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Standard Delivery – Same day
Standard deliveries will be made within same days of an order being placed & are charged at a standard rate from ₦1,800 depending on the location in Lagos State & FREE when you spend ₦100,000 or more or a coupon code for free standard delivery is used.
Lagos Mainland DeliveryStandard Delivery will be charged from ₦3,000
Ajah, Sangotedo upwards Standard Delivery will be charged at from ₦2500
Next Day Delivery (after 7:45 pm)
Next day deliveries if placed after 7:45 pm from the island will be processed the same day & arrive the next (working day), any orders placed after 6pm from Lagos mainland will be processed the same day & arrive the next working day after.
Next day delivery is never free unless a coupon code for free next day delivery is used.
Sadly we are unable to deliver to the Outside Lagos State the same day and delivery start from ₦3,500. Due to shipping provider constraints unfortunately Packages to some western part of Nigeria will now take 3 working days on our next day / expedited service.
Monkey Shoulder is a mix of three different Speyside single malts and is great with mixers or just on its own. Smooth, sweet and very easy to drink. Monkey Shoulder is a mix of three different Speyside single malts and is great with mixers or just on its own. Smooth, sweet and very easy to drink. Monkey Shoulder is a blended malt from three Speyside distilleries, which explains the three monkeys on the bottle’s shoulder. Ask whether it contains other malts, such as Ailsa Bay from the firm’s giant whisky distillery at Girvan, and you may be asking the wrong question. “Monkey Shoulder is about an attitude and approach to what Scotch whisky is, what it can be and how it’s used,” says Cornthwaite. Why is Monkey Shoulder called Monkey Shoulder we hear you ask! Well, in the traditional malt whisky making process, malted barley is turned by hand by malt men using large heavy malt shovels. Years ago, some malt men would develop a strain injury which had a tendency to cause their arm to hang down a bit like a monkey's, so they nicknamed it 'monkey shoulder'. Thankfully, the condition no longer exists but we're still proud to honour our whisky heritage.
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