Single malt deals at ASDA inc. Aberlour 10yo whisky for £18
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Single malt deals at ASDA inc. Aberlour 10yo whisky for £18

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Found 1st Jun 2013
Scorching price. In store and on line.

Also (all 70cl):

Isle of Jura 10 - £20
Isle of Jura Origin - £20
Glenfiddich 12 - £20
Glenmorangie 10 - £25

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Best of the bunch...either JURA at £20
Well spotted...thanks!

Nice one , thanks

Nice ,heat and its my birthday comin up if anyone wants to treat !

Awesome deal!

This does drop fairly regularly to £16 in ASDA ......

Nice price.

I picked up a bottle of Glenfiddich 12 in Sainsbury's for £22.50 this afternoon. I thought it was a reasonable price. Should have waited

Original Poster

gazw

This does drop fairly regularly to £16 in ASDA ......



Not in the last 2 years ..

Help from you whiskey drinkers?

For someone who's favourite is ardbeg. How does this drink compare. The person will drink jack Daniels farmhouse grouse and bells. May he like jack Daniels honey

louiearch9309

Help from you whiskey drinkers? For someone who's favourite is ardbeg. … Help from you whiskey drinkers? For someone who's favourite is ardbeg. How does this drink compare. The person will drink jack Daniels farmhouse grouse and bells. May he like jack Daniels honey


So what you're saying is, whilst you may tentatively dabble in the finest circles of whisky culture, you're quite happy to suck the **** from any tramps cock?

louiearch9309

Help from you whiskey drinkers? For someone who's favourite is ardbeg. … Help from you whiskey drinkers? For someone who's favourite is ardbeg. How does this drink compare. The person will drink jack Daniels farmhouse grouse and bells. May he like jack Daniels honey



In fairness if he will drink grouse and bells he will drink any old crap! The Jura as someone has already pointed out is very nice!

They shouldn't let anyone sign up to this site wtf

I bought a bottle of Laphroig 10 a while back, which had way too much peat for me. My two favourites that are currently in my cupboard are Glenfiddich 18 and Johnnie Walkers Double Black. I was thinking of picking up a bottle of the Aberlour 10 as I've not had that before, as user reviews are generally reasonable, and was wondering if anyone had any opinions as to whether one of the others on deal would be more likely to suit me based on the above two?

Thanks

hodgster

I bought a bottle of Laphroig 10 a while back, which had way too much … I bought a bottle of Laphroig 10 a while back, which had way too much peat for me. My two favourites that are currently in my cupboard are Glenfiddich 18 and Johnnie Walkers Double Black. I was thinking of picking up a bottle of the Aberlour 10 as I've not had that before, as user reviews are generally reasonable, and was wondering if anyone had any opinions as to whether one of the others on deal would be more likely to suit me based on the above two?Thanks



If you like Glenfiddich 18 and JW DB, you like Speyside whiskies. My recommendations: Glenlivet, Aberlour, Glenfiddich. None of them is peaty, all very smooth, often aged in sherry barrels which gives the sweetness. Aberlour 10yo is a bit rough on egdes for a typical supersmooth Speyside dram, but still bargain at £20 a bottle. Aberlour 12yo and 15yo are much better, however very rarely available at big supermarkets and never sold at discounted rates. I strongly recommend Glenlivet 12yo - if under £25 a bottle then always a bargain. One of the smoothest 12yo whiskies I've ever drunk, best drank neat at room temperature. Aberlour 10yo benefits from an ice cube or two, as it brings the rough edges down a notch or two...

Rys_Ochodzki

If you like Glenfiddich 18 and JW DB, you like Speyside whiskies. My … If you like Glenfiddich 18 and JW DB, you like Speyside whiskies. My recommendations: Glenlivet, Aberlour, Glenfiddich. None of them is peaty, all very smooth, often aged in sherry barrels which gives the sweetness. Aberlour 10yo is a bit rough on egdes for a typical supersmooth Speyside dram, but still bargain at £20 a bottle. Aberlour 12yo and 15yo are much better, however very rarely available at big supermarkets and never sold at discounted rates. I strongly recommend Glenlivet 12yo - if under £25 a bottle then always a bargain. One of the smoothest 12yo whiskies I've ever drunk, best drank neat at room temperature. Aberlour 10yo benefits from an ice cube or two, as it brings the rough edges down a notch or two...



Thanks for the advice. Will certainly come in handy.

louiearch9309

Help from you whiskey drinkers? For someone who's favourite is ardbeg. … Help from you whiskey drinkers? For someone who's favourite is ardbeg. How does this drink compare. The person will drink jack Daniels farmhouse grouse and bells. May he like jack Daniels honey



This Whisky flavour map might help.
Ardbeg is top lefthand corner

lfw.co.uk/aca…tml

AddictWeb

Not in the last 2 years ..



It was £16 last June.. 12 months ago.

hodgster

Thanks for the advice. Will certainly come in handy.



Along with the good advice above, if you are looking for one around 25 bar, Tesco have dropped The Old Pulteney to £25 a bottle, bloody lovely drop.

Aberlour is easily the worst of the bunch

Original Poster

Steel_Priest

Aberlour is easily the worst of the bunch



Couldn't disagree more, one of my favorite single malts and certainly my favorite of the selection provided above. The fact that its not to your taste has no reflection on the whiskey.

AddictWeb

Couldn't disagree more, one of my favorite single malts and certainly my … Couldn't disagree more, one of my favorite single malts and certainly my favorite of the selection provided above. The fact that its not to your taste has no reflection on the whiskey.



It's Scottish Whisky, not Irish Whiskey, should we trust your palate judgement ....;)

AddictWeb

Couldn't disagree more, one of my favorite single malts and certainly my … Couldn't disagree more, one of my favorite single malts and certainly my favorite of the selection provided above. The fact that its not to your taste has no reflection on the whiskey.



I really like the Aberlour as well. It's nice to have when I don't fancy the Jura Superstition which is peatier etc.

It's all quite subjective though - I really love Lagavulin but don't appreciate balvenie doublewood which others swear by. (I'm sure I could learn to like it over time though :p)

Come on Morrisons, price match or something. Want want want.

gazw

This does drop fairly regularly to £16 in ASDA ......



show me

valerydarcy

show me



or else .........................

Thanks guys, it would help if there would be a word "whisky" in the title. That is why I could not find it earlier.

Original Poster

Thanks, added.

Still available in ASDA today

aberlour would be my choice from given ones...
Edited by: "kkwiatkowski" 29th Jun 2013
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