Going forward, we've got some info you can use and some choices to make in terms your whisky journey. With water added, it is a good inexpensive alternative if you are a Glenfiddich 15/18 fan. Overripe pear and apple. Inoffensive and very easy to drink. Finish Short burst of fruit and the peach pit flavour. Welcome to my sixth review, and the last in my series of friday-night-at-the-bar. It's definitely something I'll consider buying, as it is very easy to drink, and it's good to share with a novice alcoholic scotch drinker. On to the review. Nose - Vanilla, cantaloupe, young oak, toluene, Taste - salted caramel, black pepper, astringent to the mouth, Finish - Heavy heat in the back of the throat, stale tobacco, tea with a hint of charcoal. I invested with an entire bottle while vacationing now. So to read it's popular with 'new to whiskey drinkers' rings true. Palate: Light and fruity; ripe, dry and bitter apple, honey, subtle vanilla, pear pie. Trochoidal (pivot) joint: permits rotational movement around a long axis. Given the price, I would stick to Glenmorangie Original 10 unless you are looking for something with more wood influence. Designed for the elite level player Nexus mid kick flex with sweet-spot-technology, allows easier loading and energy transfer DuraFlex resin system for added durability(55 flex and above only) eLASTech blade for enhanced durability and strength R-LITE bl But i'd take a dram of this in a bar, just because it's so cheap. This is the first time tasting this malt.Monkey Shoulder is a blended malt consisting of Glenfiddich, Balvenie and Kininvie.On to the review. 79/100, Price: Paid $33 for a bottle; purchased on a whim because of a bartender recommendation, Finish: Tart and short, but tart in a pleasant way… a small amount of spice stays behind on the tongue. So, I posted this question seeking your help to understand what I like and what not to enter the whisky world properly. Thanks for reading! Monkey Manhattan. The bottle I’m reviewing comes from batch 27 and I won’t lie, there is a part of me that finds extreme satisfaction in that symmetry. Walk into an average bar, order “a scotch”, and that’s what you’re going to get. Glenfiddich 15 Solera is a terrific whisky. I was in Miami a few weeks ago and their Duty Free wasn't great, but it did have 1L of Monkey Shoulder for $30, so I bought it. Monkey Shoulder Batch 27 - 43% - 750ml - $28. Monkey Shoulder blended sctoch is a combination of three Speyside single malts (hence, "triple malt") aged in ex-bourbon barrels. 81/100. I don't often put a review up but felt the need with for this one. 81/100. Drying oakiness.Quite short and bland, and definitely the weakest part. I have been a Bourbon and Rye only drinker for a while. It's a tad too easy to drink, though. A touch of lemon. He told me it was a mix of two of my favorite scotch Balvenie and Glenfiddich (along with Kinninvie). Slainte! Smooth on the palate with a slight spice lingering. If you don't like the Highland Park 12, there's a chance that peated flavors may not be your preference at the present time (this could change down the road of course). This bottle was on sale so I picked it up on a whim, but unless I become homeless or something I won't be buying another. Spicy on the lips but not so harsh."). Glad to hear you found something really enjoyable. Best Buy See Full Review. For what it’s worth, “Monkey Shoulder” is the nickname for a shoulder injury experienced by maltsters after long hours of manually turning malt on a malting floor. Monkey Shoulder 0,7 l. Monkey Shoulder je whiskey, která se vyrábí v limitované edici 27 zvlášť vybraných soudků, které ji dávají sladovou sladkost vanilky, marmelády a cukrové třtiny. This will a) build massive muscles and b) create a repetitive stress injury. Well, in the traditional malt whisky making process, malted barley is turned by hand by malt men using large heavy malt shovels. Nose: Smoky stewed fruits – black cherries and apricots. Went with other few rounds with ice and it enhanced the tastes with lil water being melted from the ice that was chilling it. Review: Monkey Shoulder Whisky. Monkey Shoulder casks are former bourbon casks, which add smooth vanilla flavors to this Scotch. The richness and vibrancy combine with fruity aromas and mellow vanilla, making it perfect for mixed drinks and cocktails. taste: spice that reminds me of the DW 12, but not as complex. Monkey Shoulder is a blend of Speyside single malt Scotch whiskies which are married together for flavor and consistency. Taste: oak, walnut, and