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Well as a Canadian I can talk Canadian alcohol prices.
I don’t find any scotch below say Jonny walker black drinkable. I don’t really enjoy any Scotch till closer to $100: I really like Balvenie Doublewood which is $95. The basic glenlivett or glenmorangie are both solid at around $70.
The end result is I barely drink scotch. Now I’m not that obsessed with smoke in my whiskey which helps. So I drink almost every other type of whiskey more.
Irish which are like non Smokey but similar otherwise: a basic Jameson is tasty where scotch in that price range is pretty vile to me.
Canadian whiskeys I drink the most - where premium ones are still pretty cheap. Recently I’ve gone through the Canadian club small batch 12 year old, CC chairman reserve pure rye, gooderham & worts 4 grain etc.
I like American as well, especially woodford reserve.
I keep a little
Wow that scotch is awful pale, it couldn't of been aged very long. It depends on your preference for scotch, do you like a smoky flavour or a sweeter scotch, a single malt or a blended? Personally I like Glenlivet which is a single malt, they have various aged from 12 years and up, obviously the older the more expensive. I don't care for Johnnie Walker but I'd make an exception with Johnnie Walker Green Label. For a reasonable priced scotch Whyte & Mackay is quite good and Famous Grouse is prettty good.