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Get these 6 awesome whiskies for Dad this Father’s Day!

Hello folks and welcome back to another edition of #WhiskyWednesdays right here on the Boozeat Blog 2.0! Since Father’s Day is looming closer, we decided to help you by handpicking a selection of fine whiskies for Dad on this special day.

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Furthermore, by purchasing of these, you’ll also automatically enter yourselves in our special Father’s Day contest where you stand a chance at winning a bottle of exquisite Hibiki Japanese Harmony whisky and passes to our next Japanese whisky tasting event!

Well then, without further delay, its time for you to get these 6 awesome whiskies for Dad this Father’s Day!

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The Singleton 12 Years Old Glen Ord Value Pack – RM248
We’ll start with this quintessential example of fine single malt scotch whisky that also won’t cost too much. Fine and classy, this is one single malt scotch that any Dad will agree on.

Besides that, this particular gift pack also comes with two exclusive Singleton whisky glasses, which will make it easier for Dad and you to share with. No better way to #win with dad than by having some single malt scotch to celebrate with, right?

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Johnnie Walker Green Label – RM350
Let’s face it, on a special day like Father’s Day, the regular Johnnie Walker Black Label blended malt scotch whisky simply won’t cut it. Show dad he’s special by gifting him with the much richer taste of the Johnnie Walker Green Label at the very least.
If your dad’s a huge fan of fine coffee, then this blended malt scotch whisky’s notes of mocchaccino and espresso coffee is perfect for him to savour neat or on rocks. If you’re looking for awesome whiskies for Dad this Father’s Day, you really can’t go wrong with this offering from Johnnie Walker.

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Auchentoshan Triple Distilled Three Wood – RM375
Next comes a unique example of single malt scotch from the Scottish Lowlands. Aged in American Bourbon, Spanish Oloroso Sherry and Pedro Ximenez Sherry casks, the complex taste with strong toffee and sherry oak flavours is one to savour.

Surely, this is one unforgettable Father’s Day gift, especially if Dad happens to be a serious whisky connoisseur with impeccable taste.

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The Yamazaki Distillers Reserve Single Malt Whisky – RM650
If you’re looking for something much more unique, then this Japanese take on the single malt whisky recipe is second to none. Highly acclaimed for its “noble” aroma, this whisky is reserved for those who appreciate Japanese craftsmanship at the highest level.

If anything, any whisky-loving Dad will give two thumbs up in having this uniquely Japanese offering as a Father’s Day gift. This is one of the most awesome whiskies for Dad for you to get this Father’s Day indeed.

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The Balvenie DoubleWood Aged 17 Years – RM748
Now, this masterpiece by Malt Master David Stewart should seal the deal when the seemingly ‘regular’ crop of single malt scotch just won’t do at telling Dad he’s truly special.

This complex yet sweetly elegant and smooth single malt scotch whisky is distinctly different, with deeper vanilla notes, hints of green apple, creamy toffee and a striking richness and complexity. We’re sure that this is one brew that any Dad will love!

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JW Malaysia Edition: Street Art by Ernest Zacharevic (#TheLast100) – RM925
Lastly, we had to include this Penang-inspired special in this list of awesome whiskies for Dad too. Surely, any whisky-loving Malaysian dad will love this as a gift, even more so if he happens to be a Penang native.

To refresh your memory, just 4,000 bottles were made exclusively for the local market and we have #TheLast100 official bottles on sale exclusively through Boozeat.com.

You can get to know more about the this special edition of Johnnie Walker’s arguably fine Blue Label blended scotch whisky offering by clicking here. By the way, our stock of #TheLast100 are running out fast, so be quick before they run out for good!

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