sweet honey, finishes bitter with lemon and chalk. Smokey Monkey was released back in August of 2017 to only select bars in France and the UK, to answer the call from bartenders who were looking for that smokey punch to add to cocktails. Something that can’t be referred to as “”decent””, something that is GOOD, from your expertise of what taste I like now? But over time, it turns a little bitter with notes of decomposing leafs. Finish: If the sickly sweet didn't make up my mind, the bitter finish did. Pears and oak are very prominent like in the 12 yo Glenfiddich. Surprisingly warm and mouth-coating considering the ABV. As I can go as high as 200$ for a bottle, or less. Hints of sour apple. a subreddit for Scotch enthusiasts of all walks of life and of all levels of knowledge on anything Scotch Whisky related. I just got back from Scotland and would like to chime in with why it's called Monkey Shoulder. It is created with Glenfiddich, Balvenie and Kinivie, the three Speyside distilleries in the hands of William Grants & Sons. Leaving it swimming in my mouth a little more and it gets creamy af and it thickens somehow as it evaporates slowly. Glenfiddich 12 definitely shines through. Smooth, sweet and very easy to drink. Otherwise uncomplicated, young Speyside taste. And lingering in the background is that Heather peat that is so common with an islay whisky. Honey, berries, boiled fruit, light sherry, juicy pears, mellow vanilla and a wee bit of orangy citrus. Subtle bees wax.Smells exactly like it should; a mix between Glenfiddich and Balvenie. As the barley is malting it begins to sprout. It sounds like you like fruity flavors in scotch (" first thing I tasted was orange, orange and more orange") and not too harsh on the finish ("not so harsh and not so weak. Johnnie Walker is synonymous with scotch. This is a decent blended malt, but it's a little bland for my taste. Interested to hear peoples thoughts on the next step from MS in the journey. 96 Points $37. A triple malt scotch whisky blended from three of Speyside's finest single malts using batches of just 27 casks for a smoother richer taste. That you don't like JW Black at all could be due to the grain whisky in that blend, or due to the peatiness in it, or both. Monkey Shoulder is a blend that contains Glenfiddich and is owned by the same company. Skål! Of tasting new whiskies in vacations lol. Well that and generally needing to slow down a … Love to learn. Batch 27 in this case means that it is blended using 27 barrels and not that it's the 27th edition of this whisky. According to different retail sites, the distilleries used for these malts are Balvenie, Glenfiddich, and Kininvie. As you have just said it's a nice smooth whisky, and a great gateway. Monkey Shoulder Blended Malt Scotch Whisky. Nice to hear the orange flavours mentioned, I find that in some whisky, notably Glenmorangie (the bog standard 10), but folk usually don't agree with me. Taste: Sickly sweet, cloying. And I agree it really does have everything, main flavour profile is that of a speyside and a highland malt; subtly sweet with notes of vanilla and then has the sherry which highland is known for. Review : Monkey Shoulder Posted by Donnie on Aug 4, 2017 Jul 30, 2017 Whisky blends form around 90% of sales globally and blends in general would … Yet at the same time, it is definitely better than other blends like CR 12 or JW Black. There a few bottles which did nothing for me (Aberlour 10, Grant's, VAT 69), but this is the only bottle I've actively disliked. Monkey Shoulder blended Speyside malt whisky, $30 from a liquor store in Brooklyn. This is what I found in the drink. ... maybe it won't be bad for a scotch on the rocks. Monkey Shoulder Triple Malt 70cl / 40% Blended Malt Scotch Whisky Monkey Shoulder is a mix of three different Single Malts - Glenfiddich, Balvenie and Kininvie - and is great with mixers or just on its own. I'd hoped for better as well, not so great, but not horrible. Finish: longer than I expected, and pleasant enough. It's usually a spicy candied orange, like christmas pudding, maybe a hint of cloves. Now given that I like this, what else should I try and escalate my tasting pattern? Monkey Shoulder, Blended Malt Scotch Whisky Batch 27, NAS, 43% ABV, 750 ml, $25 This is a blend of 3 Speyside malt whiskies all owned by William Grant & Sons: Glenfiddich, Balvenie and Kininvie. Something that tastes this nice is worth it any day of the year. Sweet, boiled peaches, sherry influence. I’ve been wanting to give scotch another try and was thinking of Monkey Shoulder. The result is a smooth, creamy, supple and very malty Scotch which works superbly well neat, over ice, or in whisky cocktails (where it really excels). This is pretty harsh by itself but with a little water added, it really reminds me of Glenfiddich 15/18 which of course makes sense because Glenfiddich is one of the sources. Soft fruit nose with hints of citrus and vanilla. But cheap enough to buy at a bar. You have inspired me. Glenlivet 12 is a perfectly good, easy-drinking Speyside. Linkedin. At $25 that I got it, Monkey Shoulder is an amazing value and complex enough to enjoy as an everyday substitute to a beginner single malt. Post navigation ← Exclusive Malts – Braeval – 1994 18yr (52.1%) Single Cask Nation – Laphroaig – 6yr (57.8%) → 4 thoughts on “ Monkey Shoulder – Batch 27 (43%) ” The former is a nice balanced fruity malt, the latter is sweet and fruity in a specifically citrus-like way, also with salty notes which are often described as "maritime" or "coastal". And the bottle is so damn charming. The market generally gets down on blends, and few consumers can tell you the difference between a blended scotch and a blended malt scotch. No nose-tickle or heavy scents of oak, just lightly sweet and round. Press J to jump to the feed. finish: malty oak, sweetness like honey, short finish strong alcohol burn that lingers. As it got down I felt the nicest burning sensation; not so harsh and not so weak. Lovely smooth blend but packed with flavour and do smooth. I will keep the physical bottle though - those monkeys are quite cool. Reddit. It was just... pleasant. Wow, $44. Fantastic, can't wait to see what I can try next. I was just about to recommend HP 12yo but then I read your comment lol it really is the perfect starter scotch whisky, it's of very high quality but so perfectly balanced it won't scare off a newbie to Scotch. One step up from the red, but miles … Nose: tart fruit (grape, apple), floral, vanilla. /u/Rallerboy888's reviews in /r/['scotch', 'bourbon', 'worldwhisky']: Scotch Review #11: Laphroaig Quarter Cask - 89/100, Scotch Review #9: Mystery Dram from /u/Scotch_Fanatic - 89/100, Scotch review #7: Glenfiddich 18 - 80/100, Scotch Review #6: Monkey Shoulder - 85/100, Scotch Review #5: Scapa 16 year old - 88/100, Scotch Review #4: Longmorn Peated - 86/100, Review #2: Cú Dhub, The Black Single Malt - 74/100, Scotch Review #1: Glenfiddich 12 year old - 81/100, ^Info | Please address any remarks to /u/FlockOnFire. If you can find Connemara 12 Year, it is smokey but not as much as some of the Islays. Nose: sharpee, chlorine, clay, after it settles a bit there's pear, malt, honey, and floral notes. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Very short - swallow it and it's gone. Ordered this as a gift for my husband who loves monkey shoulder whisky, as well as a bottle it had two packet of crisps, chocolate and a cake. Overall I think that this is a very good value blend. Doesn't last long though, and a more bitter character and slight hint of smoke creep in. If possible try these scotches in a bar rather than laying out the cash for a full bottle. I don’t know it I can say that I like whisky now, but I like this bottle and would give it 8/10 on that scale. Not a tartness or sharpness which I quite like, such as in the Auchentoshan Three Wood, but just plain bitterness like very diluted vinegar. Sweet vanilla sponge cake. I had heard about Monkey Shoulder for a little while, but never paid it attention. Not like any of the big whisky names that I tried such as Maker’s Marks, JW’s Double Black Label, and Jack Daniels. Me and few friends already finished this Monkey Shoulder bottle hahahah. Rašelinová varianta, která stárla v sudech po bourbonu. Monkey Shoulder is a great example of one of the (not so) best kept secrets in the whisky world. Taste: Silky smooth. Your last line is exactly how I feel about it. You might want to look at other Speyside single malt scotches and see if you can home in on what flavors you really like. Not too overpowering but enough to realise this was a … The nose is good, the taste is okay, and the finish is nearly nonexistent. Slainte! Naming a whisky after a painful (albeit temporary) ligament injury might sound like a strange thing to do, unless of course said injury has a cool name like Monkey Shoulder. A pure blend of 3 Speysiders single malts being Glenfiddich, Balvenie and Kininvie, none of the peated Islay shit. Funny because even on their website they say 100% for mixing. Palate: Salty up front, loses a lot of sweetness