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Glayva 50cl bottle for a tenner at Tesco - bring in the bells with some class!
Glayva 50cl bottle for a tenner at Tesco - bring in the bells with some class!

Glayva 50cl bottle for a tenner at Tesco - bring in the bells with some class!

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Previously you had to buy two bottles to get this price. In my view the best Whisky Liqueur.

Glayva is a liqueur from Leith, Scotland. It is made from a blend of aged Scotch whiskies, anise, clove, herbs, heather honey, tangerine, other citrus fruits, and almonds. It has a deep gold color.

It is produced by Whyte and Mackay Ltd of Glasgow, Scotland.

The name is an anglified spelling of Gl?hath, which means "very good" in Scottish Gaelic.

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Never heard of the stuff! What do you have with it?!

It's been this price for around 2 months now!

Original Poster

gal2792t;7214981

Never heard of the stuff! What do you have with it?!



For the benefit of the English...

Its a whisky - you have it with more whisky :whistling: :whistling: :whistling:

Geez!

gal2792t;7214981

Never heard of the stuff! What do you have with it?!



Ice or Whisky (known in scotland as a rusty nail). It's similar to Drambuie if you've heard of that. I like both but they do taste different (kind of like baileys and all the other ones except these are of equal stature/price)

Rusty nail is a LETHAL mix.

If you have class, then you bring in the Bells with a whisky or a malt. Not a liqueur.

I used to drink this years ago. Best way I can describe it is by comparing it to southern comfort and Cointreau. If i remember rightly its 40% proof but goes down as easy as Cointreau does. Seems a bit misleading calling it a whisky, even though it is. I hate most Whiskys I've tried.

techpops;7215310

I used to drink this years ago. Best way I can describe it is by … I used to drink this years ago. Best way I can describe it is by comparing it to southern comfort and Cointreau. If i remember rightly its 40% proof but goes down as easy as Cointreau does. Seems a bit misleading calling it a whisky, even though it is. I hate most Whiskys I've tried.



Agreed......good description, dont particularly like whisky either but this is a really nice alternative, good deal for a tenner.

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Plunger07;7215308

If you have class, then you bring in the Bells with a whisky or a malt. … If you have class, then you bring in the Bells with a whisky or a malt. Not a liqueur.





Burds will be there! :roll: :roll: :roll:

[COLOR="DarkRed"]£12.66 in-store and online.


SAVE £3.31 Was £15.97 Now £12.66 - valid from 14/12/2009 until 05/01/2010[/COLOR]
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