Month of Whisky | Johnnie Walker

Scotch, Irish, American, whisky or whiskey… There are many different types of diverse spirit, all with their own sub-division style, flavour and general appeal. For the duration of March Pig ‘N’ Whistle are featuring four top-notch whiskies and we’d love you to join us for a nip.

From 1-7 March, stop by your closest Pig and order a Johnnie Walker, possibly the world’s most widely distributed whisky. It’s unlikely you’ll find a bar without it, and with its distinctive colour range you can’t miss it.

Did you know?

Whether it is spelled ‘whisky’ or ‘whiskey’ usually depends on where it was made. In Scotland, Canada, Japan and other parts of the world, it is spelled without the ‘e’, while in the US and Ireland it is more commonly spelled with an ‘e’.

History

Founded in 1820 by the proprietor of a grocer’s in Kilmarnock, Johnnie Walker is one of the world’s most iconic brands of Scotch whisky.

For most of its history Johnnie Walker only offered a few blends. Since the turn of the century, there has been a spate of special and limited bottlings, some of which are even available at Pig ‘N’ Whistle.

Drink it

Ask our friendly team which Johnnie Walker colour range is available then try it neat, or with a little ice or water if preferred. Savour the flavour by allowing the whisky to roll over your tongue, before letting it slip smoothly down!

Savour It Alongside

Wood fired Sirloin, Johnny Walker Whisky, pecan & maple butter, neeps and tatties, Brussel sprouts ($39)