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Jack Daniels 1 litre £16 instore at Jack's
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1 litre Jack Daniels for £16! They have other 1 litre spirits like Smirnoff vodka and Bacardi. But JD 1 litre for £16 is an absolute bargain! Stores here St Helens - WA9 4BZ Ed… Read more
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JohnIIIrd

Cheapest I've seen this is £18 at Sainsburys at Xmas time. Hot!

savvyB

Jacks all up north! Nothing down south..

doggwrc

Hit added, I hope it's the same price in my local shop 😁

doggwrc

Belter??? Asda 18£

guttediam

It’s heat from me

Selection of 1L Spirits £15 in Morrisons instore (Famous Grouse, Smirnoff, Bells, Russian Standard, Gordon’s, Barcardi, Captain Morgan)
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LocalLocalFound 16th AprFound 16th Apr
1 litre Spirits £15 in Morrisons, these are Famous Grouse, Smirnoff vodka, Bells whiskey, Russian Standard Vodka, Gordon’s Gin, Barcardi & Captain Morgan. This was advertised … Read more
Jefft

Wot!! No brandy?

palli

Perfect. Time to stock up on Capt. Morgans! :)

wishihadadonkey

Great find @Iman1 - thanks for sharing & taking the pic :) heat added

Hampton Spirits Jam Set (2pk) Now 50p In-store at B&M
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Hampton Spirits Jam Set. Do you know someone who loves jam and spirits? If so, then this is the perfect gift for them with two different flavoured preservatives making up a tas… Read more
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veedubjai

(y)

angie14

They had a couple of the whisky ones in switch island b&m.. @ 50p (y)

shotatdawn

Went on to our B&m and Home bargains (sister group) and they were full price £1.99 -hate to say -they are bloody lovely

Frangelico Hazelnut Liqueur, 70 cl  £12.50 (Prime) + £4.49 delivery (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
A low price for a very nice Liqueur. Free PnP with Prime only. Blurb: Frangelico hazelnut liqueur can be enjoyed either straight, in cocktails, shots or coffee … Read more
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TellyLover

Why so enraged? You don't like, move on.

indyjukebox

Like I said earlier, I did not post an RRP at all. I did link to the camels website picture. That's all I did. But thanks for being so obnoxious.

chapchap

And you posted it with a 47% deduction which is just wrong and misleading. Thankfully someone picked up on your “mistake” and corrected it.

indyjukebox

I buy this regularly and this is the lowest it has been for a while. I haven't claimed a RRP anywhere. A mod seems to have put in £14.49 as RRP. Posts like yours are the reason i really hate posting anything on this site. Try to help others out and you get people shouting abuse at you. (annoyed)

jamhops

12.55 at Christmas so heated

EDINBURGH Gin Pomegranate and Rose Gin Liqueur, 50 cl Sold by Amazon £13.25 (Prime) + £4.49 delivery (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
Lowest price as per the camels website. Other flavours have been on offer previously, but this variant usually isn't. For clarity this is a Liqueur. Free PnP with prime only.
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indyjukebox

I really don't understand the cold voters. Please can any one of them show me where this is available cheaper?

J1135

Heat a good few quid cheaper than everywhere else I've not tried this one yet but my mate has and reckons the rhubarb one is far better

jameshcomps

Great deal have some heat !

indyjukebox

Lidl Hortus Oriental Spiced Gin 70cl - £14.00 @ LIDL
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LocalLocalFound 24th MarFound 24th Mar
Usual price about £15.99? Couldn't find this particular one on Lidl website so no direct link available (unless someone can edit it and fix it). Me and my companion like it a lot ;… Read more
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HantsShopper

Thanks OP, will be trying this. (y) Your adorable little dog looks very interested in the bottle too......

maxymalny

Well, if thedeal is g0ood, whynooot ;-)

chumpyman

Ahhh drunk posting a deal, fantastic

urbanbushwacker

Hair of the dog?

maxymalny

Makes sens now haha ...and night is still young :D

Masons Dry Yorkshire Gin, 70cl £29.99 (12% OFF) @ Amazon
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Back on offer just in time for a spring G&T.. Truly a small batch craft distilled Dry Gin. Gin Profile - Bold and Aromatic Tasting Notes - Bold and aromatic, with smooth j… Read more
alex.wainman

Great price, I find the taste too aniseedy but still a nice gin.

darsuke

Amongst my favourite but spent the same on some Roku only yesterday 🤪

Jim Beam Maple 70cl £29.95 @ Amazon - Sold by The Wine Cellar and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
Don't think you can get this in the UK for any cheaper, unfortunately it's not a litre bottle and this is pricey still for Maple but maybe will be a deal for thoses who want this a… Read more
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hot1805

Because people are insisting they have seen it for £12 in Asda when Asda have never sold it and Tesco haven’t sold it for two years.

psycho_terror

not sure why you feel like people are being ignorant, regardless of the fine detail this was extremely cheap whisky a few years ago. i agree you won't find it for the same prices in the UK now, but it's hard to argue that paying £30 for a whisky that should be worth half of that won't constitute a "good deal" for most people.

Nettle_Warrior

This is so much nicer than Jack Honey, less sugary tasting. Haven't seen it in any supermarket for years though.

MattyGr

It was £13 in Tesco.

hot1805

Thank you op for posting in the face of ignorance. Those who swear they saw it for £12 in Asda probably also swear Elvis is alive and working in their local chippy (lol)

Jawbox Pineapple and Ginger Gin Liqueur, 70 cl £16.90 (Prime) /+ £4.49 delivery (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
Seems like an interesting drink. Positive reviews. Lowest price as per the camels. Free PnP with Prime only. Nose: Sweet pineapple aromas evoke memories of Caribbean sunshine … Read more
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patrick_000

Ahh, thanks, I hadn’t noticed the word liqueur. Order cancelled.

indyjukebox

I think the title state liqueur, doesn't it? Anyway I am not a hard core gin fan and prefer flavoured variants like this. Not everyone cares just about the absolute alcohol content, so hopefully this may help people looking for something a bit lighter?

spoon_2000

Yup at 20% you wouldnt want to add much tonic.

jae79

Thank you. I love this and have waited a long time for a price drop. It works well with ginger ale.

brisbrom

It's more of a liqueur than a Gin. Probably best if used to add a bit of flavour to a cocktail.

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Glayva Whiskey Liqueur 50Cl from Tesco £12
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Hugely popular Scottish liqueur made with whisky, honey, spices, almonds and tangerine. (Apparently) Interestingly Glayva is now trademarked as 'the best liqueur in the world' aft… Read more
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Robert_Paulson

Never tried it but thought I'd give it a go, as my local had a bottle reduced to £9.75 to clear. :D

MRGRINGO

Delicious.

jaydeeuk1

I think it's nasty personally, but wife loves it

Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey Liqueur, 70cl. £11.15 Amazon Pantry (+£3.99 del) - Prime Exclusive
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Found 27th FebFound 27th Feb
Amazon pantry only but a good price. Dark red colour Natural cinnamon flavours Hot and spicy taste
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johnnyshuttle

Oop's, correct. 8)

