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Three Playful Johnnie Walker Blonde Cocktails To Enjoy The Lighter Side Of Whisky.

It’s time to bring playfulness back into the mix when drinking whisky. There are no more stuffy standards to abide by, just the chance to let loose and make mixing whisky fun again.


Johnnie Walker Blonde

Bright and vibrant, Johnnie Walker Blonde is made from a select blend of wheat whiskies and single malts predominantly matured in first-fill American oak casks, it evokes subtle fruit flavours with a gentle vanilla finish. Whether you’re new to whisky or a seasoned drinker, it will offer an uplifting new experience, perfect for casual sipping on a sunny afternoon.  

 

The below cocktails can include mixers such as Johnnie Walker Blonde with Tonic, Lemonade, Ginger ale, Soda and Coke.

 

Johnnie Walker Blonde And Lemonade

 

Ingredients:

  • 30 ml Johnnie Walker Blonde

  • 100 ml Lemonade

  • Orange slice for garnish

  • Ice

 

Method:

  • Fill a tall glass with ice.

  • Pour in your shot of Johnnie Walker Blonde and top off with lemonade.

  • Finish with an orange slice and sip away on your glass of citrus sunshine.


Johnnie Walker Blonde

Johnnie Walker Blonde And Cola

 

Ingredients:

  • 30 ml Johnnie Walker Blonde

  • 100 ml Cola

  • Lemon slice for garnish

  • Ice

 

Method: 

  • Fill a tall glass with ice.

  • Pour in the Johnnie Walker Blonde and top off with cola.

  • Finish with a slice of lemon and enjoy a sweet and fizzy finish. 

 

Johnnie Walker Blonde

Johnnie Walker Blonde And Tonic

 

Ingredients:

  • 30 ml Johnnie Walker Blonde

  • 100 ml Tonic Water

  • Twist of orange peel for garnish

  • Ice

 

Method: 

  • Fill a tall glass with ice.

  • Pour in the Johnnie Walker Blonde and top off with tonic water.

  • Finish with a twist of orange peel and enjoy the pure notes of Johnnie Walker Blonde.

 

For more information on Johnnie Walker, please visit  https://www.johnniewalker.com/en-za/  and follow @JohnnieWalker on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Follow the conversation using the hashtags #KeepWalkingSA

 

NOT FOR PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF 18.

 

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