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Bell's Original 4.5L

(450cl, 40%)

Bell's Original 4.5L

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Bell's Original 4.5L Bottling Note

An absolutely massive bottle of Bell's Original, a classic blend. It holds 4.5 litres of whisky and was made to be used in bars and pubs - hence the upside-down label.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Quite soft and gentle. Malted barley and hints of cut herbs and a fresh floral note. Cereal and grist with a little honey.

Palate: Quite smooth, medium body. Barley and cereals with nut oils, hints of wood and spice.

Finish: Short with notes of fruitcake and smoke.

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Bell's Original 4.5L Reviews

EDIT

Actually the 35cl is more expensive, sorry about that. 70cl is still the cheapest per dram.

25th May 2015

Odd pricing structure

The most expensive way to buy Bells per dram. I suppose it's novelty value or one for the collectors. If you are planning to drink Bells the 70cl bottle is the way to go. All the larger bottles are more expensive per unit volume.

25th May 2015

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