Mr-Bayram

sam_of_london

According to Wikipedia Allergic reaction Individuals who cannot tolerate propylene glycol experience inflamed dry skin in the facial area, or small red dots on the body. Propylene glycol has the dubious honor of being named the American Contact Dermatitis Society's Allergen of the Year for 2018.[4] Estimates on the prevalence of propylene glycol allergy range from 0.8% (10% propylene glycol in aqueous solution) to 3.5% (30% propylene glycol in aqueous solution).[54][55][56] The North American Contact Dermatitis Group (NACDG) data from 1996 to 2006 showed that the most common site for propylene glycol contact dermatitis was the face (25.9%), followed by a generalized or scattered pattern (23.7%).[54] Investigators believe that the incidence of allergic contact dermatitis to propylene glycol may be greater than 2% in patients with eczema or fungal infections, which are very common in countries with lesser sun exposure and lower-than-normal vitamin D balances. Therefore, propylene glycol allergy is more common in those countries.[57] Dangers of Propylene Glycol from draxe.com 1. Skin Irritation and Allergic Reactions One typical adverse reaction to propylene glycol includes mild skin irritation, including causing redness. Usually, this happens in people who are allergic to the chemical and subsides after a short period of time after the body has had time to break down the compound. (5) If exposed to the eyes and facial area, propylene glycol can also be an irritant and cause mild conjunctivitis. 2. Potentially Toxic to the Kidneys and Liver Propylene glycol is used in many IV medications, including Lorazepam, an anxiety-reducing and seizure treatment medication. This drug is often administered to patients with extensive burns as sedation during the healing process or to psychiatric patients. When given Lorazepam for an extended period of time in large doses, clinicians have discovered possible kidney issues in the form of increased creatinine levels in the blood. (6) Generally, creatinine (a product of muscle breakdown and growth) remains in consistent levels in the bloodstream. Excess creatinine is a sign that the kidney is unable to process compounds at a normal rate. People who already operate with poor kidney function are unlikely to be able to process propylene glycol efficiently and should avoid exposure when possible. A 2007 study from the University of Connecticut assessed the treatment of propylene glycol toxicity and also noted it can be dangerous for those with liver problems. (7) On an interesting, positive note, propylene glycol might actually have the ability to protect your liver from damage done by the common headache medication, acetaminophen. (8) 3. Probably Not Safe for Infants or Pregnant Women Prospective mothers are usually very cautious during and after pregnancy to ensure their children’s health. In the case of propylene glycol, it should be no different. While some research states that neonates (preterm infants) have been found to have no adverse side effects from propylene glycol, it’s also true that infants cannot break down this compound as quickly as an adult can. (9, 10) This is due to the enzyme pathways that are still in development at the time of birth — depending on whom you ask, the period of development can last anywhere from six months to four years. Before the completed growth of these enzyme pathways, parents should avoid allowing their children to ingest or be exposed to many chemicals that are potentially harmful, and pregnant mothers should do the same. (11) 4. Neurological Symptoms The one area in which the CDC’s toxicity profile negatively assessed propylene glycol was in the area of neurological symptoms. When taken orally and tested by patch test to find the amount of the chemical still in their system, a number of people were found to have varying degrees of neurological issues, including stupor, convulsions and other unspecified “severe mental symptoms.” In a cat-based study, cats receiving the high dose developed “decreased activity, mental depression, and slight to moderate ataxia.” It’s important here to note that the humans in the noted studies above had been exposed to orally administered medication containing propylene glycol and were most likely allergic to it. The dangers of propylene glycol - Dr. Axe 5. Cardiovascular Problems Heart disease and symptoms have been commonly associated with propylene glycol exposure, mostly in part due to a few case studies that have caused alarming concern. One such patient was an 8-month-old who suffered a heart attack after four doses of topical medication to treat a burn. A horse was also reported to suffer a myocardial edema after a mistaken oral dosage of a very large amount of propylene glycol. 6. Respiratory Issues There are conflicting reports regarding the impact of inhaled propylene glycol. As it’s a fairly common ingredient in smoke machines (for theater productions) and other inhalable substances, this is an important distinction to make. In rats, some scientists have found enlarged cells in the respiratory tract, as well as some nasal hemorrhaging. In another case, the horse mentioned above who suffered myocardial edema eventually died of respiratory arrest. While the conditions under which these studies occurred are unlikely to be repeated in humans, this information is still relevant. Many substances can be potentially toxic in massive doses, and it’s impossible to guarantee these chemicals do not build up in dangerous levels, especially in some cases. 7. Potentially Bioaccumulative in Certain Cases I did mention earlier that propylene glycol is not considered bioaccumulative (builds up over time in the bloodstream). However, critically ill adults may be an exception to this rule. When administered large doses of Lorazepam, adults with or without kidney issues have experienced an abnormal buildup of propylene glycol. (12) If you suffer from kidney or liver issues that may affect your body’s ability to process organic compounds, or are chronically ill, I highly recommend limiting your exposure to this compound as much as possible, as for these individuals propylene glycol can act like a poison. One interesting case study followed a 24-year-old woman diagnosed with pneumonia. She was given Lorazepam for 18 days to treat her severe respiratory distress, at which time she developed lactic acidosis, a condition marked by lowering the body’s pH level to a dangerous extreme. After discontinuing the drug that poisoned her body, her condition stabilized for a period of time, but she later died after her condition deteriorated again. (13) Again, this is an example of the rare (but possible) effects of the accumulation of propylene glycol in your system. 8. May Be a Pathway for More Harmful Chemicals Perhaps the most concerning part of constant propylene glycol exposure is the way that it may provide other chemicals a free pass into your bloodstream. Propylene glycol increases your skin’s propensity to absorb whatever it comes into contact with. Considering the large amount of dangerous chemicals we encounter on a regular basis, this may be of even more danger than the compound itself.

