What is a good single malt scotch in U.S.?!

Question: What is a good single malt scotch in U.S.?
I have tried Glenfiddich and Glenlivett. I prefer Glenfiddich.

Any other good ones that I could get in the U.S.? I would like to try a strong smoked peat flavor


Lots of people consider Macallan to be the gold standard of single malts. I have several bottles for special occasions. It isn't cheap, so try the 10 year old first. They make a 25 year old and beyond, but then you are getting into some serious cash.

10 years as a bartender in a 5 diamond, 4 star Hotel lounge.

Well it is actually Irish Whiskey but Jameson is amazing.

You could also try bourbon. A popular one is Maker's Mark.

How about trying a rye also. That might be what you're after.

I love the Jameson though.

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