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The rankings for 2021!

Time to take stock at the end of 2021 with some rankings of last year's articles.

With this cheerful image, which I think represents the past year well, we draw up our usual balance sheet with a look at the most read articles in 2021 and a few other amenities.
Only the reviews published during the year have been taken into account, so no reference is made to the release date of individual whiskies.

MOST READ WHISKIES OF 2021
1 – Johnnie Walker Double Black
2 – Johnnie Walker Red Label
3 – Tamnavulin Double Cask
4 – Talisker Port Ruighe
5 – Ardbeg Corryvreckan

THE HIGHEST RATED WHISKIES OF 2021
1 – Lagavulin 11yo Offerman Edition
2 – Cadenhead’s Caol Ila 30yo
3 – Arran 25yo
4 – Whisky Italy Williamson 10yo
5 – Ardbeg Airigh Nam Beist 2008

THE LESS EXPENSIVE WHISKIES OF 2021
1 – Tullamore D.E.W.
2 – Bowmore N°1
3 – Roe & Co.
4 – West Cork Virgin Oak Finished
5 – Dimple 15yo

THE BEST LESS EXPENSIVE WHISKIES OF 2021
1 – Wilson & Morgan Ben Nevis 7yo (2013-2020)
2 – The Arran Malt Sauternes Cask Finish
3 – Wilson & Morgan Caol Ila 2008-2020 Quercus Alba
4 – Teeling Stout Cask
5 – Arran 10yo

2 comments

  1. Really difficult to find that Lagavulin 11-year-old now, unless I pay up £250, which is probably worth it anyway 😉

    1. Definitely hard to find, not sure it is worth that much money, but of course it’s quite subjective: depends how much you crave for it 😄

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