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"Whisky Distilleries (blind) Tasting Sessions"

Price-quality ratio

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The blind tastings are done exemplarily seriously by all participants (who are handpicked (twenty passionate amateurs each time)) and mirror the personal tastes of the jury. The bottle with the highest average is in the top ranking, despite its price. It is obvious that all visitors of the site are not necessarily looking for the rare and not everyone is willing to spend money to buy some indecent priced excellent whisky.

This is why a ranking value is now also published.
The formula is relatively simple, however, gives more weight to the quality than to the price and takes a constant average inflation into account. This correction is necessary because of the rising price of whisky lately.

This classification corresponds to the best whisky for its price. Of course, this classification includes only bottles that have been sent to be tested within the WDTS.

WDTS ... what is that?

This site also houses a very active forum where enthusiasts come to share their experiences about whisky, take and give advice, let tasting notes, etc..

WDTS: Whisky-Distilleries Tasting Sessions.

These blind tasting sessions are organized by whisky-distilleries.info with whisky sent by producers.

Detailed results of these tasting sessions are published on the site, and the above table is an index to the results. Just click on the name of the bottle to reach these results.

Whisky tasting sessions Répétition généraleThe whisky bottles are marked with this icon is part of the set of selected whisky for the first test session. The difference is that these bottles were not proposed by the producers, but purchased jointly by the participants.

Whisky distilleries testing sessions This logo is used to indicate the whisky bottles that have been offered for tasting by the producers.

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WDTS: Want to know more?

You are a producer of whisky and would like to see your bottle reviewed by experienced tasters, just click here.

If you want to join the group of whisky tasters, you must join the forum . If no entrance examination is required, however you will have to demonstrate your ability to describe and analyze a whisky.

The English forum is not very active, and is object ot many spammers. Spam messages are removed asap, but this obliged me to check every new subscription. If you like to participate, please first log in on the French forum.

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Whisky is an alcoholic drink. Let's prefer quality to quantity as the abuse of alcohol beverages can damage the health. Consuming alcoholic drinks during pregnancy, even in small quantities, can seriously affect the health of the child. Consumption of alcohol impairs your ability to drive a car or operate machinery, and may cause health problems.

This site does not collect any private data from it's visitors. Is is purely static.

The tasting notes

The distilleries

The whisky

The production areas

WDTS: blind tasting sessions List of all distilleries How whisky is made Central Highlands, Eastern Highlands, Northern Highlands,Western Highlands
Recent tastings Distillery owners Whisky history Speyside
Visitors notes The independent bottlers All the bottles in collection Lowlands
Post your own notes The distilleries in their historical context By order of preference Islay
Interactive map of the distilleries By order of value for money Campbeltown
Copyright Contact Links The Isles
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