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Whisky Offers

At Oddbins we always look to offer you the fairest price, and from time to time we are able to offer discounts as part of promotions or clearances on our selection of Whisky's. Take a look and you might find that your favourite is a little better value than you thought!

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  1. Compass Box The Peat Monster Premium Blended Scotch Whisky

    Compass Box 'The Peat Monster' - Premium Blended Scotch Whisky

    Now £47.25

    Was £52.25


    For those who love big, rich, peaty and smoky malt whiskies, this is your man. Bottled at 46%, The Peat Monster combines extremely smoky malt whisky from Islay with medium-peated Highland whiskies to create a balanced and approachable monster, but a monster nonetheless!

  2. Evan Williams Extra Age Black Label Bourbon

    Evan Williams Extra Age Bourbon

    Now £25.00

    Was £30.00


    Evan Williams' namesake founded Kentucky's first commercial distillery along the banks of the Ohio River in 1783. Today, Evan Williams is the second largest selling Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey in the US and the world, distilled just a few blocks from the site where Evan himself built his distillery. Their bourbons are made to a time-honoured recipe, distilled and carefully aged for a smooth, rich taste that has been perfected over generations.

  3. Evan Williams Single Barrel Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey

    Evan Williams Single Barrel Vintage 2004 - Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey



    Based in Louisville, Evan Williams Single Barrel Vintage Bourbon is a five-time Whiskey of the Year award winner. Each year Master Distillers Parker and Craig Beam select barrels that meet their exacting standards. It's a bourbon that is vintage dated, meaning each bottle is marked with the vintage date it was put into oak and the year it was bottled. A delicate amber gold in colour, with a nose of dark caramel, sweet oak and charred wood, it reveals a lush and spicy palate with honey, apple and orange notes.

  4. Glengoyne 10 Year Old Single Malt Whisky

    Glengoyne 10 Year Old - Highland Single Malt Whisky

    Now £29.00

    Was £34.00


    Glengoyne is distilled slower than any other single malt Scotch whisky making it a soft, subtle and complex dram. Malts are air dried so you'll find no peat here, just a delicate balance of smooth barley, baked apples and oaky spice. In his Whisky Bible 2008 Jim Murray says "Seriously chewy and textbook bittersweet balance. Incredibly long and defined for such a light malt. A little beauty. 90 points."

  5. Kavalan King Car Conductor Single Malt Whisky Taiwan

    Kavalan King Car Conductor Single Malt Whisky

    Now £64.75

    Was £69.75


    King Car Conductor is a limited edition whisky from King Car's Distillery in Taiwan. The King Car Conductor whisky showcases the excellent range of flavours the distillery can produce and bring this to Europe. It is created as a well-rounded malt to represent the King Car Group. Sweet, rich flavours of vanilla, banana and also coconut, with a slight pleasant bittnerness to balance out the sweetness. A mouthfilling drink that is both complex and sophisticated.

  6. Mackmyra Swedish Whisky Single Malt

    Mackmyra Brukswhisky Swedish Whisky

    Now £46.00

    Was £51.00


    This latest bottling from the Swedish Mackmyra Distillery is an award winning light, well-balanced whisky. The whisky is predominantly matured in bourbon barrels but also includes whisky aged in Sherry and Swedish oak casks also. A little smoky whisky is added to give it a fruity dram with a touch of spicy juniper smoke.

    The nose offers a fresh and delicate with aromas of fruit and vanilla. On the palate the vanilla notes remain along with even more fruit, before a spicy oak and apple finish.

  7. Old Pulteney 12 Year Old Highland Single Malt Whisky

    Old Pulteney 12 Year Old - Highland Single Malt Whisky

    Now £29.50

    Was £34.50


    Flavourful, easy going drink. This is a sea swept whisky from the fishing village of Wick. A gold medal winner (presumably for something sea based like yngling) that punches above its price bracket, it manages to be intense and yet easy going, with savoury sea salt and yeastiness perfectly balanced by a touch of sweetness from the bourbon casks.

