sweet tasting easy to drink blended malt. I found it to be a pleasant change from the single malts oi normally buy, can wholeheartedly recommend taking this monkey for a spin
- Mac the Knife, 8 days ago
Originally given MS by a single malt connoisseur. A lovely discovery which I prefer to many of the single malts in my collection. Smooth, slightly sweet, pleasant after-taste - all in all a real winner for its quality and price.
- Uncle Travelling Matt, 10th January
...no comments...just drink and fill...!!!!
- anonymous, 6th January
Younger market? I'm 37 and have tried almost all single malts. McAllen 18yr being my favorite but monkey shoulder is really a great tasting scotch whiskey for the money. The new age multiple single malt blends are really making a name for themselves. Especially monkey shoulder! At $30 it's an incredible buy
- JPFB, 6th Oct '13
Harsh, hot and simplistic compared to a nice single malt but the aftertaste is very nice and lingers well.
This is typical over priced trendy nonsense that only people who have never tasted better would consider buying twice.
- Bill, 12th Aug '13
I was very impressed with the smooth character. To my mind, it has a lot in common with some of the best young bourbons; creamy, slightly sweet, and a lovely touch of spice.
- Lawrence, 9th Aug '13
Being a single malt man myself i have to agree with most other reviews this is a sweet and is as smooth on the palate as a blended malt can be will definatley buy this again
- Steve B 28-07-13, 28th Jul '13
Love this stuff, sometimes I feel I had to go few a thru bottles before I can give a good review, cos some spirits last and some become dull, but off first impressions I like this
- anonymous, 21st Jul '13
Bought a bottle in the duty free on my way to a holiday in Turkey. Excellent choice IMO. A light lingering after taste, easily enough to be very enjoyable. Dare one say almost a 'session whisky'. Certainly wont but taking any back to blightsy! Would definitely buy more.
- Duncan , 3rd Jul '13
Bought a bottle of Monkey Shoulder in my search for a quality blend that is a great value for the price. I had no idea that I would discover a fantastic scotch with a wonderful nose and a great finish! Will put this scotch up front and center of my liquor cabinet.
- Sean Green, 27th Jun '13
bought it drank it loved it. great with a cigar. 6-23-13
- anonymous, 25th Jun '13
A very easy .smooth blend of triple malt ,not my usual single malt. Was bought for as present ,and would certainly try again.
- anonymous, 6th May '13
I have being drinking malts for a LONG time and have tried a few 'blended malts' but this is pleasant drinkable and different. Good.
- anonymous, 25th Apr '13
Great whisky in my opinion, nice to share with family/friends. Save the extra good stuff for yourself, haha. Would recommend to everyone because its not worth not trying.
- anonymous, 23rd Mar '13
Can you say "Bang for the buck"? That's Monkey Shoulder! Not the best whiskey on earth, but a nice blend that is far more single malt in character, with that typical speyside sweetness. Not a lot going on with this whiskey, but what is there is very easy to drink. I'll buy another bottle when this one is gone ... and that's really the bottom line with this one. It's good, not great ... but great doesn't live in this $$ neighborhood, right?
- anonymous, 13th Mar '13
Ha ha Anonymous, who do you work for? Personally I LOVE IT!
- anonymous, 6th Mar '13
Normally like Irish, or a single malt. tried this and liked it. Lovely tastes that linger enough to make you think,but gone quick enough to make you want another.
- K.B Leicester, England., 22nd Jan '13
Monkey on the rocks. Hooria good
- Beefcake, 22nd Jan '13
Had the bottle bought for me as a Christmas present, and as one who usually drinks Highland park I find the Monkey Shoulder very pleasant..Sure it doesn't have the body and the depth of the Park,(Which I'd expect) but it's very drinkable; It might only be me but I get a very slight licorice aftertaste with the Monkey.
- S Bentley, 14th Jan '13
It is not the brilliant whisky which was earlier produced as being "Triple Malts" -now it's any old thing that can be derived from 27 casks. Not my thing - I'll stick with Highland Park - a bit dearer but not by much but it is one you can rely on.