Johnny Walker Double Black Label 70cl £19.50 @ Tesco
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Johnny Walker Double Black Label 70cl £19.50 @ Tesco

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Found 17th Nov 2014
Popped into Tesco for a liquid gift for my inlaws - came across this at 19.50 reduced from 38 pounds. Couldn't resist. Barrhead branch and at least another 5 on the shelf.

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Excellent find. This is very good stuff with the distinctive flavour of Islay. Bargain.

How can this be a bargain if your other post says £7.70 for 35 cl? Times that by 2 is only £15.40- far less than £19.50

liz57

How can this be a bargain if your other post says £7.70 for 35 cl? Times … How can this be a bargain if your other post says £7.70 for 35 cl? Times that by 2 is only £15.40- far less than £19.50



This is 'Double' Black, the other one is the regular Black Label -

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Edited by: "norfolkbroadslim" 17th Nov 2014

Oh sorry. What's the difference?

Stillahibby

Excellent find. This is very good stuff with the distinctive flavour of … Excellent find. This is very good stuff with the distinctive flavour of Islay. Bargain.


The distictive flavour of islay must be burning wood smoke in the eyes & the face of a gurning world champion.
You need a bottle of red label to sear your mouth clean after tasting this prime example of overpriced booze.

liz57

Oh sorry. What's the difference?


The difference is you get to keep another million taste buds

SixtyFive

The distictive flavour of islay must be burning wood smoke in the eyes & … The distictive flavour of islay must be burning wood smoke in the eyes & the face of a gurning world champion.You need a bottle of red label to sear your mouth clean after tasting this prime example of overpriced booze.



You clearly haven't tasted all of the Islay malts then. What you say may be relevant to Laphraoig and, to a lesser extent, Lagavulin, both of which are very much acquired tastes but Double Black, (grossly overpriced at £39.00, acceptable at £19.50) and Black Bottle, (Morrisons £14.00) are first class and smooth as a baby's bottom.
Red label? No thanks very much, I like my whisky to have some flavour.

Stillahibby

Double Black, (grossly overpriced at £39.00, acceptable at £19.50) and B … Double Black, (grossly overpriced at £39.00, acceptable at £19.50) and Black Bottle, (Morrisons £14.00) are first class and smooth as a baby's bottom.Red label? No thanks very much, I like my whisky to have some flavour.



Yep double black is as smooth as a tar baby's bottom. The red label's not for flavour it's to burn off the tar baby from the palate.



Edited by: "SixtyFive" 20th Nov 2014

SixtyFive

Double Black, (grossly overpriced at £39.00, acceptable at £19.50) and B … Double Black, (grossly overpriced at £39.00, acceptable at £19.50) and Black Bottle, (Morrisons £14.00) are first class and smooth as a baby's bottom.Red label? No thanks very much, I like my whisky to have some flavour.



Yep double black is as smooth as a tar baby's bottom. The red label's not for flavour it's to burn off the tar baby from the palate.


I see you know very little about whisky. Just because you don't like it doesn't make it bad.
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