4. November 2015 at 5:36 PM #575
Information is worth nothing if you cannot find it, and with thousands of bottles and tens of thousands of prices in our database you are likely to ge…
Read the full Article at: Learn how to Search the Whiskystats Database15. February 2016 at 2:26 PM #1693
Good morning from Texas. I have a whisky that is not in your database.
The Old Malt Cask
Single Malt Scotch Whisky fromOne Cask
Douglas Laing & Co Ltd
Dallas Dhu Distillery
Distilled 1971 March
Bottled 2007 August
Aged 36 years
One of 181
Hogshead DL Ref: 3802
I was unable to locate it in your database in order to add it to my collection. Please advise. Thank you.17. February 2016 at 1:36 PM #1723
you are right, this bottle is not displayed at the moment.
Nevertheless, it is already in our database but has only one price observation (October 2014, 237 Euros).
As soon as we observe a second trade, it will be displayed and you can add it to your collection!21. June 2016 at 11:00 PM #3153
What should I do with a whisky that is not in your database, can I manually add it?
Strathclyde 25 Years – 1989 The Sovereign 59.7 %
Hunter Laing Single Cask
Distilled 1989 Feb
Bottled 2014 Sep
Aged 25 years
One of 18621. June 2016 at 11:13 PM #3155
unfortunately it is not (yet) possible to manually add whiskies. Bottles are added to our database as soon as we observe two different trades. Note that at the moment we only consider single malt whiskies since it is them which are most relevant on the secondary market…22. June 2016 at 12:13 PM #3166
Thanks for the reply, I was wondering why single malt whisky’s are more sought after than single grain?
Thanks,23. June 2016 at 9:16 AM #3187
There are, probably, many reasons for this. First thing has to be tradition. The secondary whisky market we observe is a collectors market, and collectors love tradition. It is the Scots “who made whisky drinkable” and throughout the last century world famous. And the traditional scotch whisky is a single malt whisky. Next thing would be image. Many “whisky connoisseurs” believed that single grain whiskies couldn’t be that complex in taste and variety as single malts and that they are just to sweet. Although recent bottlings like the one you mentioned would certainly contradict that, it takes time to change an image. That said, maybe in the future more single grains make it to auctions and we will start tracking them as well.27. March 2017 at 12:33 PM #9084
Hello, I’m updating my whisky collection…
Mackmyra Whiskys are missing in the database.
41.4 vol %
Orgin, Sweden27. March 2017 at 4:35 PM #9089
at the moment we are only tracking prices of scotch and japanese single malts.
However, you can create a custom bottle and enter your own buy-price and latest price.observation.
If you select “Unknown” as a distillery and type in “Mackmyra” for the Series the bottle will appear as a Mackmyra bottling in your collection.
Find more details on custom bottles here https://www.whiskystats.net/howto/add-custom-bottles-to-your-collections/
Johannes5. June 2017 at 11:01 PM #10184
consider to take ‘Glendronach 2002 Single Cask 14 Year Old #1504’ into your database.
Great work !
Thanks.6. June 2017 at 9:11 PM #10190
whiskies are added to our whisky database as soon as we have two price observations from different auctions. If you have your own prices you can use “custom bottles” to add this whisky to your collections (see here).
Johannes15. October 2018 at 8:23 PM #15631
Which databases do you search to be able to grow your list of whisky? Or are you manually entering all tens of thousands?16. October 2018 at 1:38 PM #15644
each month we collect all the price observations from the auctioneers we track. We then match these observations to the whiskies in our database. So there is no database we directly source our information from, just a list of price observations.18. October 2018 at 11:57 AM #15672
Hello Whiskystats team,
I have a whisky that is not in your database.
Hibiki 21 Year Old Mount Fuji 2nd Edition.
I was unable to locate it in your database in order to add it to my collection. Please advise. Thank you.18. October 2018 at 3:32 PM #15675
Hibiki is a japanese blend brand and at the moment we are only tracking scotch and japanese single malt whiskies. However, we are currently in the process of adding Bourbon whiskies to our database and later this year we will also add Blends. So Hibiki (and other blend whisky brands) will come soon!
Johannes from Whiskystats
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