At some point in time we all need to move beyond our weekend brandy-and-cokes to find a drink of a certain sophistication which satisfies the soul and quenches the palate. Branders won’t cut it. At least not for the rest of your life. You could turn to vodka or gin, however my suggestion would be to check out whiskey. Whiskey has an incredible depth of flavour and is a liquid of meditation qualities. You have to know how to drink though and what to look for in order to truly enjoy it. Stephen Wilson, the Master of Whiskey at Johnnie Walker, should be able to give you a few tips on how to enjoy his whiskeys.
Of late, I have really been digging the advertising which I’ve come across from Johnnie Walker. They ooze class and refinement – as their whisky’s do – and yet appeal to the everyday man on the street. It’s an ethos and general vibe which I try to achieve here on The Noblest Rogue. Whilst the short film – starring Robert Carlyle – is somewhat aged, it gives an awesome history lesson on one of the top whisky producers in the world. The short tells the story about a lad named John who went for a walk one day and ended up building the foundation for the most widely distributed quality Scotch in the world. It’s the story of how Johnnie Walker started walking, kept walking, and never looked back.