Posted 18 October 2018
Whisky pricing vs. liquid quality is becoming increasingly detached – whilst more bottles are being produced, more are being commodified – stored, flipped and gazed at lovingly unopened. Whilst my views on those facets are already well documented across The Dramble, it’s important to note that this detachment is far from absolute. Whisky is made to be drunk, and at that point, the price of liquid becomes a personal, but measurable concept. As our case in point we’ll be looking at The Lakes Distillery Steel Bonnets.