A peaty variant of the excellent Monkey Shoulder blended malt! This expression retains all the elements that make it great for use in cocktails and mixed drinks, with the addition of soft peaty hints ... Read more
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|House of Malt||N/A||31.95||30.55||29.15||29.15||29.15|
|Master of Malt||N/A||32.44||29.19||26.27||26.00||24.92|
|The Bottle Club||N/A||31.49||31.49||31.49||31.49||31.49|
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|Name||Monkey Shoulder Smokey Monkey|
|Alcohol Content (ABV)||40%|
|Country of Origin||Scotland|
|Created On CasKompare||02-20-2022|
A peaty variant of the excellent Monkey Shoulder blended malt! This expression retains all the elements that make it great for use in cocktails and mixed drinks, with the addition of soft peaty hints running through it. Ought to be good in a Penicillin cocktail or served with ginger ale... ~ Master of Malt
Order Now: Experience the smooth taste and rich aroma of Monkey Shoulder Scotch Whisky by ordering your bottle today This budget friendly whisky is the perfect addition to any collection or for sharing with friends. Order now.
Originally developed to create the best whiskey cocktails, Monkey Shoulder has since entered the fray. Get a delightful scent of vanilla, honey, spiced oak, and orange zest before taking a cheeky sip to taste mellow vanilla with notes of spice. The smooth, malty, and fruity taste is robust enough to stand out in a cocktail yet balanced enough not to take it over. Never one to keep quiet at a gathering. One of the first whisky-producing families in the world, William Grant & Sons, is the source of Monkey Shoulder. Since 1887, William Grant & Sons has been producing the best Scotch whiskey and is still family-owned today. The William Grants team saw an opportunity to introduce the world of Scotch to a much larger audience early in the 2000s by promoting cocktails and mixed drinks as a fresh way to experience Scotch. In order to produce the ideal whiskey for mixing, a legendary mixture of Scotch malt whiskies was chosen, and as you can see from our bottle, the blend that was selected was known as batch 27. Because blends often contained some grain whiskey, the concept of combining exclusively malt whiskies was new at the time. But our ideal mix didn't, so we were forced to invent a brand-new kind of Scotch known as 'a blend of malts' that had never been made before. 'Batch 27' didn't have the best ring to it, so we decided to rename our whisky Monkey Shoulder in honor of our whisky ancestry and set out to shake up the whisky industry in 2003. The rest is history, as they say!