irishwhiskeychaser wrote:I can only account for 26 which just barely gets me into the 25-50 group
Lawrence wrote:Over 100 so far and counting, this last trip really bumped me up, I tried over 110 different whiskies.
Bullie wrote:Have about 10 distilleries left, but I've got samples from 5 of them. Still waiting for the opportunity to taste a Ben Wyvis.....
dram_time wrote:Bullie wrote:Have about 10 distilleries left, but I've got samples from 5 of them. Still waiting for the opportunity to taste a Ben Wyvis.....
Pop round tonight and we will crack one open and wash it down with a few cans of Tennents super.
Think i am at about the twenty mark, so alas, can not vote at this time !!
If you were to ask about expressions from distilleries i could count a few more, tend to buy and drink from the places i like and then diveresify throughout their age ranges / finnishes.
MrTattieHeid wrote:There are at the moment 2216 registered users on this forum, and you have 17 answers so far, so I think it's fair to assume that the other 2199 fall between 10 and 25!
(Hey Diz, is there a name for this kind of polling logic?)
mikeymad wrote:It kind of depends on how you count. But, it looks like my friend Rich and I are around the 112-121 mark. There seems to be a couple of flaws in the malt madness list, but it requires a little more research.
When does one define a different bottling as being different from the same distillery? Not sure.
mikeymad wrote:MrTattieHeid wrote:If it's made in the same stills, it's the same distillery.
Anyone ever had a Kininvie?
That is one of those that I have never even seen a release.
--- Oh and after a little research there is none.
MrTattieHeid wrote:You are right, Nick, ... except when you're trying not to be.