Of course, we don't think we're just another review site. We aim to be more than that. Here's what make us different.
Most review websites are one person or one group with a narrow perspective. But we all know that no two whiskey-drinkers are the same.
If you love a peaty Scotch, you probably know someone who doesn't care for peat but loves a good sweet bourbon. Read any whiskey book, blog or tasting notes and you're likely to get a single perspective.
Not here, we're working to help you find great reviews and great people who share your tastes.
You've barely tasted any whiskey, no matter who you are. We've collected over 3500 different bottles here and that's hardly an exhaustive list. How do you get started?
Here, we'll point you to lists of bottles that will help expand your whiskey knowledge. Rather than read about whiskey you might never sample, we point you to bottles you can find and try.
Who wants to read about whiskey when we could be drinking it?
Drinking a fine scotch or digging into a strong bourbon is an enjoyable-enough experience, but the most fun I've ever had was trying to collect a sip of each of the 101 Whiskies to Try Before You Die, from the book by Ian Buxton.
On this site you'll get badges to further reward your accomplishments. Like Speysides? Submit reviews for bottles you know and earn the Speyside Expert badge.
Can you collect them all?
We need your ratings. We're working on a recommendation engine that will point you to whiskies you will like, not because some "expert" liked them, but because people with tastes similar to yours liked them. The more bottles you rate, the better the recommendations get for everyone.