could we get some clarification on this as 2 specialists are of different opinion on what this is meant to be...
I would have through the 'Core Range' is meant to make the current standards / core range of a brand/distillery easily accessible to the general user of Whiskybase.
So seeing this bottle, a 12yo Springbank from the mid 80s:
as the ONLY 'core range' bottle for:
is more than a bit off/wrong/confusing for a multitude of reasons for me...
So I sent in an edit request that the above old bottle should probably not be in the 'Core Range', based on my understanding of what this is meant to be - mind you, there never was an official explanation, so either could be right...
Anyhow, I then got this answer back:
" Comments from Whisky:
Core ränge is a new new item in the base, at this time this bottle was in the core range, nothing wrong with that. Because this is a new addition, it's not used often by our users"