Jack Daniel's Original Tennessee Whiskey 700ml - was £25 now £15 at Asda (in-store and online)
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Jack Daniel's Original Tennessee Whiskey 700ml - was £25 now £15 at Asda (in-store and online)

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Found 23rd Mar 2017
Jack Daniel's Original Tennessee Whiskey 700ml - was £25 now £15 at Asda (in-store and online)

Not as good as the previous £20/1L deals from Sainsbury's a few weeks back, but the best price at the moment and cheaper per litre than the equivalent 1L bottle.

Cheapest price at the moment
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If you like this then this price is good but if you like Whiskey then you would be much better off spending that same amount of money on Lidl's 6 year old Western Gold it is vastly superior in quality and flavour.
presterjohn71

If you like this then this price is good but if you like Whiskey then you … If you like this then this price is good but if you like Whiskey then you would be much better off spending that same amount of money on Lidl's 6 year old Western Gold it is vastly superior in quality and flavour.



Taste is of course very subjective, prefer rum really but i like this on occasion - but will give this Western Gold a try at some point. Thanks for suggestion.
presterjohn71

If you like this then this price is good but if you like Whiskey then you … If you like this then this price is good but if you like Whiskey then you would be much better off spending that same amount of money on Lidl's 6 year old Western Gold it is vastly superior in quality and flavour.



Absolutely read my mind - I have turned to this since a year ago and haven't looked back....

It is £15.50 all year round and the bottles of mixer in Lidl are always at a low price if you prefer to mix..

Heat for the deal nonetheless as it is much cheaper than everywhere else.
Edited by: "shifty277" 26th Mar 2017
The fact that 40% can be knocked off on a regular basis shows this stuff is vastly overpriced. £15 is about right.
jayjayuk1234

Taste is of course very subjective, prefer rum really but i like this on … Taste is of course very subjective, prefer rum really but i like this on occasion - but will give this Western Gold a try at some point. Thanks for suggestion.



Not when it's vastly superior taste it's not!
KareemSaid

Not when it's vastly superior taste it's not!



But it's not vastly superior in taste for everyone........... some may even say it's inferior

Taste is subjective by definition.

Edited by: "jayjayuk1234" 1st Apr 2017
in Asda High Wycombe they were doing a free JD glass (shot glass or whiskey glass) with purchase of 70cl bottle of JD
MattyGr

The fact that 40% can be knocked off on a regular basis shows this stuff … The fact that 40% can be knocked off on a regular basis shows this stuff is vastly overpriced. £15 is about right.

i remember paying £15 for JD in the late 80s
Heat added as it's a good price but for an extra £2 you can get a litre of Jim Beam in Asda (Might be local, just tried Asda.com and it's listed as £24)
Edited by: "ItWasNotMe" 1st Apr 2017
Same at Tesco from 4th until 24th
And the honey JD is £17 at Asda FYI
seanjames

i remember paying £15 for JD in the late 80s



I remember paying £15 in the mid 90's.
Good price if that's your tipple.
Love the stuff Thanks op
Good deal, heat added.

But if you like bourbon, treat yourself to some Bulleit for 5 quid more at Amazon.
Might just be the best £5 you ever spent.

Make an Old Fashioned with it and you'll be even more delighted!
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