kebabthief

Propylene Glycol is in loads of things that we consume. Eliquid for electronic cigarettes are usually at least 30% Propylene Glycol, many as much as 80%. It's also used in air conditioning units in hospitals with the purpose of making the air easier to breathe. You could drink a litre of pure Propylene Glycol and no harm would come to you.

Grumpy_Cat

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/propylene-glycol#section4 It's an ingredient in antifreeze which is "generally safe", which doesn't sound that reassuring. Alcohol is technically a poison, so swings and roundabouts...

Jameson Irish Whiskey, 70 cl, only £15 at Amazon
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Jameson Irish whiskey is a blend of the best pot still and fine grain whiskies that is as versatile as it is smooth It is triple distilled, according to a tradition started in 17… Read more
Vibrex

Updated!

thekitkatshuffler

I ordered 1. No minimum order, so maybe update the title?

kryspin9

Same price at ASDA. Minimum order 1 https://groceries.asda.com/product/whisky/jameson-irish-whiskey/18904

Who111112

Ordered this yday on amazon.. Didn't have no min order for me? Got in post today and already on my ginger ale and jameson as I type :)

palli

Bargain, just noticed a banner offer to buy £50 gift card and get £6 off next purchase. Tempting!

Beefeater dry gin 70cl £12.40 (£11.16 NUS) @ Co-op
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Beefeater London gin 70cl reduced to clear £12.40 Staff said it’s part of a national stock clearance? Found at co-op Llanelli.
Gingirl

Not at my two branches in tyneside, guess it might depend on sales/store size or grade

sam_of_london

Voted hot

cwtsh

Zymurgorium Sweet Violet Gin Liquor 50cl @ B+M
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Came across this in B+M and its a favourite of ours. We usually have to get it off amazon which at the minute is £24.89 with Prime. This is the cheapest I've ever seen it and the o… Read more
jaceyar

I tried this and hated it - floral and too sweet.

candycane

This flavour is lovely, thanks for posting x

plodging

18% ?

dc7911

Never thought of that but I'll be trying it now you've mentioned it (y)

devlino

Ice...

Red Square Toffee 35cl @ Home Bargains  - £4
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Toffee Flavoured Vodka Drink 20% - £14 for 70cl bottle on Amazon.
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pfpf

I've made some homemade versions of lots of drinks, posted some recipes on here for Amaretto, Limoncello etc...I love this drink and true to form have tried to make my own, not quite got it right yet but will report back if/when I do :{

sjm198333

This is lovely stuff! Heat!

Toon_army

See this all the time, would love to try it but I don't drink XD

Spirits 70cl reduced at Co-op Iver Heath - highland park £17.25, Jura 10yr £17.50, bulleit bourbon  £13.75, grants £9.66 see description
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Highland park £17.25 for 70cl Jura limited edit 10yr 70cl £17.50 Bulleit bourbon 70 £13.75 Grants 70cl £9.66
onthatb0mbshell

Had a deal like this last year in my local Co-op, bought all the Highland Park they had, at that price it's a no brainer . Recommend you buy it also.

alfa111

None in mine. Saw these prices last October though.

huntski

Went and got fuel today from a Texaco/Co-op and they had their spirits reduced, bottle of Grouse but it wasn't the ordinary one version reduced from 24quid to 11, I'd take up whiskey drinking for that!

rexdare

Just popped in at 16.55pm and there’s still 2 highland park 12yr, half price Port and they have added 7 bottles of Famous grouse smokey black to clear.

rexdare

I just bought the Tanqueray 10. There is also cheap sherry and port.

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