Whisky Fest ’12: 18th Apr – 22nd Mayon May 08 in Editorial by dan
Whisky Fest 2012 is a yearly festival that world duty free holds to show off new whiskies, and some old classics too. Also to give some very nice discounts! The festival revolves around discounts and experienced staff who are regularly involved in tasting and training sessions to give you some goood advice.
You can receive 20-35% off the high street price of a bottle of whisky at the festival which is run/organised by the travel retailer www.worlddutyfree.com. Looking at their site I can see 37% off the Aberfeldy 21 Year Old for £58.99, which is pretty decent. The biggest discount I found was 69% on the Canadian Club.
Here is what they say:
Following on from previous festivals, we’ll once again be introducing you to the world’s most exciting releases, from fine single malts, single grains and bourbons to great blended whiskies.
Whether you’re a long-time connoisseur or you’ve just begun to develop an appreciation for the noble spirit, we have plenty to excite your palate, arouse your interest and reward your good taste.
In fact, with every bottle at least 20% less than the Average UK High Street price – and many 35% off during WHISKY FEST ’12 – the savings on offer (calculated by surveying over 50 stores including the leading supermarkets, high street and department stores), will prove as satisfying as the whiskies.
Trying to remember the last whisky I bought at an Airport, I remember buying Tomintoul 16 (The Gentle Dram) on the way back from Islay, and being very happy with it when I got it home.
Looking around I also found this competition for the chance to win an awesome sounding world whisky tour.
Also reading A PDF I see they are doing a cheap hip flask too with every purchase, if you like that sort of thing. Nice.