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I wanna be formal, but I'm here to party
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Oct 20, 2008
Minneapolis, MN.
Currently I have a Lagavulin Distillers edition, Caol Ila Stitchel Rsv. and a Glenlevit 15 French Oak (the one that started it all)

Looking to add Laphroiag, Ardbeg, and probably another Balvenie or a wildcard soon. Depending on x-mas gift
Jul 15, 2010
Dallas and Istanbul
Glenlivet "The French Oak Reserve" 15 yr.
Glenmorangie "The Lasanta" 12 yr.
Macallan 18 Yr.
Just got gifted these from a great friend I took deer hunting this year out in west Texas. what a friend!
Going to be a great Christmas. Also got an assortment of cigars from another. Life is good. Sometimes life is real good.
Feb 6, 2007
Ardmore, Ok.
Just finished a bottle of this. Very unique, among Islay Scotches. Lacks the heavy peat, though I always keep Lagavulin on hand. Very smooth, rich and viscous, toffee, leather, sherried nuts, and salt. Very interesting and very good.

May 21, 2007
Tulsa, OK
Anyone try Monkey Shoulder? It's blend, I paid 35 bucks for it last weekend...pretty great for that price!
I am bringing this thread back. I got a bottle of Monkey Shoulder about a week ago. About 1/2 way through and I agree it is just a really drinkable scotch for the price. Once I am through with this bottle i am going to move up a little bit more on the complicated scale.
I buy Monkey Shoulder by the case (online)! It's tough to find in Edmond, as most stores only get 2-3 bottles and it sells quick. For the price, it is tough to beat. And its one that everyone likes, so it's great to have around the house for scotch and cigars with friends. I asked Oak Tree to start carrying it for me, now everyone else is starting to drink it and they run out. :angry: