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Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival 2018 Wrap-up #1
Over a dozen festivals we at The Whisky Shop Dufftown, courtesy of our guests at Spirit of Speyside Whisky festival, have been trying to answer this life-affirming question. Each year we pitch 3 new contenders against the reigning champion from the previous festival to see which one wins and goes forward to the next contest.
The winner is decided upon by guests attending our haggis and whisky tasting who vote for their favourite in a blind tasting. We have collated the votes from all of the tastings we held. Counted them. Checked them again. And ensured there was no outside influence.
We can now formally announce the results:
4th - Ben Nevis 10 Years Old (4)
3rd - Glenfarclas 10 Years Old (1)
2nd - Glen Scotia 15 Years Old (3)
1st - Tomintoul 15 Years Old Port Wood Finish (2)
- The number in brackets denotes the place of the whisky in the order of the tasting.
Glen Scotia 15 had been the winner in many many beautiful tastings previously and was pipped this year by Tomintoul 15 by just 1 vote!
62 people took part and we thank them for their kind support.