Toasting the New Year

December 12, 2012 by: Gina Ruiz drinks, Holidays

If tequila is not your thing and champagne bubbles hurt your head, you might want to try toasting the New Year with something a little smoother.

 

This Season….

Johnnie Walker invites you to explore a selection of gift ideas from its portfolio of exceptional whiskeys.  From the highly-anticipated return of a limited edition blend to the opportunity to personalize a rare bottle of whiskey, Johnnie Walker offers you a three gift ideas that will show how much you value your family, friends and colleagues.

Johnnie Walker Black Label

The cornerstone of the House of Walker, This Powerful blend defines Scotch whisky and makes a bold statement as a gift. (Suggested retail price $34)

Johnnie Walker Double Black

Back by popular demand, the signature style of Black Label has been amplified by Master Blender Jim Beverage to create an even smokier, richer whiskey. This blend will make a big impact on both whiskey aficionados and individuals who appreciate big flavors. (Suggested retail price $40)

Johnnie Walker Blue Label

Blended from the rarest of whiskeys available to the Master Blender, this already rare gift becomes truly one of a kind with custom bottle engraving. The complementary service is available nationally year-round at I-877-Spirits.com and New York City’s Grand Central Terminal during the month of December. We’ve included this “Engravers Journal” to get thinking about what you would engrave on a bottle of this exceptional whiskey. (Suggested retail price $220)

Product information and fact sheets are included on the enclosed drive. Please contact us with any questions.

 

Drink Responsibly

Johnnie Walker® Blended Scotch Whisky. © 2012 Imported By Dego, Norwalk, CT.

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