Isle of Jura 10 year old single malt whisky 70cl now £21 was £24.47 (£18 with voucher) @ Co-op
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Isle of Jura 10 year old single malt whisky 70cl now £21 was £24.47 (£18 with voucher) @ Co-op

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Found 12th Dec 2012
Co op have Isle of Jura Single malt whisky on offer for £21. However with the below voucher ( Thanks to tomwilliams86) takes it to £18

Bargain IMO

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Bargain for Mick. Can you print off the voucher
Insane deal. This is a whisky that punches well into the £30's in terms of taste and often, higher.

Matt
Wouldn't last another ten years
Jura Superstition has been highly recommended to me recently.
good stuff
Best whisky i've ever tasted. Good price. Quality product.
great thanks, where's me phone, where's me car keys.......
gstarblues

Jura Superstition has been highly recommended to me recently.



It's not strictly a single malt but a blend of 2, it's a bit more more peaty. Still a lovely drop Jura is my "always in the cupboard" whisky.
Great Deal
gstarblues

Jura Superstition has been highly recommended to me recently.


I'm not a big fan of their Superstition release, but this 10yo is absolutely beatiful - a really nicely balanced single malt which has nothing like the pungency of the Islay malts..
Little stroll down the local Co-op later me thinks ;-)
so this price is for Superstition or normal Jura ? and we can use this in Waitrose too ?
£20 in ASDA, £17 with voucher. £22 in Tesco, £19 with Voucher. Have used several vouchers so far so know prices in most supermarkets. Good Whisky.
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Have some heat
just got a bottle for £18 from Co-Op!




just tried some...




huge regret





I only bought one bottle!




This stuff is delicious!





I'm going back tomorrow....





the end
A lovely drop. My go to tipple
I'm glad it helping some people out! Just popped to waitrose and its 24 quid a bottle!
Anyone got any level 3 reindeer they can send my way as I posted this lol!
Love a drop of malt, but never tried this one, will give it a go
A little rough IMO. Would suggest balvenie doublewood reduced in sainsburys at the moment as better buy. Or if you can spend a little more - glenlivet 18 year old.
good price
I've been to three Tesco and two Co-op in and around Coventry with my voucher. Not a single one of them would accept it.

I ended up just buying it from Co-op in the end as it's still a decent price.
Co-op wouldn't accept my voucher either.
Supervisor said it could be fake as its in black n white?!?
Wtf! So gotta return and speak to the manager tomorrow.
I feel an argument coming on.......
Orionzetec

Co-op wouldn't accept my voucher either.Supervisor said it could be fake … Co-op wouldn't accept my voucher either.Supervisor said it could be fake as its in black n white?!? Wtf! So gotta return and speak to the manager tomorrow.I feel an argument coming on.......



That's ridiculous! Did you have the voucher on your phone to show them?
I offered to, but she wasnt interested. Just gave her the printed copy and i will return tomorrow to retry.
Bit of a jobsworth. "its for quite a lot of £" so she wasnt willing to do it. Im thinking its only £3!
Oh well nevermind, ill try tomorrow
Just got a bottle of this at the Co op with the voucher. No problems. This is a very nice whisky indeed.
Got a 2nd bottle today at Co-Op no problems
Supervisor confirmed voucher valid earlier but now can't decide wether I want some now. Lol
Its a very good whisky
Got a bottle from Co-op tonight Well worth £18!
CO OP declined voucher! because it was black and white print out!!
Many Thanks for this post, purchased a bottle today, no problem with voucher being accepted, they just scanned it and the £3 came off, thus tills are programmed to accept it.
Scanned voucher today with no problem, thanks.
Just bought a bottle from the Co-op in Glasgow, voucher worked a treat. Cheers OP!

EDIT to say, the cashier scanned it, so the till must (as saintscouple says above) be programmed to accept it.
Edited by: "goatbhoy" 20th Dec 2012
went to my local co-op and they said they had had a message about photocopies and can only accept shiny vouchers without the managers approval.So popped back when the manager was there and initially she said no but once she read it she said fine - think she decided she would rather have a £36 sale with a £6 risk thank have me walk away, especially as I had a basket of other stuff to pay for.
Just bought my 10 year for £18 at my local co-op. Printed off a colour voucher which scanned with no problem at the till. A lovely early Christmas present at a cracking price.
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