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The Whisky Shop
10 Paternoster SquareLondonEC4M 7DY
- +44 (0)20 7329 5117
Top 5 reviews of The Whisky Shop
You know how airport shops claim that their prices are as good or better than the high street shops? And you think to yourself "nah, there's no way that's true." This is the shop they're comparing against. The prices here are so high they make the duty free stores in the airport look like a bargain.
This shop has a really excellent selection. Lots of whiskeys you won't find in grocery stores... more
I agree with previous reviews about the staff. I visited a sister store in Oxford and really enjoyed my interaction with the staff there.
Overall, this is a great place to pick up a bottle or two of whisky. I love they have small sampler boxes so one pick up a variety to take home. They are easier to pack, less likely to break, and do not exceed the duty free restriction when returning home. more
I'm a whiskey novice, and I made the mistake of asking the assistant what the Japanese whiskeys were like. "Which one", he replied, "it's a bit like asking what is whiskey like". I've rarely encountered such rude and condescending service.
They do seem to have a decent range. It has the atmosphere of an airport shop - all fancy sponsored displays and gleaming surfaces. There's a much nicer... more
For being a plain Jane unimaginative chain store, The Whisky Shop offers a stellar assortment of single malts from all around the world.
Whilst the decor heavily features dark warm wood and plenty of glass, the staff are certainly more wooden than warm. You'd find an equivalent reception at your garden variety offie.
If you're seeking that hard-to-find dram that your corner store just... more
Really great to know that you have a place to go that a doesn't just cater to the Talisker, Glenfiddich, Glenlivet and Glenmorangie crowds. There is so much more out there, all they need is a retail outlet...oh, hang on, yip, here we are.
A great selection here, you can even take a bottle of some great aged Whiskys home straight from the cask. They usually have 5 different ones at any one... more