Johnnie Walker Highball Arcade opens in celebration of International Scotch Day


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  • Johnnie Walker Highball Arcade opened last February 6, until February 8
  • The arcade highlighted its signature serving Johnnie & Lime Highball and the rest of the Johnnie Highball Collection
  • It also partnered with the VeryDone crew of artists on its run

The world’s number one Scotch whiskey, Johnnie Walker, opened an arcade last February 6 and culminated last February 8 in celebration of International Scotch Day. It was situated on the second floor of the new Poblacion haunt Kondwi for its 3-day run,

The immersive space named Johnnie Walker Highball Arcade highlights its signature serving Johnnie & Lime Highball and the rest of the Johnnie Highball Collection can also be enjoyed.

Best served in a chilled tall glass filled with ice, the Johnnie & Lime Highball consists of Johnnie Walker Black Label, lemon-lime soda, and a slice of lime as garnish.

“There is only really one rule when it comes to drinking whiskey, and that’s that there are no rules,” shares Rian Asiddao, Diageo Reserve Brand Ambassador. “The Johnnie & Lime Highball, together with the rest of the drinks in the Johnnie Highball Collection, is a testament to the fact that there are so many ways to enjoy whisky.”

At the Arcade, visitors had the choice of making the most of their Johnnie Highball served in flights or arranged without anyone else at the DIY Highball Bar. Visitors who requested the Flight found a good pace total Johnnie Highball Collection: Johnnie and Lime made utilizing Johnnie Walker Black Label; Johnnie and Ginger, arranged utilizing Johnnie Walker Double Black; and Johnnie and Apple, which has Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve as its base.

DIY Highball Bar must not also be missed at the arcade. Visitors can enjoy the DIY Highball Bar’s mixers and garnishes to make their own Johnnie & Lime Highball For every purchase of the Johnnie Walker Red Label or Black Label Pocket Scotch.

Guests who were at the venue between 8-10 PM last February 6 and 7 also got a chance to join mini masterclasses led by Lester Ligon, Diageo Reserve World Class Philippine Bartender of the Ye Cree Creear 2018; and Rian Asiddao, Diageo Reserve Brand Ambassador.

After playing the basketball and skeeball booths visitors gets an exchange for premium Johnnie Walker merch, and at the free-to-play air hockey and foosball booths for a little competitive fun with friends.

Guests were in for a test at the crane hook machine, gets an opportunity to score the much-coveted prize, Johnnie Walker merchandise, fortunate players remain to get 2-Day Regular Wanderer Passes for Wanderland 2020 occurring on March 7 and 8.

But wait there’s more! The #1 Scotch whiskey brand once again partnered with the VeryDone crew, a collective of DJs and artists known to bring the house down at Manila’s most happening hotspots. Nix Damn P, Euric Lumanog, Rammy Bitong, and the rest of the VeryDone boys surely got the crowd dancing to different tunes all throughout the night.

After this run, catch the Johnnie Walker Highball Arcade at different festivals and hotspots. Learn more about it and the Johnnie Walker Highball Arcade by visiting Facebook.com/JohnnieWalkerPH or @johnniewalkerph on Instagram.


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