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Bell's Original 1l

(100cl, 40%)

Bell's Original 1l

Unfortunately, we can't ship Bell's Original 1l to the United States at the moment, but we've got some friends who can.

Bell's Original 1l Bottling Note

A full litre of Arthur Bell's finest. Now no longer billed as an 8 year old, the 'Original' is still very much a great value proposition, and is as good now as it ever was.

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Bell's Original 1l Reviews

5 stars


20th December 2020

Not the same

No doubt like many others, I have bought 1970s and 1980s bottlings of Bells in whisky auctions to compare to the modern day stuff like this. I can say unequivocally and undisputedly that comparison is futile - they do not compare both in the sense that the older bottles are infinitely better AND that they are not even reminiscent of each other.

I have done this with Bell's, Grouse, White Horse, Teacher's, VAT 69 and Black & White - all with the same result.

Given the shift in interest towards single malt and the surge in popularity of whisky as a whole, this is predictable and the logical result.

However, I wish brands would stop pretending modern-day blends are the same proposition. They're not. They're young, grain-heavy drinks that are, at best, acceptable and, in most cases, for mixing.

14th November 2020

very good whisky, for it's price outstanding

Got a bottle bought me by a friend of the wife, thought have it when getting short off the good stuff, when I had a drink a few weeks later I was amazed, it is better than some whiskies i have paid double and triple that amount for, I was telling people what a great whisky it was

9th July 2020


I’m a big whiskey man and lover of whiskey bells is honestly amazing! It has an oaky flavour and comes off with sweet refreshing taste to the buds! Not to strong a scotch best!

13th June 2020

Love it

Smoothest Scotch blend on the market

19th October 2016

common dude

Great Stuff

8th November 2015

Why is anyone buying this? EDIT

EDIT: I obviously meant a 100cl bottle, sorry about the typo. If you were getting 1000cl then I would be asking the people buying the 70cl bottle why they were getting so badly ripped off!

25th May 2015

Why is anyone buying this?

OK you want Bell's that is your choice. But why are you buying it in a 1000cl bottle when it is cheaper per dram to buy the 70cl? If you do the maths the 70cl bottle is £21.07/litre. This is £22.90/litre. It is the same whisky!

25th May 2015

not as good as it once was

Idont know what has happened to my favourite blended whisky,it isnt a patch on what I regarded as pure heaven.Too much meddling with a great product,I suspect with a view to the sacred cow,PROFIT OVER PRODUCT.

31st December 2013

nice and smooth

it is for sure not the best, but a very good one!!

6th April 2013

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