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Johnnie Walker Private Scotch Tasting

 

Christmas time is upon us again.  Most of us struggle with what to get our friends and loved ones.  Every year Neiman Marcus includes in their Christmas Book a section called Fantasy Gifts which astonishes and sparks the imagination; gifts that have usually been reserved for ones of exceptional means, which would be expected of a premiere luxury store like Neiman Marcus.  This holiday season in addition to the million dollar dancing fountains from WET (the same fountains you’ll find at the Bellagio… and yes, it’s $1,000,000) and the Ferrari FF, bespoke exclusively for Neiman Marcus, is a gift that truly keeps on giving – The Johnnie Walker Private Scotch Tasting.

For $5,000 you get to host a private tasting event in your own home for you and 20 guests complete with authentic Scottish bagpiper.  Your guests get to sample the Johnnie Walker line of scotch whiskeys: Red, Black, Gold, Green, and Blue Labels (Swing, Double Black,XR, Premiere and King George not included)  while a Master of Whiskey discusses the history and tasting notes of each.  An event planner will be available to handle all the details and make sure the event runs smoothly so you can relax spend time with your guests.

As if a memorable evening with good friends and fine scotch wasn’t enough,  all your guests will also receive a custom-engraved bottle of Johnnie’s premium-blend Blue Label.  Your party host status will go from great to legendary.

100% of the proceeds from this event go directly to amfAR™, The Foundation for AIDS Research.    This charitable event is tax deductible but more important this is a gift with a heart and conscious, which makes it all the more special… and special gifts are what Neiman Marcus are known for.

See this and other fantasy gifts in the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book

Details of the Johnnie Walker Private Scotch Tasting here or call 1-877-9NM-GIFT

Learn more about the Foundation for AIDS Research at www.amFAR.org

Xan Garcia

Xan Garcia

Founder and senior editor of VODA. Cocktailian, Journalist, Traveler, and the next Robin Leach.

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