Awards for Bailie Nicol Jarvie
Bailie Nicol Jarvie Details
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Bailie Nicol Jarvie
A very popular blend from Glenmorangie. Bailie Nicol Jarvie is a sweet, delicate blend with Highland, Islay and Speyside whisky, blended with top quality grain whisky.
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Excellent Blend at an Excellent Price
The Bailie reviewers on here all seem to refer to it as a "Malt". Read the label and you'll discover that it isn't a malt - it is a blended whisky - but with highest content of single malts - of any blended whisky in the world. Morrison's used to sell it at £16 a bottle when I first discovered it in 2006 - I am broken hearted that they have recently stopped selling it.
21st November 2014
A very beautiful and soft whisky. I love buying it for my husband. I am just wondering why I cannot find it in any supermarket. What happened !!!
3rd November 2014
Smooth - very well done.
26th October 2014
what a whiskey, its a sweet one but not to sweet with a distinctive taste and a quite a nice clear yellow colour well worth buying even though its a blend its my choice every time far nicer than most other bland blends
15th October 2014
I love this whisky. I get through about one bottle a year of Scotch and always come back to this wonderful drink. It seems to be a well kept secret here in England, although a certain supermarket now stocks it. If you like Islay and Highland malts you will probably appreciate this delightful blend. I just hope if it becomes more poular that it doesn't become inferior (as sadly happened to a well known and cleverly marketed, formerly superior blend some years ago).
2nd October 2014
Bailie Nicol Jarvie is indeed one of rarest of its kind. Who would ever guess it was a blended whisky and not a single malt? I've visited quite a few distilleries in my time; the last one (4 years ago) was to the Highland Park Distillery on Orkney. It was quite a trip yet well worth the effort. Highland Park 12 year old is a good single malt, but in my opinion not quite as 'easy-going' as BNJ. Highland Park also produce a 15 year old malt which is the best single malt I've ever tasted. Sadly, you can't buy this in the UK because it's for export only (I don't know why). The point being; Bailie Nicol Jarvie is up there with the very best of the single malts, yet it's a blended whisky, which is quite astonishing and tastefully amazing.