The Scottish Whiskey data set consist of tasting notes and evaluations from 86 distilleries around Scotland. This data set has been around a long time andwas a promotional site for a book, Whisky Classified: Choosing Single Malts by Flavour. Written by David Wishart of the University of Saint Andrews, the book had its most recent printing in February 2012.
I’ve been using this data set in one of my conference presentations (Planning my Summer Vacation), but to use this data set I need to add 2 new attributes/features to the data set. Each of the attributes are listed below and the last 2 are the attributes I added. These were added to include the converted LAT and LONG comparable with Google Maps and other similar mapping technology.
- lat — newly added
- long — newly added
Here is the link to download and use this updated Scottish Whisky data set.
Here is the link to Scotland_Whiskey_Google_Maps_pub.ipynb.
The original website is no longer available but if you have a look at the Internet Archive you will find the website.