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Dalwhinnie Winter's Gold Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky 70cl, 43% ABV - £25 @ Amazon

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  • Dalwhinnie winter's gold is a highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky from one of the highest and coldest distilleries in scotland, to which this edition is inspired by, as the label remarks, it was crafted by the cold
  • Dalwhinnie Winter's Gold Single Malt Scotch Whisky is an indulgent, honeyed Dalwhinnie single malt that is comforting, rich and sweet, with notes of heather, peat and a spicy warmth
  • Embrace the cool climate from which Dalwhinnie hails and enjoy neat, straight from the freezer
  • Chilled to perfection, Dalwhinnie's heather-honeyed charms find new depths when paried with crème brûlée or bread and butter pudding
  • Dalwhinnie Winter’s Gold makes an ideal gift for special occasions and as an introduction to Dalwhinnie and Single Malt Whiskies
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    swedishmax27/05/2022 20:53

    Yes, even for £25 it isn’t worth it. Another NAS release, not a great dr …Yes, even for £25 it isn’t worth it. Another NAS release, not a great drink


    Just because something is NAS, doesn't mean it's bad. Try Ardbeg Uigeadail, Glen Scotia Victoriana, Arran Sherry Cask etc and then say NAS are all rubbish...

    However, having said that, this is pretty damned bad Is drinkable if you do keep it in the freezer but you shouldn't need to. It's stuff like this that gave NAS a bad name. It's a shame as the original Dalwhinnie 15 is probably the first single malt I tasted and really liked.
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    Damo6628/05/2022 07:10

    The real question here is ....what does NAS mean?


    No age statement

    Older whisky is more expensive because you lose whisky in the barrel to evaporation

    Older whisky is also generally seen as better

    However some people fixate on the age

    There has been a trend towards more distilleries not putting ages on single malts, which used to only happen with blends and budget

    Some people would say this is just to allow distilleries to use cheaper, younger whiskies

    The distilleries would say this gives them the flexibility to use barrels with the right profile regardless of age
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    Got some for less last year.
    It's okay with ice but not great without.
    I've had better blended to be honest.
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    "Gold" marketing BS to sell NAS and make you forget whisky drinkers are getting robbed by distilleries making us pay the same for a 3-5 YO as the 10-12 YO we used to get

    Dalwhinnie, Cardhu, Mccallan and all the rest that put turnover/revenue over quality (edited)
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    Standard price and not worth half that
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    Yes, even for £25 it isn’t worth it. Another NAS release, not a great drink
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    The real question here is ....what does NAS mean?
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    scotthugh3s27/05/2022 21:24

    Just because something is NAS, doesn't mean it's bad. Try Ardbeg …Just because something is NAS, doesn't mean it's bad. Try Ardbeg Uigeadail, Glen Scotia Victoriana, Arran Sherry Cask etc and then say NAS are all rubbish...However, having said that, this is pretty damned bad Is drinkable if you do keep it in the freezer but you shouldn't need to. It's stuff like this that gave NAS a bad name. It's a shame as the original Dalwhinnie 15 is probably the first single malt I tasted and really liked.


    Completely agree with everything you've said.

    This is something that Ralfy on YouTube would term a "supermarket whisky" Roy on Aqvavitae just did a whole video about supermarket whisky a couple of days ago.It's definitely worth a watch if you've got time to view it.

    I also share your sentiments regarding Dalwhinnie, it's a terrible shame what Diageo have done to the quality of the whisky from this distillery.

    LukeNukem28/05/2022 08:04

    No age statementOlder whisky is more expensive because you lose whisky in …No age statementOlder whisky is more expensive because you lose whisky in the barrel to evaporationOlder whisky is also generally seen as betterHowever some people fixate on the ageThere has been a trend towards more distilleries not putting ages on single malts, which used to only happen with blends and budgetSome people would say this is just to allow distilleries to use cheaper, younger whiskiesThe distilleries would say this gives them the flexibility to use barrels with the right profile regardless of age


    I've always suspected that one of the reasons NAS become a lot more common was when the Scotch whisky boom started about 10 years ago, a lot of distilleries simply hadn't produced and aged enough casks to continue to sell certain age statements. It's probably a legacy of the whisky bubble/lake that happened in the 1980s.

    I've always been of the view that while it would be nice to have an age statement, it isn't going to be a deal breaker, so long as the whisky tastes good. (edited)
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    Lol... Picked up loads of these fr 12.50
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    25 quid somewhere all the time and an insult to the name. Their 15 yo is very good, this is 'meh' at best.

    You're way better off going to Aldi and getting their Glen Marnoch Highland which knocks the socks off this, and you'll have money left over for a set of spanners from the middle aisle. (edited)
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    Same price in Tesco.
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    It's a good dram for 25 pounds
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    Nearly always £25 on Amazon according to the 3 camels.
    It's also selling for £25 in Morrisons and Tesco. (edited)
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    scotthugh3s27/05/2022 21:24

    Just because something is NAS, doesn't mean it's bad. Try Ardbeg …Just because something is NAS, doesn't mean it's bad. Try Ardbeg Uigeadail, Glen Scotia Victoriana, Arran Sherry Cask etc and then say NAS are all rubbish...However, having said that, this is pretty damned bad Is drinkable if you do keep it in the freezer but you shouldn't need to. It's stuff like this that gave NAS a bad name. It's a shame as the original Dalwhinnie 15 is probably the first single malt I tasted and really liked.


    I didn’t say all NAS are rubbish, I just said it was another NAS release. I enjoy many NAS, just not this one.
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