Many people like a drink every now and then. Some people like to drink after work, during dinner and while they are at a bar or pub meeting friends. To get your favourite whisky, of course you can go to a supermarket or a specialised liquor store. But in this age of technology, you can also order your malt or mixer online. If this sounds good to you, chances are that The Whisky Exchange can be of service.
About The Whisky Exchange
The Whisky Exchange is a family business that has been around since 1999. Nowadays they are the number one specialist retailer of whisky and other drinks on the internet. They have almost 4.000 whiskies varying from bourbons to Single Malt Scotch and many others. As the name of the company already states, they have a lot of different whiskies. But their supply of whisky is not all that they have. Besides whiskies and malts, they also sell spirits, liquors, cocktails, mixers, wine, champagne, beer and sake. Of a lot of their drinks, they have a sample and a miniature available. They are a good option if you doubt whether you like a certain wine or mixer but would like to try that out. In case you are in doubt as for what kind of whisky is popular and good: they elect the malt of the month, spirit of the month and sparking of the month. This might help you in your choice to pick out the best whisky .And besides drinks, they also sell books about whisky and other kinds of accessories that can be used at a bar.
Visiting The Whisky Exchange
Services of The Whisky Exchange
The Whisky Exchange has a shop on Covent Garden, London, that you can visit. But of course you can also order online by making an account and put drinks in your digital basket. The Whisky Exchange can also be found on social media like Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and their own blog. If you are not planning on buying for yourself but are looking for a gift for someone else, you can take a look at the gift ideas on their website. You can sort these gifts by gifts for him, gifts for her, corporate gifts and gifts for a certain price range. But also by occasion. They show that gifts are a good idea for wedding gifts, wedding favours and birthdays and anniversaries. They also sell gift boxes and, in case you are not really sure what kind of whisky someone would like, an e-gift card. The last option enables the receiver to find his or her own special drink on the website of The Whisky Exchange.
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Many people drink whiskey and other kinds of beers and they set their time when they going to drink it or where they want to go which bar which restaurant and they cant live without them. So guys now there is for you all whiskey lovers now you dont have to go somewhere you came from work or travelling and cant bother to go outside so in service of THE WHISKEY EXCHANGE is here simply order your whiskey and get your order in no time at your place and give you the best of the best which you like :) so i try it once you will be fond of this service :)
2 bottles of whisky (one stolen by carrier) Port and Mead
AVOID! Messed about with delivery and items stolen by their carrier
AVOID AVOID AVOID!!!!
Order for £135 sent by Parcelforce, which unfortunately I got messed about with, one day getting a text stating delivery that day, then no delivery, then another text the next day, tracking said out for delivery, no delivery then states back at depot, then told saturday delivery, stayed in for a 3rd day but still no delivery.
After all that Parcelforce then couldn't be bothered to deliver the parcel and took the order straight to the post office for collection , and then had the bare faced cheek to post a card through the door saying our parcel was at the post office. If they can come to the door to deliver a card, why not bring the parcel.
WELL - the answer is that one of the items was missing, Whisky Exchange looked at CCTV and it was packed at their warehouse, but it seems it was stolen by Parcelforce. How could that have happened given the box had sealed tape across it and a plastic strap that showed no sign of tampering?
Whisky Exchange said that Parcelforce sometimes repack the order - WHAT? WHY? They allow their carrier access to the shipped items? What a ridiculous thing to let do with such high value items - of course someones likely to steal something - what legitimate reason is there to repack an order once it's left their warehouse??? Now it makes sense why no-one at Parcelforce wanted to deliver the item to the door, they'd get found out one of the bottles was taken by their staff.
How can a company let their carrier do this kind of thing, I'm not the first on here to highlight that Parcelforce have caused issues for customers of the Whisky Exchange.
I ended up getting the stolen item refunded and had to get the missing items myself from Royal Mile Whiskies in London (Very nice shop in Bloomsbury - recommend Royal Mile Whiskies highly), I certainly won't be buying from Whisky Exchange again
Waste of time ordering from Whisky Exchange on the web, you have no idea when you will receive your order and it's likely some of it won't turn up. I'll also be boycotting the Whisky Exchange shops too and NEVER recommending them to others.