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Costco - Johnny Walker Blue Label $113

Kawfee 13 June 13, 2013 at 03:22 PM in Your Mileage May Vary (YMMV) (3) More Costco Wholesale Deals
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Went to my local Costco in Southern California and came across Johnny Walker Blue Label for $113 after instant rebate taken at register

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#31
I love Grangestone 12. Less than $30 and very clean, delicious, slightly sweet and my day to day drink. On special occasions, I enjoy Laphroaig Quarter Cask Double Cask. It's closer to $80 and a much different flavor profile. Very nice though. My buddy has been wanting the JWB. Might have to get him an early birthday gift.
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Quote from cheapofillipo View Post :
whiskey/whisky??
Depending in country of origin it's either whiskey or whisky. link [nytimes.com]
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#33
you can buy Johnnie Walked from China for $20 USD and 1982 Lafite for $100USD
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Any other brand recommendation in the $50 range? I need to send a present to a guy that knows a little bit about whisky, so a good less marketed brand would be a nice surprise for him
TIA
Macallan 12 YR is around $45
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Damn VABC in VA :-(
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Quote from cheapofillipo View Post :
whiskey/whisky??
Yes, bourbon is whiskey.
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Quote from abarajame View Post :
Any other brand recommendation in the $50 range? I need to send a present to a guy that knows a little bit about whisky, so a good less marketed brand would be a nice surprise for him
TIA
In that price range def. go with Macallan 12yr. or The Ballvenie. Two fine choices.
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Quote from laphroaigh View Post :
Glenmorangie....try the sherry, port or sauternes finish.

I love those
+1 on Glen..my absolute fav!! Wink
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#39
Yes a good price for JW Blue but I agree with the posters that say you can get a much tastier scotch for significantly cheaper. Also, the Kirkland brand 20yo is similar in my opinion to Old Pulteney 12 which is around $35 only I actually like the Old Pulteney better. Thing about scotch though is that it's all about what YOU like not what other people like. These are just my opinions. If you genuinely like JW Blue then get this, it's a slick deal.
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In that price range def. go with Macallan 12yr. or The Ballvenie. Two fine choices.
I second the balvenie, the 15 year is very nice if you want to spend a little extra. the 17 year peated cask is a bit much though (I am not a fan but you might like it).
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Quote from stryder View Post :
For under $50 I'd go with a bottle of Michael Collins 10yr Single Malt Whiskey [proof66.com]. It's a bit hard to find though, not widely distributed. It has a high rating on proof66.com.
Great choice! One of my favorites.
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#42
Balvenie Doublewood & Ardbeg FTW ! There are so many single malt options available, you could probably drink a different one every week for rest of your life. Remember years are very important, but complexity of taste is what makes single malt whiskey better. Macallan has amazing complexity in taste when you look at their higher end stuff.

If you live in UK, it's incredible stuff you can get that never sees the light of day anywhere across the world.
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#43
i am sure there are tons of really good (but expensive) whiskys around. If you ask me, i found really very few quality whisky around the price range I want to buy frequently. You will be surprised that many of them are not from the countries you expect. For example have anyone tried amrut single malt?
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Quote from morchus View Post :
i am sure there are tons of really good (but expensive) whiskys around. If you ask me, i found really very few quality whisky around the price range I want to buy frequently. You will be surprised that many of them are not from the countries you expect. For example have anyone tried amrut single malt?
I'm familiar with it, but never tried Indian whisky. What is the price range you are referring to?
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#45
around the $50 mark. Everytime I pour some of these to my friends, they think it is some expensive scottish stuff. I enjoy the look on their face, once I show them the bottle. I specified amrut, because that really surprised many of my friends with the price vs quality.

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I'm familiar with it, but never tried Indian whisky. What is the price range you are referring to?
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