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Well, it's official. Jim Murray has published his Whisky of the Year. I honestly expected something more controversial than Booker's Rye 13 Year Old. (I was thinking he might pick some obscure whisky from a non-traditional whisky country.) This rye has gotten excellent reviews, but, unfortunately, its list price was $300 (it has been selling for more than twice that on the secondary market), so I won't be trying it any time soon.
What criterias is he using when choosing winners? His own taste or something else?
“That's what I do. I drink, and I know things.” (Tyrion Lannister)>>> Whisky reviews by Slàinte Mhath <<<
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