Glenlivet Nadurra (Peated) cask strength malt whisky - 70cl - £37.90 @Amazon
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Glenlivet Nadurra (Peated) cask strength malt whisky - 70cl - £37.90 @Amazon

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Found 13th Jun
Amazing price for this whisky especially considering it is cask strength (61.5% abv!!)

According to info at time of posting it is stock in 2 days time (15th June)

It's currently £48.95 at Master of Malt and £61.45 at The Whisky Exchange but with postage you're looking at about £55 and £67 respectively so this is quite a saving.

There's no information on 3 Camels about this so Amazon must have just started selling it. There are also offers at the mo on the Oloroso cask version (also £37.90) and Nadurra First Fill (£2 more) but I like my peat so will give this one a go.

Also gets an amazing review from The Scotch Test Dummies (Scott gives it 91/100 and Bart gives it 94/100 - they compare it to positively to Laphroaig 18)
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Cheers OP.
Ordered.
This is lovely stuff.
Now out of stock and saying 2 - 4 weeks for estimated delivery (still orderable but you have to scroll down right of page to see the £37.90 link as it initially comes up with a 3rd party seller)
Edited by: "joolt" 13th Jun
kept my eye on this after a wee taste at a whiskey festival. very interesting stuff.
Never seen lower than £45.

They don't mention or market the time spent in the barrel and the rep said people are wising up to the fact that it doesn't matter as much as it used too. meh
mishyuk28 m ago

kept my eye on this after a wee taste at a whiskey festival. very …kept my eye on this after a wee taste at a whiskey festival. very interesting stuff. Never seen lower than £45. They don't mention or market the time spent in the barrel and the rep said people are wising up to the fact that it doesn't matter as much as it used too. meh


Yeah I think you can generally divide Non Age Statment whiskies into two camps - there are the ones that are very cheap and a bit nasty - eg the £20-£25 entry level ones (probably only aged for the minimum of 3 years) such as Glenlivet "Founder's Reserve" or Laphroaig "Select", then there are the more expensive (usually £40-£80) ones that have been a bit more carefully crafted. I always pay more attention to reviews though if I'm buying NAS and in this case it was all positive.
I had a 16yo Nadurra a couple of years ago. That was fantastic and was typically £56 in Tesco.
This will not be the same stuff, but I'm hoping it is really good too.

Cask strength and peated sold it for me.
joolt5 h, 5 m ago

Yeah I think you can generally divide Non Age Statment whiskies into two …Yeah I think you can generally divide Non Age Statment whiskies into two camps - there are the ones that are very cheap and a bit nasty - eg the £20-£25 entry level ones (probably only aged for the minimum of 3 years) such as Glenlivet "Founder's Reserve" or Laphroaig "Select", then there are the more expensive (usually £40-£80) ones that have been a bit more carefully crafted. I always pay more attention to reviews though if I'm buying NAS and in this case it was all positive.


Spot on
mishyuk8 h, 55 m ago

kept my eye on this after a wee taste at a whiskey festival. very …kept my eye on this after a wee taste at a whiskey festival. very interesting stuff. Never seen lower than £45. They don't mention or market the time spent in the barrel and the rep said people are wising up to the fact that it doesn't matter as much as it used too. meh


With a peaty whisky being younger might be more preferable to some. Lagavulin 8 is well liked and rated better by some than the 16 ( and yes the 8 is more expensive generally than the 16). You get more of the peat with lower age whiskies I find.

Not to say I don't really like Lagavulin 16 but it is a tamer more warming drop than say NAS peated whiskies I also like Laphroiag QC and Glen Dronach peated (thanks again to OP who tipped me off to that one at a bargain price )which are good examples of NAS good peaty malts.

It all depends what you are after. Just don't write off a whisky for being NAS as there are some darn good ones out there (peated and unpeated)

Had I not brought a bottle of Quarter Cask yesterday I would probably have ordered this.
Edited by: "The_Bounty_Bear" 13th Jun
The_Bounty_Bear7 m ago

With a peaty whisky being younger might be more preferable to some. …With a peaty whisky being younger might be more preferable to some. Lagavulin 8 is well liked and rated better by some than the 16 ( and yes the 8 is more expensive generally than the 16). You get more of the peat with lower age whiskies I find. Not to say I don't really like Lagavulin 16 but it is a tamer more warming drop than say NAS peated whiskies I also like Laphroiag QC and Glen Dronach peated (thanks again to OP who tipped me off to that one at a bargain price )are good examples of NAS good peaty malts.It all depends what you are after. Just don't write off a whisky for being NAS as there are some darn good ones out there (peated and unpeated)Had I not brought a bottle of Quarter Cask yesterday I would probably have ordered this.


No law against buying both...at least I hope not
slojo3 m ago

No law against buying both...at least I hope not


Unfortunately when my whisky shelves are full and the overflow is stopping the breakfast cereal cupboard door from closing , the law of my wife says two bottles delivered to her work in a week is a punishable offence
The_Bounty_Bear4 m ago

Unfortunately when my whisky shelves are full and the overflow is stopping …Unfortunately when my whisky shelves are full and the overflow is stopping the breakfast cereal cupboard door from closing , the law of my wife says two bottles delivered to her work in a week is a punishable offence


Well you're OK to order the Nadurra now then - since it's OOS you won't get it for a couple of weeks anyway by which time you'll be in your wife's good books again
joolt4 m ago

Well you're OK to order the Nadurra now then - since it's OOS you won't …Well you're OK to order the Nadurra now then - since it's OOS you won't get it for a couple of weeks anyway by which time you'll be in your wife's good books again


Doh !! Of course there is a wait. I'm Ordering one .

Thanks Joolt that's another one I owe you a big thank you for.
The_Bounty_Bear5 m ago

Doh !! Of course there is a wait. I'm Ordering one .Thanks Joolt that's …Doh !! Of course there is a wait. I'm Ordering one .Thanks Joolt that's another one I owe you a big thank you for.


Haha no problem - happy to help! The other great thing about Amazon OOS items is they don't actually charge you till just before it's sent out - happy days, slainte!
34001575-F1LhE.jpgShe is also no happy I'm trying to make the empties double up as Xmas decorations now as well
The_Bounty_Bear1 h, 0 m ago

[Image] She is also no happy I'm trying to make the empties double up as …[Image] She is also no happy I'm trying to make the empties double up as Xmas decorations now as well


Nice pick. I'm a scotch fan but that Rittenhouse is a beast isn't it?!
antspam7 h, 10 m ago

Nice pick. I'm a scotch fan but that Rittenhouse is a beast isn't it?!


Yep. Shame it's so expensive.
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