The latest edition of The Whisky Round Table is now available for all to read. For those of you that may have just discovered us, The Whisky Round Table is the brainchild of Jason Johnston-Yellin - the author of the 'must read' whisky blog Guid Scotch Drink. His idea was to gather together 12 whisky bloggers from around the world and get them to discuss a whisky topic once a month. The hosting of The Round Table is passed around the 12 members, with each host setting the question for each month - the subjects have been wide and varied to date. Links to the previous editions of Whisky Round Table articles can be found by clicking here.
The Whisky Round Table has just celebrated its first year and all 12 members have now hosted. For the start of the second year last month, the baton passed back to founder Jason. It has now been passed on to Joshua Hatton of The Jewish Single Malt Whisky Society. He has come up with a question regarding the benefits and pitfalls of using whisky scoring systems when reviewing. It has created lengthy responses from the Round Table members, so grab a dram and put your feet up - click here to read our responses. We hope that you enjoy the debate and please feel free to add a comment at the bottom of either posting.
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