How to add a single malt to your wish listRemember single malts you'd like to try some day. Single malts in your wish list are listed conveniently in abbreviated form on the Home page, while your wish list is detailed in its entirety on the new Wish List page.
Follow these steps to add single malts to your wish list:Tap Single Malts.
You'll generally start from Home, which lists in abbreviated form the single malts in your wish list. In the example shown here, our wish list already contains three single malts.
Let's add another now.
The Single Malts list displays single malts by their general names like Bunnahabhain and Laphroaig rather than by their more specific bottling names like Bunnahabhain 12 Years Old and Laphroaig 25 Year Old Cask Strength.
We'll choose Old Pulteney for this example.
You might have to scroll down a bit to find the one you're looking for. Glenfarclas, for instance, has 102 bottlings. Most bottlings names follow the pattern
We'll choose Old Pulteney 21 Years Old for this example.
The additional details about the bottling you've chosen may help to confirm that it matches the bottle you're interested in. Sometimes, for instance, bottlings can differ by something as subtle as ABV (alcohol by volume) or cask finishing, so take a minute to be sure.
You'll see options to add the bottle to your collection (discussed previously), or to your wish list. Note that you might sometimes wish to add a bottling to both collection and wish list. Say you've nearly finished your bottle of a hard-to-find single malt and want to obtain another, for instance.
We'll choose Add to Wish List here.
The single malt bottling details will now confirm that the single malt is in your wish list.
The Home page now lists your new entry along with others in your wish list. Up to 20 bottles are shown here, with any additional bottles appended to the list as and 17 more….
You can view and modify all entries in your wish list on the Wish List page. Tap an entry to see and modify details about that single malt in your wish list.