  8. Port Askaig 8 Year Old Single Malt Whisky

    Port Askaig 8 Year Old Single Malt Whisky

    Now £43.50

    Was £46.50


    Although every distillery on Islay has its own character, London-based Specialty Drinks has selected parcels of what it believes to be the most balanced single malt whisky on the island to bottle as Port Askaig. Named after the first port of call for visitors to the island as they come across on the mainland ferry. Although Islay's signature smokey, maritime character is present in Port Askaig 8 year, there is also a fruity and citrus character captured. As with all independent bottlings produced by Specialty Drinks, Port Askaig is non-chill-filtered and is free of added colour.

  9. Tamdhu 10 Year Old Speyside Single Malt Whisky

    Tamdhu 10 Year Old - Speyside

    Now £37.00

    Was £42.00


    From a distillery that dates back to 1897, Tamdhu 10 Year Old is matured exclusively in sherry oak casks and the quality is defined by the hint of peat in our malted barley, as well as the distillery's location on the banks of the River Spey: their water is drawn directly from the Tamdhu spring. Only the best European and American oak sherry casks are selected to mature the spirit, a high proportion of which are first fill. The nose has the softness of vanilla and sugared almonds, balanced by fresh oak and cinnamon, while the palate is bursting with fruit and spice - gently yielding to toffee and the richness of sherry oak. On the finish, fruit and vanilla linger, becoming pleasantly drying - finally unveiling the merest wisp of peat smoke.

  10. Teeling Single Grain - Irish Single Grain Whiskey 70cl

    Teeling Single Grain - Irish Whiskey

    Now £45.50

    Was £50.50


    Teeling is an independent Irish whiskey company dedicated to bringing choice and breadth back to the Irish whiskey category through small batch releases of interesting and flavoursome bottlings.

    The Single Grain was awarded World's Best Grain at the World Whiskies Awards, 2014, and is one of only a handful of Single Grain Bottlings in the world. It is fully matured in Californian red wine barrels resulting in an intensely fruity and beautifully amber liquid.

    The nose has spice and fruit notes, while the palate lush red berries and grapes, with drying tannin effect at the end. The finish is dry, and dominated by wood and spice.

  11. Tomatin 12 Year Old - Highland 70cl

    Tomatin 12 Year Old - Highland

    Now £35.50

    Was £38.50


    Matured in a combination of Scotch Whisky, ex Bourbon and ex Spanish Sherry casks, the silky Tomatin 12 Year Old has rich, fruity and slightly sweet flavours of apples and pears, with subtle hints of nut, before a long and pleasantly oily finish.

  12. Tomatin Whisky Meets Sherry Oloroso

    Tomatin Whisky Meets Sherry Oloroso

    Now £55.00

    Was £60.00


    Opposites attract, as they say, and in the case of Tomatin and Oloroso this couldn't be more true. In a classic tale of Whisky meets Sherry, Tomatins life is changed for the better when it’s introduced to the elegant and gentle character of Oloroso.

    Having lived a rough and rugged youth, Tomatin is influenced heavily by Oloroso’s age and wisdom, transforming it in to a silky-smooth dram with sweet aromas, slightly bitter flavours and a dry finish.
  13. Tomatin Whisky Meets Sherry PX

    Tomatin Whisky Meets Sherry PX

    Now £52.00

    Was £57.00


    Tom's simple life in hogshead was thrown into turmoil when the famous Spanish wonder Pedro Ximenez appeared at the distillery. Their chance encounter bloomed into a full-blown love affair as their radically different lifestyles drew closer and closer together.

    In awe of Pedro, Tom looked deep into his glossy bottle and said “I’m just a whisky, standing in front of a sherry, asking it to share its flavours.”

    The pair put their differences aside and went on to live a long and harmonious life together, gorging on all the figs, raisins, apricots and plums they could find. It’s all rather sweet, really.

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