There are many great single malts available. It all depends however on what you like in terms of flavor profile.
For example, if you are a fan of honeyed, smooth, yet interesting drams, then try Cragganmore 12 years and Glenfiddich 15 Solera.
If you like sherried scotch, try: GlenDronach 12 or 15 yrs (the 15 is really impressive), Oban 14, Glenlivet 18.
If you like some smoke and toffee and a bit more challenging but rewarding flavor profile, try anything by Highland Park.
For those peat and smoke fans of Islay, probably the best is Lagavulin 16 years.
I know all this because, besides clothes, I am quite obsessed with scotch.
I operate a non-profit, independent scotch review blog for kicks: http://jason-scotchreviews.blogspot.com/
JasonEdited by golfnutter66 - 1/9/12 at 11:56am