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Scotch / Whiskies

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Dewar's White Label

Latest review: I've drunk a lot of plonk in my 70 odd years, and this is by far the best "off the shelf' cheap scotch whisky for the price. It goes along with VAT69 for drinkability. let's not forget the " hangover


Glenmorangie Original

Latest review: The most smooth and rich in nose and honey taste.Good example of a Highland single malt Non smoky flavor and its good buy.No Caramel and smokiness.Fruity Single Malt better than Glenfiddich 12 year


Smokehead

Latest review: I bought this product and found it tasted absolutely feral compared to many and all others in this area on your display for sale. I am a keen new comer for perfection and I have bought 14 triple


Glenmorangie Signet

Latest review: Very smooth and sweet taste. It fills your mouth and pushes you to swallow slowly. Exciting and austere. You will not want to leave a drop in the glass. The only worse thing is that Signet raises


Vat 69

Latest review: At $29.95 a bottle at First Choice Liquor, this is an absolute steal! I can't understand why Diageo don't promote it more, but then again I'm glad they don't because that would just push the price


Glenfiddich 12 Year Old

Latest review: A quality scotch. I enjoy this with ice or even neat in the cooler months. It is smooth enough not to need water or soda. It is much smoother than Johnny Walker Red or Black, for example. Available


The Glenlivet 12 Year Old

Latest review: For me the first purchase and taste of "The Glenlivet" was the 12 Year Old. That was about fifteen years ago. Prior to that it had been Johnny Walker Green Label or Black, but I was never fully


Chivas Regal 25 Year Old

Latest review: VERY disappointed. Compare this to a much cheaper Blue Label (both blended scotch) it is as sharp as a Red and leaves a strong after-taste. The aroma is excellent, but that's where it ends. All show,


Johnnie Walker Red Label

Latest review: I think it was about seven years ago, the last time I drank this stuff. My fishing mate and I were taking a trip to the foot of Yorke Peninsular. I normally drink any of three "The Glenlivet" and had