Three Barrels Honey 70cl £12.00 @ Asda
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Three Barrels Honey 70cl £12.00 @ Asda

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Found 14th Oct 2014
Three Barrels Brandy £12. Available online and instore (bought in Eastleigh store)

Normal price in Tesco £17.50 and Sainsburys £18.

Currently £14 in Morrisons but normally £17.99.

Have seen this at £22 in the last couple of weeks so seemed like a good deal.

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Nice find. .HOT..will definitely try this!!

lovely and smooth served over ice great price only problem is that it is far to easy to drink heat added

Would be nice to see what this is like compared to JD Honey.

Hey baz....thats exactly what I'm gonna do!....and also could test drambuie at the same time....now thats a proper honey whisky liqueur if anyone can find me a cheap price for that!

Three for £12? Great price ;-)

PLANKT0N0

Hey baz....thats exactly what I'm gonna do!....and also could test … Hey baz....thats exactly what I'm gonna do!....and also could test drambuie at the same time....now thats a proper honey whisky liqueur if anyone can find me a cheap price for that!


The cheapest I've seen Drambuie at the moment is £18.50 at asda. Nearer Christmas there are usually deals on it.

Bought a bottle of this when it was first released on an introductory price of £14 at Morrisons a couple of months back. Enjoyed it very much and decided I'd have to get another bottle should it go £14 or lower again. £12 is a great price, heat added

Sounds nice....For Medicinal Purposes Only...;)

Other half got some today to try, he`s been drinking the Jack Daniels honey at the moment.

baz-007

Would be nice to see what this is like compared to JD Honey.



Brandy is made from distilling wine, Bourbon from Mash Bill with Corn, and is ONLY Bourbon if its made in US, two very different tastes , Bourbons are sharp, whereas Brandy is smooth, just a bit of nerd for you pal

Not voting hot or cold but it's not for me - alcohol content only 30% compared to 40% for the normal stuff.
Better to stick with normal brandy and stir in a teaspoonful of clear honey if you really have to. Same goes for all the other 'honey' flavoured spirits on the market at the moment - they all have reduced alcohol content.

If you're basing things on their alchohol content then you're doing it wrong, imo. I love JD Honey, because it tastes nice. I've never thought 'man I love JD Honey, but I might stop drinking it because it has a lower alcohol content than regular JD'.

Great find and I will have to give this a try! Since becoming a huge fan of honey rum it would be rude not too

meistic

Three for £12? Great price ;-)


That's Three Barrels of the stuff for £12! p.s. I couldn't find this in Asda Charlton,

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Chuffers

If you're basing things on their alchohol content then you're doing it … If you're basing things on their alchohol content then you're doing it wrong, imo. I love JD Honey, because it tastes nice. I've never thought 'man I love JD Honey, but I might stop drinking it because it has a lower alcohol content than regular JD'.



If you think 94% of the reason you drink booze is NOT for the buzz your deluded my friend

baz-007

Would be nice to see what this is like compared to JD Honey.


couldn't be worse, surely?

Does this taste anything like honey rum served in the Canary Isles?

I love this, its really nice. Worth it for the £12.

ttlpjh

Does this taste anything like honey rum served in the Canary Isles?



On that note I need some honey rum!! any ideas where to buy it over here? been searching for a while...

ttlpjh

Does this taste anything like honey rum served in the Canary Isles?



on that note, anyone know where I can buy honey rum from!?

kej881114

on that note, anyone know where I can buy honey rum from!?



I have found it on Amazon but compared to the prices in the Canaries expect to pay quite a bit !! I think the average is 18 quid a bottle for 70cl !!
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