Woodford rye, or regular?
I bought Woodford rye today and have regular in the cupboard.
Asda are selling both.
Tesco still doing lots of Clubcard only prices, Buffalo Trace is £18
where's the best place to sell a 'rare' whisky? (ardbeg galileo)
I sold via here and the process was easy: https://whisky.auction/
Grabbed another of these. Not sure when I’m going to get stuck into it. Maybe once I can enjoy with someone who’ll appreciate it.
nice drop. last bottle i bought didn't last long!
ardbeg 10 on clubcard offer for £37 in tesco.
did feel a bit weird buying whisky at 8:30am this morning when i popped in to buy some bagels!
No matter what I go in for, I never leave a supermarket without doing a quick fly-by of the whisky. Good buy!
Went for some Powers Gold after seeing that it has suddenly appeared in the UK. They've made it stronger at 43.2%, so warrants a drop of water. Good St. Patrick's day tipple.
Finally some sensible regulation coming into the world of Japanese whisky, shame it's only voluntary but at least its a start and all the major distilleries have signed up. The fact that the biggest online retailer is reclassifying all Japanese whisky is a pretty big deal.
Only available today...
Ordered a case already.
good price: https://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/p/13370/hudson-baby-bourbon-tuthilltown-distillery-35cl
You know that's for a half bottle, right?
How much syrup does a body need though?
they only come in half and NEVER below £35
Just so long as you know. I've never tried the stuff. Sounds like a bit of a gimmick whisky but if you buy me a bottle I won't knock it back. I mean, I will knock it back, I won't send it back...
"Knock it back" - reject but also imbibe. I love English.
2nd dibs on free bottle from @amey
Hudson? Its quite a big name, still small distillery in upstate NY. I am a huge fan of their Rye.
Is it? I'd argue that Jim Beam is a big name and Hudson is some kind of NKOTB hipster brand judging by appearances alone. How long have they been around?
I've seen Hudson in bars and supermarkets (Sainsburys perhaps?).
Not tried it though.
I believe they initially wanted to set up a rock climbing facility but couldn’t get the right permits... but could get the permits for a distillery.
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