Not online at my local asda - still coming up as £39. I'll check instore tomorrow. Excellent price if I can get it for £16.03! Heat added anyway. (y)
By the way I'm sure it's not "mispriced", since last week there have been lots of alcohol deals on here from Asda as in many stores they are changing the range that they sell and reducing certain lines to clear. It's just luck as to what you might find on clearance in a particular branch (as these prices aren't national), but it's well worth checking instore to see if they have any bargains.
There's was still 3 left on the shelf I'd already put 2 in my trolly when I took the picture, couldn't believe my eyes..
Excellent price. I'd have taken the 3 personally, but good restraint leaving one.
Very good price. Heat added.
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Didn't post the other flavours as other people had posted them :)
Lots of other flavours are available too, great find OP.
This is my least favourite flavour of theirs, i found it very chemical tasting, have only had a few of it. That said, good price
Couldn't agree more! I hated the taste if gin in my late teens, and 20's....definitely something you grow into! (y)
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Usually 0,7cl bottle on some supermarket deal is priced for £25 when normal price is £32 so here for 1liter bottle price is similar. IMO it's good deal (skeptical)
It is the 43% version in the bottle with the fancy label and it does come with a box so dont compare it with the standard version in the supermarkets. According to the camels it has only been cheaper on Amazon once before (when I got it) so this is a good price for this particular product.
Just for anyone who is interested, the box isn't metal - its cardboard
Nice deal love this single malt no hangover next day like Blended whisky
These names are usually attached to non-aged whiskies for whatever reason, but upon closer consideration they couldn't possibly be 'the founders reserve' as that would mean they've been held in reserve for a great many years - which they clearly have not.
I was always fascinated with names of some products. This is "founders reserve" What might it mean?! 1) it's better than the rest 2) it's so horrible that we will keep it in reserve just in case screenwash is required :D Just like "butchers choice" 1)its the best, or 2) it's so disgusting that the butcher chose it to be fed to dogs or binned only :D
Maybe not horrible, dull yes, but perhaps not as dull as dishwater. Those who enjoy Glenlivet might better appreciate the Glenlivet 12yo available in Morrisons for £28 at the moment.
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To be fair, the advertising copyrighter avoided the usual tired and trusted formula of mountains heather tartan and so on (most of which are conspicuously absent in Wick), although it's only a matter of time before some joker comes up with "spirit of fair the Vikings" or some such other nonsense! (Remember, you read it here first!)
Agree with your stance on advertising, see the same with wines, coffees etc, often wonder who comes up with it and why - can only presume somebody somewhere has decided 'it's needed'. This is indeed one of the better ones imho and it appears to be growing in popularity - unfortunately that probably means the price will go up ;( so, I'd advise those who like it to maybe grab some now. :D
I can do without their advertising hyperbola - putting all the "matured by the sea" nonsense aside, it's actually quite a good "single" entirely characteristic of the "highland" malt tradition - deserves to be far better known, and more highly respected.. Although not an "instinctive" whisky drinker find the highland singles more palatable than the Lowland varieties, less "challenging" than the Isla malts and more complex than the "Strathspey" tradition - buy this with confidence, at this price it's unlikely to disappoint, and is a perfect introduction to "grown up" "off-mainstream" offerings. Certainly an awful lot better than your usual £12.99 "gutrot" blends, worthy of comparison to Glenmorangie - even if you don't think so. at £24 it's not an absolute disaster if it isn't exactly to your taste (although frankly I'd be surprised if anybody could find something disagreeable about it) I'll keep an eye out for this next time I'm up at the supermarket! Voted hot