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Johnnie Walker Blue Label 750ml - $ 119.99 + Tax - Costco

chilloutguy007 73 18 June 7, 2012 at 11:46 AM in Mail In Rebate (2) More Costco Wholesale Deals
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I was at Costco yest (1600 Expo Parkway,Sacramento, CA) yesterday and bought 4 Johnnie Walker Blue Label for $119.99 each.
There is no limit, you can buy as many as you want.

This deal ends 06/08 i.e., tomorrow.
Regular price(146.99) - Instant Rebate at Checkout($27) = $119.99 + Tax.

Regularly, I pay $150 Cash at a liquor store for this. This is a good deal if you like Blue Label.
I might go today again and stock some more.

Cheers!
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So what would recommend for an excellent single malt?

Glenmorangie La Santa- sherry wood finish. $60 a bottle
Laphroaig - $50 for those who love strong peaty scotch
Glenlivet 18 YO $90 - is also excellent


Dont touch the blended stuff.......
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So what would recommend for an excellent single malt?
To each his own.

But some great starters (for me) were:

Glenfiddich 12 yr
Talisker 10 yr - my favorite
Balvenie 14 yr carribean/rum cask

Bear in mind you're not supposed to get drunk on these. Cheers though! Cool
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So what would recommend for an excellent single malt?
What flavor profile are you looking for? Do you like smoky, peaty? Do you prefer sherry or bourbon? What is your budget? There's a lot of good options...but it's a little easier to recommend something if you know your preferences. That said, you could start with something on the lighter side and work up to more advanced malts as you go.
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So what would recommend for an excellent single malt?
http://www.bevmo.com/Shop/Product...uctID=1990

Sorry that it is a $40 more expensive. But since you're going over $100, might as well do the right thing. The difference between the two is like the difference in between the Majors and Triple A. And if you want go the All Stars way, the 25 years is about $650 drool
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So what would recommend for an excellent single malt?
Dalwhinnie 15 Year for starters. Generally balanced and great for a first shot at single malts. Not expensive at $45 - $50 a bottle.
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So if I like McCallan and Balvenie I would like...

(I got the Kirkland 17 Scotch to try and I like it a lot too; I heard it's bottled by Mcallan?)
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To each his own.

But some great starters (for me) were:

Glenfiddich 12 yr
Talisker 10 yr - my favorite
Balvenie 14 yr carribean/rum cask

Bear in mind you're not supposed to get drunk on these. Cheers though! Cool

WOAH- regular Glenfiddich is what the Scots export to England cos they hate them so much
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Glenmorangie La Santa- sherry wood finish. $60 a bottle
Laphroaig - $50 for those who love strong peaty scotch
Glenlivet 18 YO $90 - is also excellent


Dont touch the blended stuff.......

Great list...I would also add Lagavulin to this list too (hands down my fave!)
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Great list...I would also add Lagavulin to this list too (hands down my fave!)
agreed, though harder to get and a bit more than laphroaig
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I enjoy blue because it tastes like butterscotch, goes down smooth and is excellent to share with friends who aren't scotch drinkers.

If someone could recommend a better quality scotch, that's also lighter on the pocketbook, I'm all ears.
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Dalmore King Alexander is all I buy anymore, other high quality scotches just can't hold a flame to this bottle. Binny's in Chicago has it on sale occasionally for around $150, usually $199.
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WOAH- regular Glenfiddich is what the Scots export to England cos they hate them so much
While lacking in the complexity of other malts it is quite drinkable...and I think a bit underrated. You can pick up a bottle for $25 and have a nice introduction to single malts. I'd recommend it for someone just getting into whisky. Great price and it's not going to knock a first timer out like a laphroaigh or an ardbeg probably would.
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any idea of how long you'd be waiting for?
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Dalwhinnie 15 Year for starters. Generally balanced and great for a first shot at single malts. Not expensive at $45 - $50 a bottle.
Definitely a nice single malt that is great for starters. I'd also suggest Glenkinchie 12 as another affordable (~$40) and easy to drink quality malt.
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i cannot drink this stuff. any hard drink for that matters makes me want to throw up. cold beer is tolerable, sometimes.
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