Privacy & Cookies

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A cookie is a piece of data stored by a website within a web browser allowing small amounts of information to pass between your computer and a website server. This allows our web site to remember what products you have in your shopping trollery, to tailor content to suite your browsing experience and to help us learn how you like to browse our web site so that we can make improvements.

Cookies were designed to be a mechanism for websites to remember things that a browser had done there in the past such as logging-in or which pages have previously been visited.

The Whisky Barrel web site uses cookies to perform essential functions on a modern web site including:

Remembering what products you have in your shopping trolley.

Remembering whether you are logged-in or not.

Monitoring web site traffic.

The Whisky Barrel web site collects non-personal data to monitor traffic flow:

Your Internet Protocol (IP) address.

How you found our web site including any search terms.

The domain name you are using for example .co.uk or .com.

The web browser you are using to view our web site.

Which popular pages you visit on the web site.

Deleting Cookies:

Deleting cookies depends on your web browser, normally found within the tools function. Modern web site browsers provide the option to disable cookies. You can find the instructions for doing this in the browser's Help menu function. Refusing cookies on your web browser will mean you cannot complete a purchase at The Whisky Barrel.