Jim Beam Devil's Cut Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey Whisky, 70 cl - Amazon - £15.50 for Primers / £20.25 non prime
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Jim Beam Devil's Cut Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey Whisky, 70 cl - Amazon - £15.50 for Primers / £20.25 non prime

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Found 20th Dec 2017
I can see previous deals at £16 but can't see any posted for this lower price.

A tasty 45% bourbon that I prefer with a mixer but is perfectly drinkable neat too.
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If you don't have prime it's £16 in Asda if you're interested: groceries.asda.com/pro…257
Edited by moderator: "Fixed Link" 20th Dec 2017
I've heard it's £16 in Asda
deleted19950920th Dec 2017

Cold - prime only price


How many more threads will you post this in today? If you had £1 for each time, you could just about afford a prime membership!
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Nice stuff this, but slightly prefer Buffalo Trace.
Bought this last week when it was on offer at £16 for prime members. Excellent price. Hot.
Heat for the ice cube
Seriously, good find OP.
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aka806 m ago

I have voted hot to counteract this...


Thumbs up for the troll hunter!
Heat. prime only. Means more deals for me 😜
If you don't have prime it's £16 in Asda if you're interested: groceries.asda.com/pro…257
Edited by moderator: "Fixed Link" 20th Dec 2017
£16 in Asda for anyone who doesn't have Prime
I've heard it's £16 in Asda
Is this any good like JD, thanks,
Spenfica4 m ago

I've heard it's £16 in Asda


Cheers mate
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dragoncurt3 m ago

Is this any good like JD, thanks,


I mean, it's not some sort of conniseurs' bourbon, but it's certainly better than JD to my tastebuds.
dragoncurt6 m ago

Is this any good like JD, thanks,


JD is where you start your bourbon journey and then you move on quickly to something that tastes nice
Just to clarify, am I right in thinking it's £16 in Asda?

Voted hot on this deal BTW
Edited by: "Magic.Walrus" 20th Dec 2017
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Magic.Walrus2 m ago

Just to clarify, am I right in thinking it's £16 in Asda?


It's out of stock at Asda unfortunately.

However, there is talk of it being £16 at Asda, so worth checking there.
deleted19950920th Dec 2017

Cold - prime only price


How many more threads will you post this in today? If you had £1 for each time, you could just about afford a prime membership!
Spenfica39 m ago

JD is where you start your bourbon journey and then you move on quickly to …JD is where you start your bourbon journey and then you move on quickly to something that tastes nice


Except JD is not a bourbon.
Double Oak also available for £18.
ian1839 m ago

Except JD is not a bourbon.


Sour mash is similar
Edited by: "Spenfica" 20th Dec 2017
Spenfica1 h, 19 m ago

JD is where you start your bourbon journey and then you move on quickly to …JD is where you start your bourbon journey and then you move on quickly to something that tastes nice


oh thanks, good to know.
dragoncurt1 h, 47 m ago

Is this any good like JD, thanks,


This is surprisingly good stuff. A step above basic black-label Jack, yea. 45% yet just as smooth as any 40%. It's quite sweet and caramel-ish and has little of the spicy bourbon heat as it goes down. It tastes quite contrary to what it's name would imply. One of the easiest whiskies(of any type) that I've had.
ian181 h, 1 m ago

Except JD is not a bourbon.


Eh, not technically, just like sparkling wine isn't champagne, but we all know it is mostly the same thing.
Just opened a bottle of this that I got for this great price. I'm really liking it. Very nice, smooth aftertaste with a little sweetness and a bit of wood . I was all about single malt but loving this. Think I'm going to switch to the American stuff.
Spenfica1 h, 36 m ago

Sour mash is similar


Nearly all bourbon is made using a sour mash method, the just refers to using some of the mash from one fermentation to start the next.

Nearly all Tennessee whiskey meets the requirements for Bourbon, but because the Tennessee whiskey requirements are more stringent the likes of JD shy away from the Bourbon label, when in fact they are both, because they want to be seen as a premium product (they definitely aren't, just have better marketing).

Not all Tennessee whiskey has to be charcoal filtered (Pritchard's got an exemption because they never used this process).

All bourbon is too sticky - American Rye whiskey is much nicer in almost everything.

Asda has this for £16, I bought a bottle (for guests). They also have Jim Beam Rye for £18, get that too and compare them.
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mail4426 m ago

All bourbon is too sticky - American Rye whiskey is much nicer in almost …All bourbon is too sticky - American Rye whiskey is much nicer in almost everything.Asda has this for £16, I bought a bottle (for guests). They also have Jim Beam Rye for £18, get that too and compare them.


Jim Beam Rye is £17.50 on Amazon for the Primers out there. I wouldn't particularly recommend it though. Not a great example of the breed.
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£16 in asda - cold
deleted19950921st Dec 2017

£16 in asda - cold


No-one knew that. Thanks for bringing it to our attention

Heated and buying from Amazon
Actually quite nice this. Not a big fan of normal Jim (I prefer my Jack any day off the week) but this has a bit more kick to it and a nicer taste.
I prefer JD than this. Bourbon makes me throw up.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 21st Dec 2017
nougat1 h, 34 m ago

Too much sugar in yours. Very bad for you. Pickles your brain as JD is a …Too much sugar in yours. Very bad for you. Pickles your brain as JD is a Bourbon Whiskey


JD is not a bourbon. Manufacturing process is totally different.
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sam_of_london4 m ago

JD is not a bourbon. Manufacturing process is totally different.


It's not completely different at all. It's just charcoal-filtered after distillation. If anything it's worse, as the smooth flavour make people think it's safe, when it is in fact poison!
sam_of_london36 m ago

JD is not a bourbon. Manufacturing process is totally different.


Try editing Wikipedia with your superior knowledge.
I’m not a massive whiskey drinker, ordering as a present for a mate. Are you not better off spending a couple quid more and getting the litre double oak ? Thanks
Would be helpful to the last of my Christmas shopping but "expected to arrive after Christmas" seems to apply to all their alcohol
Cloudane2 h, 0 m ago

Would be helpful to the last of my Christmas shopping but "expected to …Would be helpful to the last of my Christmas shopping but "expected to arrive after Christmas" seems to apply to all their alcohol


get yourself down to ASDA
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Fus3rr4 h, 55 m ago

I’m not a massive whiskey drinker, ordering as a present for a mate. Are y …I’m not a massive whiskey drinker, ordering as a present for a mate. Are you not better off spending a couple quid more and getting the litre double oak ? Thanks


Where is a litre of double oak available for a couple of quid more? The £18 bottle on Amazon is 700ml.

I do prefer the Double Oak though, so it's definitely an option at the price.
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Cloudane2 h, 57 m ago

Would be helpful to the last of my Christmas shopping but "expected to …Would be helpful to the last of my Christmas shopping but "expected to arrive after Christmas" seems to apply to all their alcohol


Availability is location dependent. All of the alcohol deals are available for next day delivery in my area.

Which I guess means there's a high concentration of alcoholics in your area and they've drunk Amazon dry.
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