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I assume you meant “Costco”. Yup…Kirkland bottled spirits are very well regarded…they come from some top shelf distilleries. You know…Crown Royal…George Dickel…etc. Kirkland's Scotch whiskeys come from private-label bottler Alexander Murray & Co., a company that works with about 12 different Scottish distilleries. In every case, it’s not identical to the blends sold under the regular branding, but the quality is definitely up there.

PS: if you’ve never tried Monkey Shoulder, do yourself a favor.
 

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Port Dundas 12 Year is currently my favorite popularly priced scotch. I was able to finagle a purchase of 3 cases at $23.00 per 750ml. bottle. (6 to a case) On the upper price tree, Glenlivet Enigma or (Enema as BH, misread)
 

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I assume you meant “Costco”. Yup…Kirkland bottled spirits are very well regarded…they come from some top shelf distilleries. You know…Crown Royal…George Dickel…etc. Kirkland's Scotch whiskeys come from private-label bottler Alexander Murray & Co., a company that works with about 12 different Scottish distilleries. In every case, it’s not identical to the blends sold under the regular branding, but the quality is definitely up there.

PS: if you’ve never tried Monkey Shoulder, do yourself a favor.
Will have to search for it. Have never seen it around here.
 
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