Under $100 Double Gold Medal Scotches from SF World Spirits Competition

The San Francisco World Spirits Competition was held in late March this year and there were a lot of standouts in the single malt scotch category. The competition awarded a “Best Whisky” for the category but also a bunch of “Double Gold.”

Reddit user there_is_no_clutch compiled a list of seventeen Double Gold winners who can be purchased for $100 or less (retail):

The winner of Best Whisky went to Isle of Jura Single Malt Scotch 1976, a 42% spirit with a retail price of $750.

One of my favorite go-to scotches, Balvenie 12 Year Old DoubleWood, scored a Gold medal.

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2 Responses to Under $100 Double Gold Medal Scotches from SF World Spirits Competition

  1. Michael Thomas says:

    Do you have an opinion about Whyte and Mackay Scotch, say, 22 year old?

    Thank uou.

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