Ah, I see.
Let's assume you're not much of a scotch drinker. Something like The Glenlivet 12 year is a decent entry-level single malt. Doesn't overwhelm, not "top drawer", but very dependable and doesn't disappoint. It's also not crazy expensive, and widely available.
If you want something a bit more mature, consider The Macallan 12 year, or "junior" as we call it. You'll note a difference, different people's palates sense different things, but to me the Macallan is a bit less "bright", less "sweet", and a little more "mature" if you will.
If your palate picks up the taste of smoky peat and you like it, or you'd like perhaps some spice notes, then Why Screw Around? Go directly to the Lagavulin 16 year without passing go or collecting $200 (although it can be a touch expensive). This is the drink of true men. If ever you were uncertain, or you don't have the Platinum Black Private Reserve edition "Man Card", you need to be measured by your taste for the Lagavulin.
If you get this far, you'll know by now if you like this stuff at all. It's safe to venture out to products like Talisker, Oban, perhaps the Macallan 21 (bring a loan officer); explore the various regions of Scotland and find a favorite. As you may learn, most of my favorites from the list above are Speyside, except for the Lagavulin (which is an Islay).
Sorry for the longwindedness. Enjoy your adult beverage.
And try to find a goddamned Macanudo somewhere...smoke like a man.