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Nothing takes the chill off a high-mountain evening like an aged single malt scotch that’s full of smoky flavor and smooth firepower. But the price of the best stuff is hard to swallow. Not Singleton of Glendullan 12-Year-old.
Our online editor toted a flask of it across Peru’s Ankaskocha Trail (highest sip: 14,350 feet), and says this scotch, aged in sherry and bourbon casks, tastes high end for a moderate price. $35