NOBLE WHISKY PLEASURE ON FATHER’S DAY – Chivas Regal XV
15-year-old whisky with special finish from Grande Champagne Cognac barrels
Timely for Father’s Day and festively packed in a golden box, the Scottish traditional whisky with Chivas XV brings new whisky enjoyment as a particularly noble gift idea for confessing whisky lovers.
As the name suggests, the new addition to the portfolio matures for at least 15 years and gets its special finish in Grande Champagne Cognac barrels. This maturation combines the taste of two of the world’s most renowned spirits with tradition and innovation. Chivas XV thus opens up a new world for whisky connoisseurs. In addition to the classic pure drinking pleasure, Chivas XV is also suitable for high-quality drinks.
So if you want to impress your guests with barkeeper skills at Father’s Day Dinner, this Chivas XV Signature Drink can inspire you:
- 45ml Chivas XV
- 20ml sugar syrup
- 25ml lemon juice
- 1 egg white
This modern and refreshing whisky sour is made with Chivas XV – a 15 year old whisky that’s finished in Grande Champagne Cognac casks. Serves 1
- Add all the ingredients into a shaker and dry shake (without ice) to combine
- Now add ice to the shaker and shake again, then remove ice for a final shake
- Strain into a chilled glass and serve
About Chivas XV
Chivas XV is selectively finished in the most prized casks. The resulting whisky has a warm amber glow, bursting with notes of rich sultanas and touches of cinnamon. Luxurious, unique and celebratory, it’s certainly a 15-year wait worth toasting. Because blended is better, in life and in Scotch.
Chivas XV is now available at Interspar, Eurospar and selectively at Merkur.
In wonderful cooperation with Pernod Ricard Austria
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