Scotland: Whisky & Distilleries
Producers who have made this meeting possible are:
|Bunnahabhain||Wilson & Morgan||Thirty Eight|
|Tormore||Master of Malt||28 years|
|Springbank||Master of Malt||19 years, cask #482|
|Glendronach||Official||Original, 12 years|
The winner of ths session (Bunnahabhain Thirty Eight) has been presented for the second time and got the same average points as the first
This rating "favorite" is awarded based on purchase intentions in relation to price. This bottle has 16 points during the session. This makes it a best buy in terms of value for money.
Then come Springbank 19 years from Master of Malt with 4 points, the Tormore form Master of Malt 2 points, and finally with 1 point, we have the Dailuaine form Whiskybase and the Highland Park from Malts of Scotland. Is the whisky definitely too expensive...? This is the first time that so little points are given in this ranking.
For the general ranking of all sessions WDTS (always blind tastings),
Below is the complete picture of this session. The column of numerical results reflects the minimum and maximum ratings per bottle, and the gap between the extremes. For more details, click on the name of the bottle.
|2||Bunnahabhain||Wilson & Morgan||2013-04||Thirty Eight||...(16)|
|1||Tormore||Master of Malt||2013-04||28 years||...(21)|
|6||Springbank||Master of Malt||2013-04||19 years #482||...(11)|
|4||Glendronach||Official||2013-04||Original 12 years||...(20)|
|5||Highland-Park||Malts of Scotland||2013-04||1989, Bourbon Hogshead||...(19)|