Stocking up on this one!
Dan's don't have it on their website
Is there a way to get free shipping
even for the price, this one isn't very nice tbh
Everyone has different tastes, but I disagree. The 15yo is one of my favourite blended scotches and at this price is very good value. It is much different to the Dimple 12yo. "Caramel start with nice floral/fruit layers after. It's a darker richer and smoother version of the 12."
I always love trying different scotches, so if you could name any better scotches at $50 or under, that would be great!
Yeah for sure, each to their own. And honestly, I can't actually name any better ones at $50 or less now that I think about it—I guess as I've tried better and more expensive ones, my tastes have changed. Fair point
I want to get a nice smooth whiskey collection like I 've tried Johnnie Blue and I don't know what I'm doing . These I can get 28% off which would you recommend value wise ? https://www.ebay.com.au/str/officialdanmurphys?_bkw=whiskey
@popsiee: Kinda depends how you define 'value'. Some might consider https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Glenfiddich-Third-Edition-50-Yea... to be a steal at $48,000 a bottle, with a $1,000 discount. And with your 28% discount, that would save a further $13,440. Good value?
What's your price limit? Any preferences on where it comes from? etc. Scotch only?
Whiskey with an 'e' is generally US based (bourbon, rye etc) and irish.
Whisky without an e is generally Scotch and other countries. You mentioned JW Blue, which is a scotch whisky. Not whiskey.
Looking at the cheaper whiskey listed:
On the Irish side, of the lower tier I generally prefer Tullamore Dew, but that doesn't seem to be listed. Jameson is OK (haven't tried caskmate). I don't like the Bushmills Black Bush, though I like their normal white label (again not listed), so would probably be tempted by the Bushmills 10 year old (58.90).
I don't drink much US whiskey, and wouldn't even consider rye to be 'smooth', but I have heard that for a bourbon, Buffalo Trace (49.95) punches well above it's price, and at ~$36 with your discount is a steal
On the scotch side, if you are in the price range of JW Blue, then you should be interested in trying single malt whiskeys. Glenlivet 12yo would be a good start, and with your 28% off bringing it to ~$46, I wouldn't hesitate. Ardbeg 10 is peaty/smokey and can be a bit love/hate.
You're gonna have to try them all to work out what you like and what you don't ;)
Thanks I'll figure it out . I don't particular want to go above $200 range and stay mostly in below $100 whiskeys but like average $70 not going to the nasty stuff .