We really do spoil you lot with our competitions. This time, we’ve got a weekend away at the Gleneagles hotel near Auchterarder in Scotland up for grabs. Make sure to pack your top hat and monocle, because you’re off to fancy town, my friend.
The five-star Gleneagles hotel sits peacefully with 850 acres of absolutely beautiful Perthshire countryside. Complete with three championship golf courses (because one is never quite enough), an award-winning spa and two Michelin star chef Andrew Fairlie in the kitchen. Paradise, dear friends, is in Scotland.
To be in with a chance to win this fantastic prize, simply purchase any eligible full-sized (70cl) bottle of Johnnie Walker branded Scotch whisky between the 23rd and 30th October 2013 or before 99 bottles have been sold. Cross your fingers and put on your lucky socks.
Johnnie Walker Platinum sits between gold and blue in Walker's extensive range of blends. It carries an 18 year old age statement and comes in a very smart box.
Synonymous with the premium whisky blend. Blue Label is the rarest whisky in the Johnnie Walker stable.
A new super-premium release from Johnnie Walker whose launch has been continuously celebrated by an extraordinary around the world journey of a 157 foot luxury yacht. The John Walker & Sons Voyager, as the yacht is called, has been holding parties at cities across Asia for the past few months and now it has reached Europe!
This luxury blended malt has been based on the notes of Alexander Walker. It is made up of three carefully selected single malts married in European oak casks. The crystal decanter moves along with the motion of the ocean and its 'swing' design means it doesn't fall over. Clever.
These limited edition bottles of Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve look like they've been handled by King Midas himself! Who knew he worked in Johnnie Walker's bottling department? The Gold Label Reserve is a brilliant blended whisky, which includes single malt whisky from the Clynelish distillery.
King George V is a very special edition from Johnnie Walker, packaged beautifully and made to celebrate the Royal Warrant bestowed upon the company by the monarch. This is made with some of Johnnie Walker's rarest stocks, including Cardhu, Lochnagar and even Port Ellen.