Bailie Nicol Jarvie Blended Whisky
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Whisky or Whiskey
What's in a name? Bailie Nicol Jarvie Blended Whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Bailie Nicol Jarvie Blended Whiskey, rather than whisky.
Ian McGregor ( .........yet a 5th Generation Australian ! )
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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What the doctor ordered
Excellent Blend at an Excellent Price
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
Trev. J. Scotch whisky drinker for 50 years.
Love the taste, the flavor... but it's cheaper here... Monkey Shoulder goes for 21 euros...BNJ goes for 23... it'd be silly to buy from you... Cheers
27th September 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.
23rd September 2014
BNJ is smooth, consistent, tasty, and has body without malice ! BNJ is discounted here @$36 per & routinely wins blind-tasting tests against all similarly priced and many greater priced whiskies. I permanently tour Australia 4x4, from the Outback to the Alps to the Tropics and I would not happily do so with any other brand. If ingestion of BNJ also cured toxic stings and snakebites,it would be the perfect travelling companion !
22nd August 2014
Mr Dugald McKellar
One of the smoothest whiskys
This is simply my favourite whisky, and I have been researching for 77 years!
21st August 2014
An exceptional whisky, given the price even better.
14th August 2014
This is probably my favourite blended whisky (ahead of Black Bottle and Aldi's Highland Black) - not seen it in the supermarkets around me for a while but came across some in Waitrose on holiday in Norfolk. Ultra smooth, loads of flavour, shame the price is creeping up above £20.
13th August 2014
The only blend that rivals the malts
I had never heard of this whisky before I saw it on sale in Booths supermarket whilst on holiday in Windemere. Out of curiosity I bought a bottle, as it cost only a little over £20. Probably one of the best £20 I've ever spent! A gorgeous sweet and smooth whisky for the price, which meant I bought another bottle before returning home from my holiday in the Lake District. I've been home for just over a week and I had the final dram last night. This could turn out to be more expensive than I envisaged! My favourite whisky (and a very rare treat) is Middleton Rare and although the Bailie Nicol Jarvie is only half as good, it is a fifth of the price.
10th August 2014
I live in Scotland and found this in my local supermarket, discounted from the already low price. Tried it on a whim and I love it. It's easily my "drinking" whisky as it's so affordable, tasty, and smooth.
I like the range of malts, from growly to smooth; and this one very much shows its Speyside/Highland roots, it's SO smooth and delicious. And it tastes like a malt, the only malt that I've ever countered that does so. (I think Black Bottle, a good and worthy blend of the Islay malts, still doesn't match any of the Islay malts).
Even if you're rich enough you never need to consider the price difference it's really so good, and historic, it's worth getting at least one shot of. For anyone else you'd be crazy not to try it if you like your malts.
24th July 2014
Tried it for the first time during my holiday in Scotland. A superb blended whisky. I was really surprised. Full body, good value for money. More than that: wonderful value for meney.