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Fireball Whiskey £12.21 - Morrison's in-store and online
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Fireball Whiskey £12.21 - Morrison's in-store and online

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Posted 15th Sep 2019

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If you like your whiskey a little bit sweet and a little bit spicy then you'll definitely like this. Good price too. I've just seen it in-store in my local, but it's also available online if you get your grocery shopping delivered.

Described by the manufacturer - "If you haven't tried it yet, just imagine what it feels like to stand face-to-face with a fire-breathing dragon who just ate a whisky barrel full of spicy cinnamon. Live it, love it, shoot it – what happens next is up to you."

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22 Comments
Was bought a shot of this by a total stranger in Inverness where I was working.
Very tasty indeed, though to be fair, I was ver, ver drunk at the time.
Bargain.
£11.50 in Sainsburys if you have one nearby.
Great price - hot
£10.80 in Tesco Gillingham Kent
"Whisky" on the bottle, no e. Although highly debatable whether it should be called either.
Love this stuff. Tastes good with Coke. Just having a bottlele now and t its facing godo. Waldo tastedg good with apple juice Julie tankd.s
xenophon15/09/2019 19:19

"Whisky" on the bottle, no e. Although highly debatable whether it should …"Whisky" on the bottle, no e. Although highly debatable whether it should be called either.


Bottle says it is a liqueur.
Mr.Nutts15/09/2019 20:02

Love this stuff. Tastes good with Coke. Just having a bottlele now and t …Love this stuff. Tastes good with Coke. Just having a bottlele now and t its facing godo. Waldo tastedg good with apple juice Julie tankd.s


I've hidden your car keys mate. Best not drive till the morning, eh.
bozo00715/09/2019 20:06

Bottle says it is a liqueur.


Yep, so Fireball Liqueur not Whiskey.
Mr.Nutts15/09/2019 20:02

Love this stuff. Tastes good with Coke. Just having a bottlele now and t …Love this stuff. Tastes good with Coke. Just having a bottlele now and t its facing godo. Waldo tastedg good with apple juice Julie tankd.s


Whose Waldo?
Decent price, but this is the smaller 50cl bottle. I've bought the 70cl a couple of times very recently for less than this from Amazon so might be worth shopping around, as I'm not sure what current prices are like!
This is nice... personal opinion is Jack Daniels fire is nicer. But heat at this price
staceybaby15/09/2019 21:24

This is nice... personal opinion is Jack Daniels fire is nicer. But heat …This is nice... personal opinion is Jack Daniels fire is nicer. But heat at this price


Jack Daniels and Canadian Club are much better than this propylene glycol product. If they can put unnecessary propylene glycol , what else would they not add as well. Cannot be trusted to make it cheaper . Some people don't care about what they put inside their body as long it is cheap .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 15th Sep 2019
sam_of_london15/09/2019 22:23

Jack Daniels and Canadian Club are much better than this propylene glycol …Jack Daniels and Canadian Club are much better than this propylene glycol product. If they can put unnecessary propylene glycol , what else would they not add as well. Cannot be trusted to make it cheaper . Some people don't care about what they put inside their body as long it is cheap .


You did read the links you posted earlier, right? In case you didn't, here's what the first link had to say about propylene glycol (emphasis mine) -

"According to the FDA, propylene glycol is "generally recognized as safe" when used in food "at levels not to exceed current good manufacturing practice," but nonetheless, Fireball removed the chemical from its recipe."

I emphasised the relevant bit for you.
Hartley.Hare15/09/2019 23:08

You did read the links you posted earlier, right? In case you didn't, …You did read the links you posted earlier, right? In case you didn't, here's what the first link had to say about propylene glycol (emphasis mine) - "According to the FDA, propylene glycol is "generally recognized as safe" when used in food "at levels not to exceed current good manufacturing practice," but nonetheless, Fireball removed the chemical from its recipe."I emphasised the relevant bit for you.


It is safe in very less quantity. Can you measure the level in your bottle of Propylene Glycol ? Fireball did not remove it completely , just lowered it European Standards from American Standards. 99% of the time , people like us have no way of checking what is inside their food . Only comes out when someone dies of their food as food allergy or like the Horse meat scandal , it is done openly on very large scale. Their portion size will be very small . Your portion size may be the whole bottle . So the amount of the ingredient that causes toxicity will be different from what they stated. This is most commonly used ruse, used repeatedly by food Manufacturers to hide toxic chemicals in food . Natural Ingredients, emulsifiers (like lecithin) and spices are expensive but chemical substitution cheap .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 15th Sep 2019
sam_of_london15/09/2019 23:45

It is safe in very less quantity. Can you measure the level in your bottle …It is safe in very less quantity. Can you measure the level in your bottle of Propylene Glycol ? Fireball did not remove it completely , just lowered it European Standards from American Standards. 99% of the time , people like us have no way of checking what is inside their food . Only comes out when someone dies of their food as food allergy or like the Horse meat scandal , it is done openly.


So when the article you posted says the manufacturer removed the item from the recipe, you're saying that in fact that article is factually incorrect?
sam_of_london16/09/2019 00:00

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The article says "Fireball removed the chemical from its recipe".

Either Fireball did remove it, or Fireball didn't remove it. It doesn't say Fireball lowered the quantity or concentration. It doesn't say Fireball replaced it with something else. It just says "Fireball removed the chemical from its recipe".
Hartley.Hare16/09/2019 00:06

The article says "Fireball removed the chemical from its recipe". Either …The article says "Fireball removed the chemical from its recipe". Either Fireball did remove it, or Fireball didn't remove it. It doesn't say Fireball lowered the quantity or concentration. It doesn't say Fireball replaced it with something else. It just says "Fireball removed the chemical from its recipe".


Ok . But I can never trust what else it will contain. Wish cheap alcohol manufacturers had to declare all ingredients on the bottle.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 16th Sep 2019
BigAde15/09/2019 20:24

I've hidden your car keys mate. Best not drive till the morning, eh.


Thanks BigAde. Always needed someone like you in my life.
I find it very sweet to drink and definitely wouldn't drink it neat. It's nice in coffee though!
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