Choosing the right whisky can be a daunting task given the wide range of types, flavours and prices you're faced with. Find the perfect bottle by reading what our customers have to say about some of the most popular whiskies and discover reviews on top brands such as Glenmorangie , Jack Daniels and Johnnie Walker
To choose the right whisky, consider the following factors:
- Age: whisky is typically aged in wooden casks. The label indicates the bottle's age.
- Colour: generally speaking, the darker the whisky, the older it is.
- Region: popular whiskies tend to be from Ireland, Scotland (such as Scotch) and the United States (American types include bourbon).
- Price: If budget is not an issue, try a limited edition whisky for a more premium taste
Was quite reluctant to sample a honey liquor given that I'm not a big fan of honey. But I tried it, and have since gone through 3 bottles of the stuff over the past few months. Read the full review
This was a present for my dad and he loved it. The delivery team were very good as they took the parcel back three times before someone was in. Read the full review
I have bought more Talisker than any other single malt and despite the almost limitless choice of other whiskies available I still find myself yearning to go back to Talisker 10,... Read the full review
Wanted to try this after watching a Sly Stallone film " Bullet in the Head", where he would only drink this bourbon. Read the full review
If you are a fan of Islay Malt then you absolutely have to try Ardbeg it is quite simply the best peaty/ smokey whisky available, every peaty whisky has its sweet spot and Arbeg... Read the full review
Glenmorangie is my favorite single malt and these whiskies are all absolutely top end stuff. Clearly if buying for yourself you will probably go for a full size bottle as you are... Read the full review
Probably my favourite commercially available Moonshine, it isn't as potent as White Dog but tastes more authentic in brewing style and finish. Read the full review
This is like drinking a Dundee cake. It's a nutty, fruity, malty whisky. It's one of those whiskies that smells like it tastes. Very smooth. Very drinkable. Read the full review
Whereas the original Jack Daniels has a rough, oakey flavour and texture, this one is utterly smooth yet still contains the warmth of the former. Read the full review