Here's our average rating. The colours do mean something:
80 Almost invisible, means not so solid score. Only one or two ratings.
96 The best of the best - 95 points or more
92 Fantastic malt - between 90 and 94 points
87 Great malt - between 85 and 89 points
82 Good malt - between 80 and 84 points
75 Medium quality - between 70 and 79 points
65 Questionnable - between 60 and 69 points
50 Highly avoidable - less than 60 points
Here's the malt's name. Again, the colours have a meaning:
Glenwhatever 10yo (40%, OB): a recent bottling
Light yellow background: very recent update (less than two months)
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The bottler's name (abreviated).
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Taster's name. 'Matrix' means the malt has been tasted by 3+ tasters, and is on the Matrix.
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The Maniacs' individual ratings. These ratings are then recalculated depending on each taster's 'weight'. The more experienced the Maniac, the higher his 'weight'.
|Column 17||Number of ratings.|
|Column 18||Date of entry or latest update.|