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TOP 5 SCOTCH WHISKIES for the INTERMEDIATE DRINKER

Top 5 best scotch whiskies for the intermediate drinker / buyers guide. These whiskies are perfect for someone who’s had a few beginner whiskies under their belt and wants to explore scotch whisky at the next level. Perfect gift guide for the scotch enthusiast!

All prices quoted from www.totalwine.com at time of recording.

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Scores:
After my initial score I add or subtract points relative on how I perceive value (based on what I paid for the bottle). A zero value means I think the price is justified.

0-69.5 – Don’t bother trying, life is too short for bad spirit.
70-79.5 – Worth trying, but you’re not missing out if you don’t.
80-84.5 – I recommend trying.
85-87.5 – Definitely try this!
88-92.5 – I recommend buying a bottle blind!
93-95.5 – Stuff you reserve for special pours!
96+ – The meaning of life.

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