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    Monkeys Shoulder Whisky Logo Keyring

    So made myself a little monkey shoulder whisky logo leather keyring. This one will be for my sporran.

    Fairly easy to get the logo off with a bit of white spirit. The backing is made from veg tan cow hide. Logo was flattened out and antique finish removed.

    Could do somthing like this with some of the Dalmore whiskys.These have a stags head stlye logo.







    Last edited by Howling Dingo; 21st January 20 at 01:26 PM. Reason: Edited with permission of the author.

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    Sharp. My favorite blend.

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    It is of course Whisky, not Whiskey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by figheadair View Post
    It is of course Whisky, not Whiskey.
    Then should it not be Monky instead of Monkey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctbuchanan View Post
    Then should it not be Monky instead of Monkey?

    Not according to the label.

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    Quote Originally Posted by figheadair View Post
    It is of course Whisky, not Whiskey.
    Yiks typo, easy mistake to make.

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    Very nice! Monkey Shoulder is my sweetie's, @carolinanan117, favorite blend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ASinclair View Post
    Very nice! Monkey Shoulder is my sweetie's, @carolinanan117, favorite blend.
    Is a good wee whisky for the price.I Is what use to be called a vatted malt. Gets a bit confusing the term is now malt blend.

    So it is 100% malt whisky but from three distilleries. Calling it a blend is a little bit confusing but that's the Scottish whisky association for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howling Dingo View Post
    do somthing like this with some of the Dalmore whiskys.These have a stags head stlye logo.
    Oooh, that would be nifty. I'm Scott on one side (stag crest). Is the Dalmore bottle logo really made of metal though? I would have guessed metal-coated plastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMcCandlish View Post
    Oooh, that would be nifty. I'm Scott on one side (stag crest). Is the Dalmore bottle logo really made of metal though? I would have guessed metal-coated plastic.
    Had a look in the local whisky shop the other day.Some cheaper Dalmore use plastic with metal on more pricey bottles. I was told they sell the bottle logo at t he distillery shop.

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