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Penderyn Welsh Whisky - £27 @ Tesco
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Penderyn Welsh Whisky - £27 @ Tesco

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Definitely the best malt whisky I’ve ever drank (and I’m a big whisky snob!). This beautiful single malt is the cheapest I’ve ever known it to be at £27 at all Tesco stores and online. I bought a few as it’s a great saving and they keep forever!
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"They keep forever"... not in my house they don't
Sorry for not posting but I saw one edition of this whisky on Tesco's shelves for £22 in the last week or two.
I can't get on with Penderyn. I've tried this through the portwood impression. It's just too simplistic and thin in flavour. I prefer fuller bodied, multi-layered malts.
confusion04/06/2019 23:06

I can't get on with Penderyn. I've tried this through the portwood …I can't get on with Penderyn. I've tried this through the portwood impression. It's just too simplistic and thin in flavour. I prefer fuller bodied, multi-layered malts.


I completely agree...... It's just a dull light taste, one the weakest I've tried
I love it great post heat added
One of my favourites too. Great post!
Good price, good tipple. I paid this from Amazon back in Sept 2018 which is the last time I bought it. The other releases are good too.
It’s nice enough, but is always over priced, even 27 is too much when you can regularly get quality discounted Scottish malt for around 22.
Someone gave me bottle of Welsh whisky once. It wasn't for me pretty rough stuff and I haven't tried any since. I might give this one s go though thanks OP
NAS whiskey... at £37rrp, who are they kidding.
"Definitely the best malt whisky I’ve ever drank (and I’m a big whisky snob!).
" Whisky = made in Scotland. Whiskey = other country made whiskey. ( and I'm a big spelling snob!).
pooka05/06/2019 09:44

"Definitely the best malt whisky I’ve ever drank (and I’m a big whisky sno …"Definitely the best malt whisky I’ve ever drank (and I’m a big whisky snob!)." Whisky = made in Scotland. Whiskey = other country made whiskey. ( and I'm a big spelling snob!).


You should go and tell Japan that they are doing it wrong then. Or maybe it's just that America happens to use the Irish Gaelic spelling and really everyone can call it what they want to? Except for things like Scotch Whisky which has a PGI.
Tried this once, it was ok. Definitely not "smooth" if that's what you're looking for in a whisky. It was certainly more of a challenge to drink with some "offensive" flavours. Not strictly a bad thing, as some prefer their whisky to fight back a little - but I guess not suited to most people's tastes.
Jonathan_Winston05/06/2019 11:29

You should go and tell Japan that they are doing it wrong then. Or maybe …You should go and tell Japan that they are doing it wrong then. Or maybe it's just that America happens to use the Irish Gaelic spelling and really everyone can call it what they want to? Except for things like Scotch Whisky which has a PGI.



Japanese shoudlnt be calling it " Whisky" even allow they were trained by early Scottish distiller's and theirs is the closest to Scottish whisky, but i dont think they have the 3 year aging before whisky rule.

if you have the time could you drop the japanese consulate a line about it.
pooka05/06/2019 13:59

Japanese shoudlnt be calling it " Whisky" even allow they were trained by …Japanese shoudlnt be calling it " Whisky" even allow they were trained by early Scottish distiller's and theirs is the closest to Scottish whisky, but i dont think they have the 3 year aging before whisky rule.if you have the time could you drop the japanese consulate a line about it.


37794393-xTuyU.jpgI'd contact the consulate, but I'm not sure if using the word "whisky" or "whiskey" is on their priority list, plus I'm far too busy upsetting a number of other people on the internet with information and facts.

Aside: I very much enjoy the Penderyn single malt, it's probably a good introduction for drinkers who haven't explored the spirit as at lacks the peat and smoke that can put people off and has some sweet notes imparted by their choice of barrels. This one or Penderyn Legend always occupy a spot on my shelf.
Jonathan_Winston05/06/2019 14:31

[Image] I'd contact the consulate, but I'm not sure if using the word …[Image] I'd contact the consulate, but I'm not sure if using the word "whisky" or "whiskey" is on their priority list, plus I'm far too busy upsetting a number of other people on the internet with information and facts. Aside: I very much enjoy the Penderyn single malt, it's probably a good introduction for drinkers who haven't explored the spirit as at lacks the peat and smoke that can put people off and has some sweet notes imparted by their choice of barrels. This one or Penderyn Legend always occupy a spot on my shelf.



Should have just used a highligher and you would have had more time to contact the consulate to see if it was on their priority list
I was really not keen on this the first time I tasted it. I'd been expecting something more like the Scottish whiskies I love, but after coming back to this on another occasion I began to accept it for what it was. It's very different to Scottish whiskies but has an equally complex structure and satisfying flavour. Well recommended.
Wow. Can’t believe some of the pure hatred for anything not Scotch in this thread! I think they’re bitter because a 4 year aged bottle of Welsh is winning more awards than some of their own 👌🏻
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