We only just went and finished second in the quiz (see this post)!
Admittedly there were only about six or seven teams but most of them were greater in number, wider in girth, and redder in face than either of us – so we were expecting a trouncing. As it was, our combined expertise and guesswork (more of the latter than the former) brought us a better score than even a team of the pub’s bar staff.
Our prizes included minatures of Old Pulteney (which we learned through tonight’s quiz is the most northerly mainland whisky). It was one of the three used in the blind tastings, and was very nice, with a heavy, thick texture and smooth taste.