I really do like my Single Malts but this is reall
I really do like my Single Malts but this is really not a god one, one of the worst I have ever tasted. Will not be buying again.
This is the worst whisky I've ever tried.
I saw this on the shelf and bought a bottle this week! Wasn't sure at first as haven't heard of Yardhead!! Wow, really nice for the price! Get some lemonade and it makes for a top tipple. Refreshing and 5 *****
I didn't expect a cider co to make a good whisky
Anybody who puts in the review that "it's nice with a mixer" does not appreciate single malts, if you are going to mix just buy a cheap blended one. As for this single malt it tastes bland and week, no burn, nice bottle though, I didn't expect a cider co to make a good whisky but it's a nice enough one for your 1st glass of the night and then move on to some flavors. but please don't insult single malts by adding mixers.
Revolting stuff, will never buy again. Must be mixed with something like ginger wine, to kill the taste
Great value single malt whisky
Great value single malt, enjoyed mixed with appletiser.
buy any other malt
About the worst malt Ive drunk, poundland grade...
Very good drink
My father in law, being an almost Scotsman (Berwick on Tweed) and an all weathers golfer swore by the medicinal properties of a whisky and Crabbies ginger wine (well when suffering from hypothermia it probably made you feel better). So Crabbies single malt on special offer, how could I say no! Perhaps I should have done, my preferences of whisky are Whyte & Mackay, Shackleton, Huntsman (preference latter two) with a dollop of water (if you're north of the border I apologise). With water, Crabbies single malt is "thin" in flavour, in fact without water it lacks any form of burn / bite / essence of whisky. With ginger ale it was a perfectly acceptable drink, with ginger wine it would be fine as it would not overpower the ginger bite. Conclusion it's not good on it's own or with water, but with a mixer fine.