from the nose as the malt becomes stronger. I quite liked this. Monkey Shoulder Scotch Scotland (UK) Monkey Shoulder Scotch Scotland (UK) This blended Scotch opens with a bright, fresh-cut apple aroma. Subtle cinnamon.Surprisingly oaky. Holyshit. Now I get the phrase Balvenie banana. Since then, I have noticed it is definitely less complex and no where near as good. I first tried it neat, first thing I tasted was orange, orange and more orange, like an concerted amount of a heavy orange liquid. I gave this bottle more than a fair chance before moving on... With Monkey Shoulder, I'm getting mainly 'Fiddich / Balvenie flavors, but too bitter and young. Today I't's time for the Monkey Shoulder community review. sweet fruit like Glenfiddich 15, but less refined as the alcohol smell dominates more. Postscript: For the price, drinkable, pleasant and something that would be appealing to a wide array of guests, would impress and would not break the bank. Balvenie still does it that way because they are Balvenie (actually, they only produce 10% of what they use and buy the rest). This entry was posted in 3 - Try it, Monkey Shoulder on July 22, 2013 by Shane. In the whisky world this injury is referred to as Monkey Shoulder. Monkey Shoulder is a decent little whisky, more like a 6/10 for me but it’s a good whisky if you’re new to whisky. Flexion: Movement of the forearm to the shoulder by bending the elbow to shorten its angle. At most open bars, weddings, work events and the like they have this; The Johnnie Walker Black. Ginglymus (hinge) joint: permits a wide range of movement in only 1 plane. He was really pleased as it was an unusual gift. I'm not a fan of blends in general just because I am not an alcoholic and I have taste buds. Those sprouts will intertwine with each other making a single huge useless glob. Hello Scotchit! I would try Glenfiddich 12yr. Sweet toffee flavours mix with the vanilla nicely to create a long finish. I bought a mini of Monkey Shoulder but have not yet opened it. I would venture to state that it is on par with some young single malts such as Glenfiddich 12 yr or Glenlivet 12 with it's spiciness. I'm curious about Monkey Shoulder due to its popularity even though I've never tried it myself. As soon as I opened up the bottle you instantly get a warm woody smell. It was just... pleasant. I think it’s because the last Scotch I’ve tried was JW black label and I was not a fan to say the least (Gag reflexes were kicking in). But it has lot's of nice flavour components, I'd say it's close to 60/40% Balvenie & Kininvie/Glenfiddich, because the flavour is swaying more towards the classic Balvenie notes. I came across this bottle on MOM by chance and have had the original monkey shoulder before and enjoyed it. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, Scotch Review #11: Laphroaig Quarter Cask, Scotch Review #9: Mystery Dram from /u/Scotch_Fanatic, Review #2: Cú Dhub, The Black Single Malt, Scotch Review #1: Glenfiddich 12 year old. Finish: A hint of honey and spice. Monkey Shoulder is a mix of three different Single Malts - Glenfiddich, Balvenie and Kininvie - and is great with mixers or just on its own. Overall this is a good value for your money malt. You must be over the legal drinking age in your location to enter this website. This is made of malts from Glenfiddich, Balvenie and Kininvie. Hello Scotchit! Nothing really standing out. Buy again? A tried and tested cocktail also brings out the Monkey Shoulder superbly – Monkey Manhattan. It’s a sherried whisky that consistently outperforms many more expensive and more heavily marketed whiskies (cough Macallan). This is the first time tasting this malt. I ordered this for my friend, as he's not really that much into scotch, and we swapped drinks halfway through. Whilst I always recommend Highland park 12, as the best whisky to get started on as it has a little bit of everything profile wise, monkey shoulder help non-spirit drinkers to appreciate whisky without burning your mouth out like a lot of the other NAS whisky's do. Balvenie 12 DoubleWood is affordable in many markets (not where I live though) and is quite accessible. Nose honey, berries, malt, raisin, sweet tarts, Taste oak, lemon, sherry, the taste from sucking on a peach pit, slight hint of fruit juice. During a recent Sea of Thieves livestream focused around new pets coming to the game, the devs at Rare brought a wild squirrel monkey to add some tropical flavor to … Back in the day this turning was done by people. Barley is subtle, very little to no oak, and