur Brexit

paid £16.44 on a lightening deal last year. this is still a good price though.

BigBlueDot

Anyone tried the Rye version ? and is it any good ?


Yes. And yes.

This post is misleading. I thought I was going to get £20 for buying this

this is OK but nothing special.

Rye one is good, never tried the bourbon

You'll struggle to get a better bourbon for £20.

BigBlueDot

Anyone tried the Rye version ? and is it any good ?



​Yes, slightly more peppery than the other but not like a totally different experience - for me at least. Still lovely.

Woodford Reserve is available for £22. Any suggestions please, and preference on which to recommend (also possibly on Buffalo Trace as well)? Appreciate taste is subjective...

Ravenelli

Woodford Reserve is available for £22. Any suggestions please, and … Woodford Reserve is available for £22. Any suggestions please, and preference on which to recommend (also possibly on Buffalo Trace as well)? Appreciate taste is subjective...



​I've never tried WR. BT is beautiful but shouldn't be more than 18 quid on offer. Bulleit is good stuff as it's robust enough to taste the difference in a mixer or with water (solid or liquid state). Bang for buck, though, it's hard to beat Jim Beam at a tenner a bottle.

If you can wait a bit, Amazon had tons of offers over the Black Friday period last year. I picked up some lovely Mellow Corn and Rittenhouse Rye, both BiB and, therefore, 50 abv.

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Ravenelli

Woodford Reserve is available for £22. Any suggestions please, and … Woodford Reserve is available for £22. Any suggestions please, and preference on which to recommend (also possibly on Buffalo Trace as well)? Appreciate taste is subjective...



Not much in it. Either would be a good buy at the prices quoted.

Excuse my complete lack of knowledge. But is this something that a jack Daniels fan would like?

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kavanaghtownsend

Excuse my complete lack of knowledge. But is this something that a jack … Excuse my complete lack of knowledge. But is this something that a jack Daniels fan would like?



If you have only ever had JD you will wake up a realise that you have been drinking a sub standard product all these years. I would never drink standard JD again after trying Bulleit, Woodford and any other number of superior Bourbons and American whiskeys .

malcoa

Rye one is good, never tried the bourbon


I tried the rye version, didn't like it at all, but the regular bourbon I've been through 4 bottles this year. Woodford Reserve is similar, between the two I find Bulleit smoother, and goes well in a mixer also.

I'm not a whiskey connoisseur tho, tend to prefer smooth easy going bourbons.

And yes again, but I think rye is a more acquired taste than bourbon.
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