Cardhu Gold Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70 cl £25 @ Amazon
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Cardhu Gold Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70 cl £25 @ Amazon

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Found 5th Apr
great discount here also 25 pounds at asda and morrisons
  • Cardhu Gold Reserve is rich and mellow, with warm notes of baked apple and toffee
  • Master Blender has carefully selected casks to create a mouth-wateringly sweet malt whisky with a quietly spicy finish
  • 2015 Silver Outstanding Medal Winner - International Wine and Spirits Competition
  • IWSC Awards Tasting Note: Distinct honey on the nose with some clean, firm grain followed by rich malt, exotic fruit follows with mango and kiwi, some grassiness and light note of peat way in the background
  • Cardhu Gold Reserve is rich and mellow, with warm notes of baked apple and toffee
  • Master Blender has carefully selected casks to create a mouth-wateringly sweet malt whisky with a quietly spicy finish
  • 2015 Silver Outstanding Medal Winner - International Wine and Spirits Competition
  • IWSC Awards Tasting Note: Distinct honey on the nose with some clean, firm grain followed by rich malt, exotic fruit follows with mango and kiwi, some grassiness and light note of peat way in the background
    From the manufacturer
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    2921729.jpgThe CharacterMembers of the Cardhu family are intrinsically lively in character that surprise with every sip. There is a delicate, mellow, golden sunshine quality to Cardhu – reminiscent of warm, hazy afternoons spent with good friends. With its soft fruit and honey, good balance of sweetness and spice, the Cardhu family is a welcome addition to any collection.
    Cardhu Heritage
    • The Excise Act of 1824 marked the transformation of John and Helen Cummings’ cottage business into a well-respected local distillery – thanks largely to Helen’s business acumen and skill as a distiller.
    • But it was the wife of Lewis, their son, who established the character and flavour of the malt we know today. Elizabeth Cummings took over the distillery in 1872 after the death of her husband and soon registered Cardhu as a trademark.
    • She grew production every year and, by 1884, larger premises were needed. With the construction of New Cardhu nearby, Elizabeth laid the foundations for a whisky of global renown.
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    Over half of Scotland’s single malt whisky distilleries can be found within this one region. Speyside – the fertile valley of the River Spey – is the undisputed heart of single malt whisky distilling in Scotland.
    And Cardhu, with its enticing, honeyed vanilla, fresh apples and pears, conspires to create whiskies that are both sophisticated and approachable.
    Cardhu distillery – previously called Cardow – must be one of the best-located distilleries in Speyside: high on the hills on the north side of the Spey Valley with delightful views to the south.
    Though they take their name from the Gaelic for Black Rock, the malts of Cardhu have a warmth and cleanliness of taste, often described as silky, making them both elegant and approachable.
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    Cardhu 12 Year Old Food PairingThe delicate sharpness of these highland strawberry chocolate truffles pairs perfectly with Cardhu’s soft, intensely fruity quality.
    Cardhu Bartender's ChoicePlace 25ml runny honey in a glassPour Cardhu 12 Year Old (50ml), lemon juice (25ml), boiling water (75ml) and 3 cloves into the glassStir slowly and garnish with a wedge of lemon
    Cardhu Gold Food PairingCardhu’s subtle smokiness and intensely fruity quality pairs well with the delicate texture of parma ham, and the indulgent honey-sweet flavour of fresh figs.
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Usual price for this, Morrisons has it for the same. It's ok for £25, but not really a deal.
Come on now stop until it’s Friday

So much booze around .. someone stop this op from posting
HSG142 s ago

Come on now stop until it’s Friday So much booze around .. s …Come on now stop until it’s Friday So much booze around .. someone stop this op from posting


Mmmmmm, Drink!!
HSG12 m ago

You forget the link mate ..


no its 25 with amazon cannot get the specific link just add it to your basket through the amazon price.
WARNING -...This is a Cardhu Deal deal police alert.

The posting of a £25 deal for Cardhu Gold will alert the Cardhu Deal police because.

It's nearly ALWAYS £25 somewhere.
It has a artificially high RRP that makes seem like £25 a huge discount.
It has numerous postings on this site in which comments will tell you it's barely worth £25.
Edited by: "The_Bounty_Bear" 6th Apr
The_Bounty_Bear3 h, 45 m ago

WARNING -...This is a Cardhu Deal deal police alert. The posting of a £25 …WARNING -...This is a Cardhu Deal deal police alert. The posting of a £25 deal for Cardhu Gold will alert the Cardhu Deal police because. It's nearly ALWAYS £25 somewhere.It has a artificially high RRP that makes seem like £25 a huge discount.It has numerous postings on this site in which comments will tell you it's barely worth £25.


You certainly wouldnt want to pay any more that £25.00 for this. It's perfectly acceptable for what it is but only at the "offer" price.
As has been mentioned, this is generally £25 somewhere and is quite often £25 on Amazon.

I'm not one for NAS single malts, but by all accounts this is a pretty decent one - so I'd certainly not put anyone off buying themselves a bottle.

If you don't mind splashing a bit more cash, then I'd highly recommend the Bunnahabhain 12, which is currently on offer at £30 in Waitrose. Non-chill filtered, natural colour and distilled to 46.3%. For me its right up there with Old Pulteney 12 as one of my favourite affordable single malts.
Hands down the most disappointing whisky purchase of my life, not that I really hoped for much at £25 but I absolutely could not drink it straight and was forced to mix it with coke. Having said that it made an excrellent whisky and coke, so it gets points for that.
Edited by: "mirrorsaw" 6th Apr
theyiddo4 h, 24 m ago

As has been mentioned, this is generally £25 somewhere and is quite often …As has been mentioned, this is generally £25 somewhere and is quite often £25 on Amazon.I'm not one for NAS single malts, but by all accounts this is a pretty decent one - so I'd certainly not put anyone off buying themselves a bottle.If you don't mind splashing a bit more cash, then I'd highly recommend the Bunnahabhain 12, which is currently on offer at £30 in Waitrose. Non-chill filtered, natural colour and distilled to 46.3%. For me its right up there with Old Pulteney 12 as one of my favourite affordable single malts.


Indeed Bunnahabhain is a superb dram at well worth £30 -£33
Cardhu, fine if you like something that tastes like petrol
iturner26th Apr

Cardhu, fine if you like something that tastes like petrol


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