Say bye-bye to Scotch stereotypes
If you thought Scotch was all about formal suits and grey-haired men lounging in Colonial-style clubs, think again. It’s now funky, cool, young and totally edgy.
Look who’s raising a toast: Scotch isn’t just for your dad, grand dad and father-in-law, you know. Young people with good taste, who are graduating from beer and, perhaps, inexpensive wine, favour Scotch as their first serious drink. It’s a rite-of-passage, if you will, and a truly refined one at that.
Gals wanna have fun, too: Coloured cocktails are just a little bit passe, especially amongst gals who’ve got real sass. And guess what they want to order when they hit the cool bars in town? A good Scotch, that’s what. So, bye-bye striped suits and hello stilettos.
It’s party time: Time was when Scotch was for sitting down, sipping slowly and making polite conversation. But, hey, all that’s changed. Check out the party scene. You’ll see the hottest, most happening people ordering Scotch even as they have a blast at the hippest night clubs in town. So, want to dance the night away? Scotch can certainly keep you in high spirits and groovin’.
Gourmet adventures: Old Hollywood films may have had us believe that a quick shot of whisky before dinner is how it’s done. But look all around. Progressive chefs and bartenders are working together to pair fine Scotch with gourmet food and it’s become an art in itself. As for Scotch and chocolate, well, that’s something all connoisseurs know is a match made in culinary heaven!
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