Johnnie Walker Double Black Label Blended Scotch Whisky, 70cl - £26.99 @ Amazon
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Johnnie Walker Double Black Label Blended Scotch Whisky, 70cl - £26.99 @ Amazon

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Found 10th Mar
Usually retails for £40+ so this price is a bargain!

  • Bold, rich and intense taste, full bodied and rich with vanilla
  • Savoured with a dash of water to help release the full-bodied smoky flavours
  • The blend made of a mix of selected mature and naturally smoky malts specially matured for the blend in deep-charred old oak casks
  • Strongly influenced by powerful West Coast and Island whiskies
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Single malts are around this price. I wouldn't pay that for blended.
My personal choice. Might suit others though.
KingAwKings10th Mar

Single malts are around this price. I wouldn't pay that for blended.My …Single malts are around this price. I wouldn't pay that for blended.My personal choice. Might suit others though.


Why? What’s wrong with blended whisky?
KingAwKings10th Mar

Single malts are around this price. I wouldn't pay that for blended.My …Single malts are around this price. I wouldn't pay that for blended.My personal choice. Might suit others though.


Very true but if you enjoy a smoky whiskey there aren't many alternatives in this price range - definitely an acquired taste compared to other whiskys. Heat for the price.
andrewp23 m ago

Why? What’s wrong with blended whisky?


Paying that for a blend when you can get better quality in a single for similar price.
Hope that answers the question.
andrewp48 m ago

Why? What’s wrong with blended whisky?


It’s crap
lucas31 m ago

It’s crap



Utterly stupid remark. Apart from any other consideration, this is a lovely whisky. This blend is a blend of single malts and has a lovely smoky, peaty flavour. It is far superior to many single malts I have tasted, some much more expensive. Regularly available in COSTCO for under £23.00.
Edited by: "Stillahibby" 10th Mar
Nothing wrong with blends but this just does not have enough grip or smoke/peat for me.
Edited by: "The_Bounty_Bear" 10th Mar
What a ridiculous statement to say that you shouldn't pay this much for a blend when there are cheaper single malts. You clearly know nothing about whisky. What a sweeping statement. Just screams snobbery to me.

A cheap single malt isn't necessarily better than a blend with good whiskies. There are blends that are thousands of pounds, guess what, they use expensive single malts. Never mind, you should never pay more than £25 for a blend as you can get decent single malts...
Just my personal experience but this is no better or worse than more expensive cousin - Blue Label, which is also a blend at 4 times the price. Currently in Costco deal for about 21.50 until tomorrow.
lucas10th Mar

It’s crap


Wrong. Many, many blended whiskys are superior to low end Single malts (just not you generic supermarket stock cheap ones.) Anyone that comes out with the kind of statement that blended whiskies are crap shows their ignorance and is themselves talking crap.
bbturner54 m ago

Wrong. Many, many blended whiskys are superior to low end Single malts …Wrong. Many, many blended whiskys are superior to low end Single malts (just not you generic supermarket stock cheap ones.) Anyone that comes out with the kind of statement that blended whiskies are crap shows their ignorance and is themselves talking crap.


Nah
lucas3 h, 0 m ago

Nah


You're obviously a bit dense.

I bet you couldn't tell the difference in a blind taste test.
Edited by: "MattyGr" 10th Mar
KingAwKings10th Mar

Paying that for a blend when you can get better quality in a single for …Paying that for a blend when you can get better quality in a single for similar price.Hope that answers the question.


Just tells me your whisky knowledge is misguided and nothing more.

If you don’t like this particular blend having tried it that’s fine, but it is made by combining a variety of single malts from the likes of caol ila and cardhu to create a different whisky.
Edited by: "andrewp" 10th Mar
MattyGr38 m ago

You're obviously a bit dense.I bet you couldn't tell the difference in a …You're obviously a bit dense.I bet you couldn't tell the difference in a blind taste test.


Hahaha you stick to your jim beam and knob creek son, leave the single malts to the men
andrewp10th Mar

Just tells me your whisky knowledge is misguided and nothing more.If you …Just tells me your whisky knowledge is misguided and nothing more.If you don’t like this particular blend having tried it that’s fine, but it is made by combining a variety of single malts from the likes of caol ila and cardhu to create a different whisky.


Wow listen to the expert.
Read my comment again until you realise what I said. Okay you might be there for a while so I will say it again personal is the key word.
nodtomc5 h, 1 m ago

What a ridiculous statement to say that you shouldn't pay this much for a …What a ridiculous statement to say that you shouldn't pay this much for a blend when there are cheaper single malts. You clearly know nothing about whisky. What a sweeping statement. Just screams snobbery to me.A cheap single malt isn't necessarily better than a blend with good whiskies. There are blends that are thousands of pounds, guess what, they use expensive single malts. Never mind, you should never pay more than £25 for a blend as you can get decent single malts...


Only ridiculous statement is the one you posted. At no point did I say shouldn't buy and for say cheaper?? Read it again key word is similar.
So much bile.
Stillahibby5 h, 43 m ago

Utterly stupid remark. Apart from any other consideration, this is a …Utterly stupid remark. Apart from any other consideration, this is a lovely whisky. This blend is a blend of single malts and has a lovely smoky, peaty flavour. It is far superior to many single malts I have tasted, some much more expensive. Regularly available in COSTCO for under £23.00.


The temperature of the deal reflects the general consensus. Crap.
I generally stick to single malts but also enjoy a good blend from time to time.This is a good blend and, as others have said, is superior to some of the cheaper single malts at this price level. Saying all single malts are better than all blends is simply ignorant. Voted hot
lucas2 h, 22 m ago

Hahaha you stick to your jim beam and knob creek son, leave the single …Hahaha you stick to your jim beam and knob creek son, leave the single malts to the men


You're even thicker than I first thought. You're now talking about bourbon when this is a scotch thread.
MattyGr3 h, 39 m ago

You're even thicker than I first thought. You're now talking about bourbon …You're even thicker than I first thought. You're now talking about bourbon when this is a scotch thread.


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