Whisky lovers will like this news. Since 2008, Scotch whisky maker Ballantine's has been releasing rare Championship Blends produced by master blender Sandy Hyslop. And this year too, they've rolled out a limited edition which was created in partnership with 2011's whisky-blending championship winner, Lee Westwood.
Here's the enticing bit: One of the 10 bottles of this exclusive 41-year old scotch, Ballantine's Championship Blend, will be showcased at DDFS (Delhi Duty Free Service at the Delhi International airport) for two months starting July. And one passenger in transit stands the chance to win said bottle.
From the rest of the bottles, one will be reserved for the 2012 champion and another will be auctioned for charitable causes during a sponsored golf tournament.
The Ballantine's Championship Blend comes in a bottle adorned with a leather and gold metal band. An outer case is made in a combination of wood and leather and the current edition of the bottle is decorated with two golden plaques featuring a note each from Hyslop and Westwood.
A leather bound booklet completes the luxurious presentation, and communicates Ballantine's association with golf and the uniqueness of the blend.
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