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Monkey Shoulder is a blended malt scotch whisky, selected from three of Speysides finest Single Malts and matured in Bourbon casks using batches of just 27 casks for a smoother, richer taste.
Monkey Shoulder is named in honour of their malt men, who are among the few to still turn the malting barley by hand. Monkey Shoulder was the name given to a temporary injury the malt men suffered many years ago. Working practices have now changed and the condition thankfully no longer exists. The Malt Master has created the world's first 'triple' malt by combing only single malts and no grain whisky, from three of Speyside's finest distilleries.
Medium amber; forward sweet malt, vanilla, marmalade and crème brulee aromas, with notes of toasted nut, marzipan, butter, cream and light oak; on the palate, light and fresh, approachably smooth and elegant; followed by malty, creamy, toasted barley flavours and notes of fruit, nutmeg, clove oil, sweet nut and spicy oak.
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