slightly salty. If you only have $25-30 to spend on a bottle, I don't know that you could do much better than this. Cherries, pears, golden apples and mangoes. Not very long finish, but it carries no alcohol burn whatsoever, and it is very damn smooth! Amazing to read the comments here as i am fairly new to whiskey and really enjoyed my first bottle of MS too.. Monkey Shoulder is 100% malted barley. Not good enough to buy for home. Especially after I have had one or two nice glasses and don't want to break the bank on another. You should really try a bottle of Glenmorangie. Nose: An elegant, stylish nose of … To me that sounds like Glenfiddich 15 Solera or Old Pulteney 12 might be good choices for trying out other fruity scotches. I'd say this was a … Monkey shoulder is practically world famous now - you're missing out if this isn't in your collection. Spicy on the lips but not so harsh. Oak and leather. This tastes like a Glenfarclas "gone bad" if that makes sense. For that price, you can definitely find better single malts. I also enjoyed the glenlivet 12 which appears in the comments here. Glenfarclas 25 Year Old Scotch Review October 13, 2020 Stranahan’s Launches A New Solera-Finished Malt October 12, 2020 Bushmills 28 Year Old Irish Whiskey Review October 12, 2020 Like those artificial milkshake flavours you used to get at fish and chip shops. I hardly ever drink any liquor neat, but I can absolutely drink this neat and relax. Nice and sweet, very inoffensive, with a dessert-like and almost chocolatey flavor profile. Taste: the immediate impact reminds me of American whiskey. Finish: Oak and vanilla. Monkey Shoulder review from a no-expert-at-whisky-at all. Very smooth mouthfeel like silk. It struggles a little to keep up with the nose, but it's still decently good. Nose: Crisp, clear malty grains, almost beery. It’s the successful endeavor of Grant & Sons. bitterness, some sweetness maybe honey. It will be a bit sweet and fruity, which you seem to like, but also a bit peaty, but peaty in a very mild and forgiving way, not nearly as aggressive as some other peaty malts. This is a great 'everyday' dram for those that don't like peat. It tastes amazing. Monkey Shoulder Blended Malt Whisky is a combination of 3 different Speyside whiskies mixed together in small 27 barrel batches. Today I't's time for the Monkey Shoulder community review. It is named after a repetitive strain injury malt men get when they turn the malting barley excessively with a shovel. I am excited, as this is the first time I have been around for a community review and had the scotch available. What is Monkey Shoulder? Watch this one - it'd make a good addition to any "infinity" bottle you plan to make. Hope that helps, best wishes and good luck! Tato výjimečná whisky je určená pro všechny, kteří… Unless it is specifically identified as a “single cask”, you are definitely getting multiple barrels mixed together for your single malt. I would not recommend Highland Park because of the peat, which you may think tastes like pig shit. nose: honey, malt, something I couldn't pinpoint, but realized it was almost like ripe bananas. Waiting for more recommendations as I truly enjoy this... hobby? I’m not really a fan of Monkey Shoulder, but if you like it, you could try something that’s in MS. That would be Kininvie, Balvenie, or Glenfiddich. I like sitting back and enjoying this, much more than I like tasting and analyzing it. Thanks for the review! The solution to this is to constantly turn the barley thereby preventing the sprouts from having a chance to strongly grip each other. I find that a lot of new whisky drinkers are very appreciative of monkey shoulder. However. I'm normally a bells drinker but I'm now converted to the grants range. Monkey Shoulder is a mix of three different Speyside single malts and is great with mixers or just on its own. However, the large bulk of malt is created by malting companies that turn it with modern machines. Smooth, sweet and very easy to drink. Even the flavours below this were sweet - caramel, raisin, too-ripe banana, maple syrup. Monkey Shoulder Smokey Monkey 0,7 l. Sladová whisky vytvořena speciálně pro použití v barech. My friends and I call it Monkey Balls. Nose: Light and fruity; pear, apple pie, honey, vanilla. You might also like Glendronach 12 “The Original”. