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Famous Grouse 70cl £12 Asda rollback
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Famous Grouse 70cl £12 Asda rollback

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Posted 20th Jul

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Famous Grouse 70cl rolled back in Asda to £12 from £13.

Cheapest price I could find online.

My local Asda was out of stock, however its available on Asda website for the same price.

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The UK's Number 1 Whisky, The Famous Grouse, has always been well-respected for its taste, quality and smoothness. Its long-term commitment to excellence is recognised by the Royal Warrant through the Appointment of Her Majesty The Queen, first established by Queen Victoria and maintained to the present day. The vision for The Famous Grouse has always been simple: to create the best quality blended whisky. Expertly crafted from the finest malt whiskies, married together and blended with exceptional grain whiskies, The Famous Grouse offers a rewarding range of characteristically smooth and perfectly balanced whiskies. The Famous Grouse whisky has a golden and bright appearance, with a well-balanced range of flavours from candied fruits to soft spices and hints of oak.
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Amazing how cheap booze is getting these days, must be the lowest its been in years.
For the same price you can buy Whyte and Mckay. That is lightyears nicer than this in my opinion.
TeamMCS20/07/2019 21:52

Amazing how cheap booze is getting these days, must be the lowest its been …Amazing how cheap booze is getting these days, must be the lowest its been in years.


Not really - a standard blend like this is regularly reduced to £10 or £11 for a 70cl bottle and £15 or £16 for a litre. Aldi and Lidl blends are always around these prices (and Lidl's Margot blends are pretty good, not tried Aldi's).
mail4420/07/2019 23:10

Not really - a standard blend like this is regularly reduced to £10 or £11 …Not really - a standard blend like this is regularly reduced to £10 or £11 for a 70cl bottle and £15 or £16 for a litre. Aldi and Lidl blends are always around these prices (and Lidl's Margot blends are pretty good, not tried Aldi's).


Where are you based? That's crazy cheap, never seen prices like that - ever.
TeamMCS20/07/2019 23:22

Where are you based? That's crazy cheap, never seen prices like that - …Where are you based? That's crazy cheap, never seen prices like that - ever.


Check the premium spirits pricing in my Asda deal

I love Grouse, but you can get better for £10.01 lol
TeamMCS20/07/2019 23:22

Where are you based? That's crazy cheap, never seen prices like that - …Where are you based? That's crazy cheap, never seen prices like that - ever.


England.

Lidl £14.99/litre Queen Margot
ASDA £16/litre Whyte & Mackay
Sainsbury's £16/litre Famous Grouse

Can't see any 70cl at £10-11 at the moment, those deals are getting rarer to be fair.
mail4420/07/2019 23:10

Not really - a standard blend like this is regularly reduced to £10 or £11 …Not really - a standard blend like this is regularly reduced to £10 or £11 for a 70cl bottle and £15 or £16 for a litre. Aldi and Lidl blends are always around these prices (and Lidl's Margot blends are pretty good, not tried Aldi's).


+1 for the Margot. Was in Torremolinos for a couple of months recently and was paying 6 euros and loving it!
john10721/07/2019 11:20

+1 for the Margot. Was in Torremolinos for a couple of months recently and …+1 for the Margot. Was in Torremolinos for a couple of months recently and was paying 6 euros and loving it!


If I had to spend that long in Torremolinos I think I'd be needing it too! Also worth seeking out Carlos brandy when it's cheap too.
Anthonyuk20/07/2019 23:09

For the same price you can buy Whyte and Mckay. That is lightyears nicer …For the same price you can buy Whyte and Mckay. That is lightyears nicer than this in my opinion.


It’s all relative, all these cheap blends are basically terrible. You’d be better off getting a half bottle of basic malt IMO
I’m no expert but Morrisons seems cheaper at £20 per litre
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