I have that one saved too! C'mon hotukdeals, we need you
Please, please don't (lol)
That sounds like a challenge :/ Can I please add Currys to my original list. 3 months and still yet to resolve an account admin issue. System login denied despite using their password reset process and receiving emails announcing success of password reset. Their call centre - it's a joke. Press 1 for this, (submenu) press 1 for this (submenu), press 1 for this, press 2 for this (submenu) meanwhile automated system directing you towards their online chat-now function which doesn't work. Just CC'd CEO on an email to customer services, plus generated a Resolva case. Let's see what happens.
My sweet summer child... Get a two year Three contract and come back to me in 2023.
On par with BT or Hermes? Surely they are THE benchmarks.
14/07/2021Expires on 14/07/2021Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Might seem like a freak but I absolutely hate ice in my whisky. When it comes to winter I literally put the bottle on the radiator even. Warmer the better for me. Yes, I am a weirdo.
Any cooling in your whisky will tighten up the molecules and reduce the amount of flavour you get. At least ice provides a bit of dillution if thats young thing. Don’t see the point in making such a short drink cold for the sake of it
Agreed. Just pointing out the useless whiskey stone trend.
You lot, just stick the bottle in the fridge if you want it cool!
It's a good a deal price wise but whisky stones and tumblers are useless for single malts / "proper" whisky sipping which needs to at room temperature and with tulip/Glencairn type of glass..... for blended/cokctails tumblers are nice but might as well use one or two normal ice cubes then for a refreshing drink https://www.gearpatrol.com/food/drinks/a254075/why-whiskey-stones-are-terrible/
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31/08/2021Expires on 31/08/2021LocalLocalPosted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Yes but your whole take was the lower price is fraudulent or something, where as it did exist but switched to the higher price and was in the process of updating.
Reminds me of the old man drinking effervescents.
If it jumps in price in basket it means it was showing as the low price on item page correct? OBVIOUSLY then the price was the low price for a short time, but got put up and is just showing still as the low price on product page and gets refreshed to new higher price when you add to basket.