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Monkey shoulder whisky hamper Reviewed by Caz on 17 Jul 2016. So, I posted this question seeking your help to understand what I like and what not to enter the whisky world properly. Corn and barley. Monkey Shoulder40% ABV, e150a, chillfiltered, NAS, Batch #27. This time around, I'm reviewing Monkey Shoulder. Monkey Shoulder 40% ABV, e150a, chillfiltered, NAS, Batch #27. Why is Monkey Shoulder called Monkey Shoulder we hear you ask! Monkey Shoulder Scotch is a superb blended malt whisky from William Grant, made with single malts from three famous Speyside distilleries. 80/100. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Press J to jump to the feed. Fruity and sherried. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Very delicious and easy to drink. Monkey Shoulder So here’s the review that I had wanted to do last night to finish up “The Blender” series, however Johnnie Walker stopped me. Swallowing then, as it went down very smoothly, not like JW’s Double Black Label as it was very hard to swallow that my throat is almost calling for a throwing up mission. Láhev vyniká výjimečným designem a tvarem, na rameni hrdla sedí tři kovové opičky. That was until I was in a bar in Richmond, VA and over a glass of Balvenie DW 12 the bartender mentioned it. Truthfully, I'm on an alcohol hiatus right now to give my liver a chance to recover. Mild and smooth, sweet apple, unripe plums, lingering in the mouth. Nose: Very honeyed and fruity. First time trying monkey shoulder and I've asked my son to look out for it for my Christmas gift this year. If you like the Highland Park too, then it was probably the cheap grain whisky in the JW Black that didn't agree with you, in which case more exploring in the direction of peated malts may be in order. A quality daily drinker, if I owned such a thing. Honey, sweet barley and strawberry jam. Discover a blended malt whisky that was born to challenge convention and change the way that people think about and drink Scotch. Extension: Movement of the forearm away from the shoulder by straightening the elbow to lengthen its angle. Monkey Shoulder is a blended malt, consisting of three single malts, hence the Triple Malt neck label and the three monkeys on the shoulder of the American looking bottle. If blends are basically the product of the stuff that wasn't good enough to be bottled by itself, I can do without them. And in Australia and New Zealand, it doesn't even have the positive of being cheap, going for around Aus$50 (US$44). Summary: As I've said before, nothing amazing, but it's a good bet that I will buy this again at some point. Monkey Shoulder – 40%. Monkey Shoulder is a blended malt consisting of Glenfiddich, Balvenie and Kininvie. The thread had almost 100 comments with nice experts and pretentious fuckers; however, what almost all of them agreed on was Monkey Shoulder as it is easy to drink neat and smooth: https://www.reddit.com/r/whisky/comments/98s30c/what_is_the_best_tasting_tolerable_whisky_i_can/?st=JLC7Q434&sh=3f6afc6b. nose: rum, floral, concrete, apples, hints of tobacco, honey, malt, oak, taste: pears, oak, dried fruit, lemon, malt, cherry stones, vanilla, tangerine, Amaretto, finish: dry, with hints of dark chocolate, oranges and malt. For $30 it's a solid choice for a daily drink or to bring to a get-together with casual Scotch drinkers. A good choice for testing whether it is the peatiness you don't care for, or not, would be Highland Park 12. Anyhow, imaging taking a shovel and spending 8 hours a day turning dirt for years on end. I drink a lot of this at bars because it's cheap and enjoyable. I'd never buy it. Monkey Shoulder is an inexpensive blend comprised of Glenfiddich, Balvenie, and Kininvie and bottled at 40% ABV. Given that I liked this whisky, what “”good”” whisky you recommend and be direct with its name away from unknown reasons and pretentiousness? Nikka Coffey Malt is a fantastic upgrade to Monkey Shoulder. overall: When I first tried it, I instantly thought of the Balvenie Doublewood 12 yr I had tried at the bar. As I explain on my single malts vs blends page, a single malt simply means a blend (or vatting) of different malts whiskies from a single distillery. It’s whisky comes from Glenfiddich, Balvenie, and Kininvie distilleries (and possibly a fourth distillery). Comparisons with Maker's Mark and JD are always going to be extreme, Scotch whisky is a very different beast to American whiskey/bourbon, it's like comparing wood fired beef steak with BBQ pork. The smell is not so disgusting like JW’s lines; which smells like pig shit and it has been like a signature smell of alcoholics I swear lol! I really do recommend it u/lickdatyoall you cannot go wrong and it isn't very dear either.