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The Glenlivet 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky 70cl (Double oak) £26 @ Amazon
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Posted 19th Sep 2020

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Another £2 off this on Amazon bringing the price down to a very respectable £26......

"The Glenlivet 12 year old is a single malt, double matured Scotch whisky. From the Speyside region of Scotland, it is first matured in traditional, then American oak casks. The latter barrel imparts notes of vanilla and gives the whisky its distinctive smoothness.

This classic single malt has a rich and fruity taste with a long, creamy and smooth finish. Its delicious flavour is delicately balanced with strong pineapple and vanilla notes. This made it winner of the 2019 International Wine & Spirits Competition (IWSC) Silver award.

This expertly crafted whisky is a perfect gift to offer for special occasions or to treat yourself as an everyday dram. It comes in a 70 cl (700 ml) bottle at 40% ABV, and is best enjoyed neat or on the rocks".
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andrewp19/09/2020 11:52

Pay £7.90 more and buy the Arran 10 and thank me later. 46% ABV, non chill …Pay £7.90 more and buy the Arran 10 and thank me later. 46% ABV, non chill filtered and no added colour. Magnificent stuff


Now I’m not against recommendations (and I like Arran) but these sorts of comments appear regularly on whisky deals... of course if you pay 30% more for something you would expect to get something significantly better. But there is good reason for getting something ‘OK/good’ to fill the time between more expensive/special drinks.

Pay double and you can get a magnificent drink. Pay triple and you can get something really stunning. And on it goes.
jakeyjakey19/09/2020 14:08

Now I’m not against recommendations (and I like Arran) but these sorts of c …Now I’m not against recommendations (and I like Arran) but these sorts of comments appear regularly on whisky deals... of course if you pay 30% more for something you would expect to get something significantly better. But there is good reason for getting something ‘OK/good’ to fill the time between more expensive/special drinks.Pay double and you can get a magnificent drink. Pay triple and you can get something really stunning. And on it goes.


You’re right and nothing wrong with a bit of Glenlivet if that’s your bag. It’s more trying to lead people towards the better quality whisky for very little more, rather than the standard well known brands that water down to 40% and chill filter etc. And you are getting more whisky for your money at 46% ABV.
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How does this compare with Glemorangie 10?
Same (good) price at Tesco
Pay £7.90 more and buy the Arran 10 and thank me later. 46% ABV, non chill filtered and no added colour. Magnificent stuff
avinine8619/09/2020 11:49

How does this compare with Glemorangie 10?


Similar. The Glenlivet is slightly fruitier IMHO. Both are great options at this price.
andrewp19/09/2020 11:52

Pay £7.90 more and buy the Arran 10 and thank me later. 46% ABV, non chill …Pay £7.90 more and buy the Arran 10 and thank me later. 46% ABV, non chill filtered and no added colour. Magnificent stuff


Now I’m not against recommendations (and I like Arran) but these sorts of comments appear regularly on whisky deals... of course if you pay 30% more for something you would expect to get something significantly better. But there is good reason for getting something ‘OK/good’ to fill the time between more expensive/special drinks.

Pay double and you can get a magnificent drink. Pay triple and you can get something really stunning. And on it goes.
jakeyjakey19/09/2020 14:08

Now I’m not against recommendations (and I like Arran) but these sorts of c …Now I’m not against recommendations (and I like Arran) but these sorts of comments appear regularly on whisky deals... of course if you pay 30% more for something you would expect to get something significantly better. But there is good reason for getting something ‘OK/good’ to fill the time between more expensive/special drinks.Pay double and you can get a magnificent drink. Pay triple and you can get something really stunning. And on it goes.


You’re right and nothing wrong with a bit of Glenlivet if that’s your bag. It’s more trying to lead people towards the better quality whisky for very little more, rather than the standard well known brands that water down to 40% and chill filter etc. And you are getting more whisky for your money at 46% ABV.
jakeyjakey19/09/2020 14:08

Now I’m not against recommendations (and I like Arran) but these sorts of c …Now I’m not against recommendations (and I like Arran) but these sorts of comments appear regularly on whisky deals... of course if you pay 30% more for something you would expect to get something significantly better. But there is good reason for getting something ‘OK/good’ to fill the time between more expensive/special drinks.Pay double and you can get a magnificent drink. Pay triple and you can get something really stunning. And on it goes.


Its good to have both sides of the the perspective on a thread for the less knowledgeable. Heat nonetheless.
andrewp19/09/2020 11:52

Pay £7.90 more and buy the Arran 10 and thank me later. 46% ABV, non chill …Pay £7.90 more and buy the Arran 10 and thank me later. 46% ABV, non chill filtered and no added colour. Magnificent stuff


I may have to sample the Arran 10 Year Old.
It sounds like the review about Glenmorangie that I read in a Sainsbury's Christmas magazine thirty odd years ago.
The "butterscotch" intrigued me.
I bought a bottle on spec and the rest is history.
I couldn't believe the difference of a single malt compared to my teenage throat-burning experience of cheap blends.
Still nor progressed to enjoying smoky/peaty mind you.
Edited by: "dvdvicar" 19th Sep
dvdvicar19/09/2020 17:01

I may have to sample the Arran 10 Year Old.It sounds like the review about …I may have to sample the Arran 10 Year Old.It sounds like the review about Glenmorangie that I read in a Sainsbury's Christmas magazine thirty odd years ago.The "butterscotch" intrigued me. I bought a bottle on spec and the rest is history.I couldn't believe the difference of a single malt compared to my teenage throat-burning experience of cheap blends.Still nor progressed to enjoying smoky/peaty mind you.


I just drank supermarket sold brands for a number of years. Most of them are decent enough and they don’t make bad whisky, but I wish i’d known about what else was available years earlier than I did. Supermarkets tend to only stock the big brand, corporate face of whisky and they often compromise their product in favour of profit
Good price in recent times but I this used to consistently be cheaper than Glenfiddich and Glenmorangie. Then PR introduced Founders Reserve and bumped up the price of the 12...
£38 in Morrisons. Idealo has this as of today £26 cheapest price around for over a year. Ordered.
This or the 15 at £38...???
Is the 15 50% better I ask myself?
dvdvicar20/09/2020 07:09

This or the 15 at £38...???Is the 15 50% better I ask myself?


The 15 French Oak is Good whisky, but I’ve only ever bought it on offer (30-35) and never tried the 12.
dvdvicar20/09/2020 07:09

This or the 15 at £38...???Is the 15 50% better I ask myself?


I wouldn't pay £38 for the 15 year old. There are far better options out there at that price.
andrewp19/09/2020 11:52

Pay £7.90 more and buy the Arran 10 and thank me later. 46% ABV, non chill …Pay £7.90 more and buy the Arran 10 and thank me later. 46% ABV, non chill filtered and no added colour. Magnificent stuff


How do you manage to get a price of £33.90? Cheapest its been according to camel is £39 : uk.camelcamelcamel.com/pro…HM2
shopkeeper20/09/2020 22:37

How do you manage to get a price of £33.90? Cheapest its been according to …How do you manage to get a price of £33.90? Cheapest its been according to camel is £39 : https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/product/B07ZMGDHM2


Its literally £33.90 on Amazon right now dispatched and sold by Amazon with free delivery
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