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Drink Review : Monkey Shoulder

Monkey Shoulder is a mix of three different Speyside single malts and is great with mixers or just on its own. Smooth, sweet and very easy to drink.

Monkey Shoulder Whiskey Review:

 The Monkey Shoulder Scotch whisky has a nice rich and smooth taste and is great to drink. Many friends think that Monkey Shoulder is best enjoyed right out of the bottle but since the alcohol level is so low, we thought it should be enjoyed a bit warmer. Monkey Shoulder also tastes great when mixed with other drinks such as Tequila.

Monkey Shoulder Scotch whisky has received many high marks from reviewers and whisky lovers throughout the world. It has a smooth blend of Speyside single malts (Sheep’s Glen, Glen Grant and Benromach).

Monkey Shoulder Scotch whisky has a great blend of Speyside single malts (Sheep’s Glen, Glen Grant and Benromach), in combination with different year aged whiskies, which have been aged together in oak casks for time periods of 8-15 years. The malts produce a single malt whisky with great taste and is smooth and sweet with rich intensity.

Monkey Shoulder Scotch whisky comes in a smaller size bottle (750 ml)and has a good price compared to other high quality whiskeys. The Monkey Shoulder Scotch whisky has received many high marks from reviewers and whisky lovers throughout the world.

Since Monkey Shoulder is made in a small-batch, it is often sold out. That means reservations are a good idea. What to drink with Monkey Shoulder

Monkey Shoulder is a mix of three different Speyside single malts and is great with mixers or just on its own. Smooth, sweet and very easy to drink. Monkey Shoulder is labeled a mix because some have a “creamy” texture and others a “viscous” texture (your mileage may vary). Bourbon is one of the best matches with Monkey Shoulder Scotch whisky.

Monkey Shoulder Scotch whisky is a very full-bodied single malt Scotch whisky. The first time you drink it, you will need a few sips to fully enjoy the taste. Monkey Shoulder is smooth, sweet and very easy to drink. Many friends think that Monkey Shoulder is best enjoyed right out of the bottle but since the alcohol level is so low, we thought it should be enjoyed a bit warmer. Monkey Shoulder also tastes great when mixed with other drinks such as Tequila.

Monkey Shoulder is the quest of every drinker to find that best Scotch whisky; behind all the single malts there are other varieties of Scotch whisky with distinctive tastes. An enjoyable ingredient that enables one to test drink a great mix of single malts is Monkey Shoulder.

Monkey Shoulder Scotch whisky is the quest of every drinker to find that best Scotch whisky; behind all the single malts there are other varieties of Scotch whisky with distinctive tastes. An enjoyable ingredient that enables one to test drink a great mix of single malts is Monkey Shoulder.

Monkey Shoulder Scotch whisky has a good amount of body, with a light, fruity fragrance and smooth, sweet taste. Due to a good balance between the taste and the smoothness Monkey Shoulder Whiskey is an ideal companion for an aperitif or after a meal.

Monkey Shoulder Whiskey Review:

You will find yourself reminiscing about your grandmother’s custard pie which was yummy and oozing in the middle of engrained chocolate. The Monkey Shoulder Scotch whisky has a creamy texture that makes it a great visitor to the mouth.

Monkey Shoulder is a small but excellent Scots whisky from the Islay isles. It is created in the style of the classic old style Islay whiskies. The Monkey Shoulder Scotch whisky has a smooth taste and is very easy to drink. It comes from a coastal area of Jura Ness.

This is a smooth, but full-bodied Scotch whisky. The Monkey Shoulder Scotch whisky has a smooth taste and is very easy to drink. It is produced by Arran Distillers in Arran, Scotland. Arran is one of the more remote places in the Hebrides isles and thus, Monkey Shoulder is long aged in oak casks. The Monkey Shoulder Scotch whisky has a smooth taste and is very easy to drink. It is produced by Arran Distillers in Arran, Scotland. Arran is one of the more remote places in the Hebrides isles and thus, Monkey Shoulder is long aged in oak casks.

Written by Mark Adams

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