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What Drams Are Made Of

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With Scotch malt whisky starting at just £14, ‘Lidl’s onnet’ with budget-friendly Burns Night toasts that the Bard would approve of

For Scots looking to raise a cost-friendly dram to the Bard this Burns Night, look no further than Lidl’s whisky collection. 

Starting at just £14, Lidl’s 3-year-old Balmuir blended Scotch whisky would have been sure to turn Burns’ head.

An exciseman, yet famously fond of a wee dram, Burns would no doubt also have penned an ode to the 5-year-old Glen Orchy blended malt Scotch whisky, or the Abrachan blended malt Scotch whisky, at a crowd-pleasing £15.49 and £16.99 each.

Meanwhile, the award-winning Ben Bracken Highland, Islay and Speyside single malts really do raise the Bar-d when it comes to toasting Scotland’s national poet – all for a song at £16.99 a bottle. 

Prices like these are certainly worthy of putting an extra spring in Tam O’Shanter’s step!

As for the other ‘hauf’ of the celebration, Lidl also has Scots covered with ‘Auld Lang Synes’ pointing to a slap-up meal of haggis, neeps and tatties for up to six people for just 72p per person.

Look out for Donald & Sons XXL haggis at £2.99 (1.136kg), along with a ‘muckle’ Scottish swede for a ‘mickle’ 45p and an entire bag of Blonde Bella Potatoes for 89p (1.5kg). 

All products are available at Lidl’s 111 stores across Scotland while stocks last.

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