The joy difference between a $10, $100, $1.000 and $10.000 whiskey

For an average person, the satisfaction levels might look something like this:

  • $10 worth of whiskey: 60 out of 100. It’s enjoyable but nothing extraordinary.
  • $100 worth of whiskey: 75 out of 100. Noticeably better quality and more enjoyable.
  • $1,000 worth of whiskey: 85 out of 100. Very high quality and memorable, but the difference might not justify the price for an average person.
  • $10,000 worth of whiskey: 70 out of 100. While it’s extremely high quality, the price likely overshadows the experience for someone who’s not an enthusiast.

Here are some examples of whiskey brands for each category:

  • $10 worth of whiskey: Evan Williams Black Label, Jim Beam White Label
  • $100 worth of whiskey: Glenfiddich 15 Year Old, Macallan 12 Year Old
  • $1,000 worth of whiskey: GlenDronach 25 Year Old, The Macallan Rare Cask
  • $10,000 worth of whiskey: The Macallan 50 Year Old, Glenfiddich 50 Year Old

These brands and labels should fit well within the described price ranges.

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