Laphroaig 10 Year Single Malt Whisky £26.40 @ Amazon delivered
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Laphroaig 10 Year Single Malt Whisky £26.40 @ Amazon delivered

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Found 15th Nov 2016Made hot 16th Nov 2016
Laphroaig 10 Year Single Malt Whisky.

10p cheaper than Asda but delivered too ain't bad.

Usual price around the £35 mark.

Reduced to £25.99 (23/11/2016)

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heat.

Still showing £26.50 at Asda where it has been for quite a while barring the week or so it dropped to £25. No arguments with that price (I have purchased several bottles at this price). I am now holding out for QC deal of around the same price.

I really like the other one from this island. Any offers on that?

Stowgood

I really like the other one from this island. Any offers on that?



Which one? There are a fair few Islay malts

Good price for a good whisky.

Lagavulin is my favourite Islay whisky but that is never reduced!

paul106

Good price for a good whisky. Lagavulin is my favourite Islay whisky but … Good price for a good whisky. Lagavulin is my favourite Islay whisky but that is never reduced!


I got a Lagavulin bottle at Costco the other day, £10 less than Amazon, I was very happy...

m5rcc

Usual price around the £35 mark? Only one supermarket has it that price...



​is that the 10 year, or the select which is cheaper/not as good.

Laphroaig Select is currently £25 in Tesco if anyone is looking, or has club card coupons burning a hole in their wallet.

What's difference between the select and 10 year old

This is going to sound sarcastic but the 10 year old is 10 years old and the Select isn't. Distilleries are running short of supplies of aged whiskies (having to foresee demand in 10+ years is difficult) so are producing a lot more 'non-aged' spin off brands which are likely to have been aged for considerably less time (3 years is the minimum legal requirement) and therefore likely to be generally less complex and developed than their aged counterparts.

magicnigel

Laphroaig Select is currently £25 in Tesco if anyone is looking, or has … Laphroaig Select is currently £25 in Tesco if anyone is looking, or has club card coupons burning a hole in their wallet.


the Select is gash

Virtual Insanity

This is going to sound sarcastic but the 10 year old is 10 years old and … This is going to sound sarcastic but the 10 year old is 10 years old and the Select isn't. Distilleries are running short of supplies of aged whiskies (having to foresee demand in 10+ years is difficult) so are producing a lot more 'non-aged' spin off brands which are likely to have been aged for considerably less time (3 years is the minimum legal requirement) and therefore likely to be generally less complex and developed than their aged counterparts.



Didn't sound sarcastic... but seems obvious now you say it.. not a lot of difference in price however.

Bottle of this today, Kraken ordered yesterday. Christmas sorted, cheers.

chops260

Bottle of this today, Kraken ordered yesterday. Christmas sorted, cheers.



Will it last that long???

paul106

the Select is gash


I thought the same but I'm sure someone might enjoy it. Or if you live off the mainland like myself, Amazon don't ship alcohol. In Northern Ireland you can't buy a bottle of Bushmills from them. Nonsense.

chirper

Didn't sound sarcastic... but seems obvious now you say it.. not a lot of … Didn't sound sarcastic... but seems obvious now you say it.. not a lot of difference in price however.



Of course QC is less aged than the 10 but costs more. I doubt anyone who likes their Peat would say that QC is inferior.

It's noticeable that Select is dropping in price though. I have only purchased it once in local Tesco clearance at £18. I actually enjoyed it but prefer the 10yo over Select. That said drop the price low enough and would happily buy another bottle of Select.

chirper

Will it last that long???



​absolutely........not

Just a note for anyone that likes a peated whisky. I tried a very unique glenlivet in heathrow departures the other day that blew me away. Called glenlivet nadurra.

Usually glenlivets are as far from peat as you can get but this one was matured in peated casks. And oh boy it works. Delicate yet peaty. Superb. Just thought i would add my 2 cents there.

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Edited by: "en3sge" 16th Nov 2016

en3sge

Just a note for anyone that likes a peated whisky. I tried a very unique … Just a note for anyone that likes a peated whisky. I tried a very unique glenlivet in heathrow departures the other day that blew me away. Called glenlivet nadurra. Usually glenlivets are as far from peat as you can get but this one was matured in peated casks. And oh boy it works. Delicate yet peaty. Superb. Just thought i would add my 2 cents there.https://uk.theglenlivet.com/nadurra-peated-whisky-cask-finish/



Cheers for the heads up always up for trying another peaty one.

Heat added. One less Christmas present to buy. How does a similar aged Lagavulin taste compared to this?

magicnigel

I thought the same but I'm sure someone might enjoy it. Or if you live … I thought the same but I'm sure someone might enjoy it. Or if you live off the mainland like myself, Amazon don't ship alcohol. In Northern Ireland you can't buy a bottle of Bushmills from them. Nonsense.



Just a heads up mate, Amazon have shipped me 2 bottles of Whisky in the last week (to NI). Thought the first was a mistake but the second order was processed as well. Glenfaclas 25 and Highland Park 21 both at excellent prices.

Minden33

Just a heads up mate, Amazon have shipped me 2 bottles of Whisky in the … Just a heads up mate, Amazon have shipped me 2 bottles of Whisky in the last week (to NI). Thought the first was a mistake but the second order was processed as well. Glenfaclas 25 and Highland Park 21 both at excellent prices.


Cheers, any time in the past I've tried I've got a Nope from them.
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