Before the actual tasting notes there is some sort of introduction to the to be discussed sample. This includes funny and/or interesting facts about the bottling.
After that all samples always compete in four disciplines: (1) Nose, (2) Taste, (3) Finish and (4) Overall.
Obviously the last part is the most subjective one. It can happen that my conclusion does not match with yours and that is obviously fine. As known, tastes differ so please see my conclusions just as my personal opinion.
That being said I give every discussed sample a score out of 100 based on the (highly subjective) overall experience I had with it.
And this is how my scoring system works:
|0 – 56||avoid under all circumstances|
|57 – 66||move along, nothing to see here|
|67 – 75||decent but pretty forgettable|
|76 – 80||average but worth a try|
|81 – 86||good but not exceptional|
|87 – 91||very good and highly recommended|
|92 – 94||hard to fault, very close to excellence|
|95 – 97||top notch, one of the best|
|98 – 100||one word: dramlicious|
There are two aspects I will not write about:
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