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Chivas Whisky Blending kit Reduced to £6.67 at Tesco (Forge Retail Park) Glasgow
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Chivas Whisky Blending kit Reduced to £6.67 at Tesco (Forge Retail Park) Glasgow

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Posted 17th JanAvailable: Scotland (Strathclyde)

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Chivas Whisky blending kit. Was £25 before Christmas. Now £6.67 reduced to clear. There was a whole shelf full at 12pm. Contains 6 miniatures and instructions on how to blend to tour preference.

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I have seen it all now
And had to be Glasgow!!
Edited by: "vuma02" 17th Jan
Thanks. I've bought a couple.
Great price, gutted I’m not in Glasgow today!
If anyone would be kind enough to get me one I'd be happy to pay for it and postage?
Must be on the button re: minimum pricing. Excellent find.
Edited by: "greenyblades" 17th Jan
Aw buy time i get there possibly none left nice for my dad or grandad
Can anyone share what the miniatures actually are in this? From pictures I can only see that there are 4 singles malts and one grain, seemingly from different regions...
NighthawkAtTheDiner18/01/2020 09:55

Can anyone share what the miniatures actually are in this? From pictures I …Can anyone share what the miniatures actually are in this? From pictures I can only see that there are 4 singles malts and one grain, seemingly from different regions...


I wondered about this, too, but from the Amazon picture the malts appear to be labelled ‘Smokey’, ‘Floral’, etc, with no indication of their provenance.
sabu5718/01/2020 10:15

I wondered about this, too, but from the Amazon picture the malts appear …I wondered about this, too, but from the Amazon picture the malts appear to be labelled ‘Smokey’, ‘Floral’, etc, with no indication of their provenance.


A rough guess from looking at the Chivas Brothers holdings: the grain would have to be Dumbarton (they only own one grain distillery). The Smoky possibly Allt-a-Bhainne (their only peated whisky I think). 'Creamy', 'Fruity' and Citrus' doesn't give a lot to go on! Fruity might be Aberlour, but otherwise they own 14 single malt distilleries, so your guess is as good as mine!
Grain will be Strathclyde, their only operating grain distillery. Dumbarton closed about twenty years ago.
calcybones19/01/2020 11:10

Grain will be Strathclyde, their only operating grain distillery. …Grain will be Strathclyde, their only operating grain distillery. Dumbarton closed about twenty years ago.


Thanks for the correction - always nice to learn something new!
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