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Talisker Skye Single malt scotch whisky 70cl - £25 @ Amazon

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A good price for this very quaffable whisky, £40 plus in the supermarkets.

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Produced at the oldest distillery on the Isle of Skye, Talisker Single Malt Scotch Whisky has been made by the sea since 1830, with its smell and taste instantly connecting you to its rugged maritime home.

Every sip is a taste of the Isle of Skye itself, one of the most remote, windswept yet beautiful landscapes in Scotland. Talisker Skye pays tribute to the rich varied landscape of Isle of Skye – from soft, serene shores to the dark, jagged peaks of the Cuillin mountains.

Talisker Skye brings with it a well-rounded and sweet flavour profile packed with fresh citrus, sweet smoke, peppery spice and traditional Talisker maritime notes.

It's matured in a combination of refill and toasted American oak casks, with a slightly higher proportion of toasted casks. Talisker Skye takes the distillery's classically rugged character and softens it out, while maintaining the smoky and sweet notes the distillery is known for. Best served neat or with a little water, or with ginger ale and a squeeze of fresh lime for a refreshing long serve.

More approachable, but undeniably Talisker, it’s the ideal gift for those looking to start exploring the smoky world of single malts. To learn more and for a guided tasting experience, just ask Alexa ‘open Talisker tasting’.

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  1. shappinbegs's avatar
    I think this is the standard supermarket offer price but it's still a good price for a good whiskey
    thekitkatshuffler's avatar
    Yep. Same price at Morrison's and Sainbury's at the moment.

    Good price wherever you choose to grab it.

  2. nicktee55's avatar
    It's whisky, not whiskey!
    MrTazPants's avatar
    That's the Irish for you.
  3. Dodge62's avatar
    The 10 year old is much better, and used to be priced not much higher. But now I see it's £38 on Amazon, the same price as 10 year old Laphroaig, and I'd much rather drink that.
  4. deviouspaul's avatar
    £23.75 on s&s now. That's swung it for me!
  5. swedishmax's avatar
    At the price point, it’s ok but by no means a great whisky.
  6. Bill_Carr_PH's avatar
    Lovely stuff
  7. KapilPaul's avatar
    this is normal price at morrisons or tesco
    thekitkatshuffler's avatar
    Currently £42 at Tesco - tesco.com/gro…762

    And Morrison's acknowledge it's reduced...

  8. AJhukd's avatar
    Amazon price matches across the supermarkets, so when one or more supermarkets put a branded product on offer, Amazon matches that. Seems to be their pricing strategy across a range of goods.
  9. zedzedUK's avatar
    This is a "No Age Statement" (NAS) whisky. While it's likely better than your typical "cheap" bottle of whisky, this will contain younger (i.e. < 10 yo) malt whiskys, and (usually) tastes worse (then than the equivalent 10 yo). Of course, tastes differ, but I'm making a broad generalisation here

    Personally, I'll never buy a "NAS" as it's just a way for distilleries to try to "semi-con" the public into paying single malt prices for whiskys that are cheaper to make. Also, if you're buying for a "whisky lover" and don't see the "years" on the branding (10 years, 12 years, 15 years etc.) on the box then they (potentially) are likely to be disappointed. The fancier the box/branding the less likely it is to have good whisky in it, unless your paying £££s for it

    p.s. This is the same price (select direct from Amazon), and is my favourite (not a special occasion) whisky. Just for those in the mood for a wee dram and something a bit different: amazon.co.uk/dp/…ils (edited)
  10. jcmaton97's avatar
    I hear you but I think the point of NAS is that some younger whiskies actually do taste very good - but people aren't going to buy them if it says it's 8 years old or whatever the actual age is due to the mindset of older = better.
  11. Meathotukdeals's avatar
    I buy and drink for the taste. Yeah correlation to age n all that, but I like this and for me worth £25 for the taste. Liked it more than Storm and 10 year old.
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