08 June 2014 20:32

Experience the House of Walker at CT FNB Whisky Live

Experience the House of Walker stand at the FNB Whisky Live Showroom Cape Town to be held at the Southern Sun Cape Sun Hotel on 19, 20 & 21 June.

Visitors to the House of Walker stand at the Cape Town leg of this event will sample Johnnie Walker's rarest and most sought-after expertly crafted whiskies, such as the Red and Black labels, as well as the prestigious Gold Label Reserve, Platinum Label 18 Year Old, and the revered Blue Label.

"The Cape Sun Whisky Live Showroom will be a truly immersive experience – a world-class event showcasing the finest whisky that Scotland has to offer. These Showrooms are novel opportunities for guests to savour the exceptional result of over 195 years of masterful blending," says Paul Madden, Assistant Brand Manager at brandhouse, purveyor of the Johnnie Walker portfolio.

"The House of Walker tasting is an exciting exploration of the iconic flavours that make Johnnie Walker's whiskies so exceptional, from the beautifully balanced character of Gold Label Reserve to the complex and powerful notes that lend Blue Label its supreme quality," says Marsh Middleton.

Forming part of The House of Walker's quest to bring the flavour of fine Scotch whisky to South African enthusiasts, the Cape Sun Whisky Live Showroom experience (including a tasting glass, 15 whisky-tasting vouchers and a 500ml bottle of mineral water for palate cleansing) will run from 18:00 to 22:00 each day.

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