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(£24.21 per litre)
£96.62 Save £5.09
Enormously popular blend that has come on in leaps and bounds over the last ten years. Bell's signature malt is from Blair Athol, with contributions from the likes of Caol Ila, Glenkinchie, Dufftown and Inchgower.
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Unobtrusive whisky, best in ice or mixed. Not as sweet as the competitors. Earthy with a bit of smoke and maltiness. I only drink this on ice so I can't comment on the nose. But it's a fine daily drinker that doesn't require too much attention.
I used to enjoy Bells, many years ago, so thought I would buy a bottle to save finishing off my single malts, while in lockdown. Either my taste has changed or Bells is worse than I remember, it's beyond rough! Bring on the ginger ale.
Bells has changed a lot recently. This is now more similar to Teachers Highland Cream, it has a smoke finish after a Vodka-like vapoury thinness, instead of the richer, christmas cake finish from 20 years ago. I was given one of those old limited edition bell shaped decanters from 1988 and compared the whisky to the current Bells. Much more aged Speyside flavour in the old version, which had a 8 year age statement, and it tasted like a lot of the malts were older than that. Alas, imagine putting a few drops of young Islay whisky in dram of cheap Vodka, that is what modern Bells tastes like. Surprised if there was much over 3 years old in the malt content. Guess its OK for mixing, and better than JW Red or Grants. Save up for a while and buy a Malt!
I've sampled Bells blended whiskey many times in the past but lately the blend seems to have changed and is now much more bitter, with more of a smokey, peaty flavor. Disappointing ( for me ) as Bells used to be a benchmark and fairly smooth blend.
I started drinking Bell's scotch whisky in 1977 and it's still the best economical whisky I have tasted.
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