Hogwash Blended Malt Scotch Whisky - ALDI UK.
Monkey Shoulder uses only malt Scotch whisky from three of Speyside's finest distilleries. This triple malt is catching the attention of the country's leading bartenders for its smooth and rich qualities, making it ideal for mixing as well as drinking in the more traditional way. As Charlotte Voisey, of London's Apartment 195 explains, 'the atractive name and bottle spark curiosity, and once.
Monkey Shoulder neat? (self.Scotch) submitted 1 month ago by privacymakeover. So I am new to scotch. I have been drinking bourbon and wanted to try something different. I got a bottle of The Glenlivet 12 and enjoy it. I’ve seen a lot of people say they like Monkey Shoulder but when I go to their website it says “malt whiskey made for mixing”. Do most people drink it mixed with something.
A classic Speyside expression through and through, the Monkey Shoulder Batch 27 Blended Scotch Whisky was crafted under the supervision of malt master David Stewart and was inspired by the very first batch to come out of their doors which consisted of 27 casks vatted together. Crafted from a selection of casks from Glenfiddich, Balvenie, and Kininvie and occasionally a few from other Speyside.
Monkey Shoulder is a blend of Speyside single malt Scotch whiskies which are married together for flavor and consistency. The richness and vibrancy combine with fruity aromas and mellow vanilla, making it perfect for mixed drinks and cocktails. Monkey Shoulder casks are former bourbon casks, which add smooth vanilla flavors to this Scotch. It also has no grain whisky whatsoever anywhere in or.
Monkey Shoulder is created by master blenders William Grant and Sons and is comprised of three single malts from the brands three main distilleries; Glenfiddich, Balvenie and the lesser-known Kininvie. The result is a wonderfully smooth, malty, creamy and highly accessible blended scotch whisky that is highly regarded throughout the whisky community. It was awarded 93 point out of 100 in Jim.
Monkey Shoulder is a mix of three different single malts. I prefer to drink Scotch neat, but it's good with mixers. Smooth, on the sweeter, but easy to drink. It has notes of vanilla, oak, citrus, and honey. It's not necessarily a favorite of mine, but for the price, it's solid choice that I often pick!
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