The whisky rating can be used to determine which bottle from the same distillery is attractive to purchase. It compares bottles from the same distillery and the closer the price recommendation figure is to 100, the more attractive the bottle on offer is. 

The whisky rating figure considers the following elements:

  • The current lowest asking price
  • The distillation year
  • The age
  • The alcoholpercentage (standard 40%)
  • The volume of the bottle (standard 0.7 litres)

If you do not see a whisky rating, it means that there is not enough data from the bottle to calculate the whisky rating .