The perfect spoil for your father this Father’s Day!



With Father’s Day coming up, what will you be buying your father; is it going to be the usual socks, handkerchief etc.? Or are you going to try something a little different?

Why not go all out and spoil him by buying him a bottle of indulgent Johnnie Walker whiskey?

You can choose from the wide range of Johnnie Walker whiskey available on our website here.

So, now that you have bought the chosen bottle of Johnnie Walker for your Dad, how about going the extra mile and making a delicious dish to accompany the whisky and make your father’s day that extra bit special?

With winter seeming to be in full swing already, a rich and hearty oxtail soup or stew would pair perfectly with any of the Johnnie Walker options.

The hints of fruitiness on the nose and the dried fruit on the palate will accompany this rich meal just perfectly, bringing out the aromatic flavours to give your palate a sensation like never before.

We would suggest a Johnnie Walker Black Label to accompany this dish.

Another dish you could spoil your father with would be Slow Roasted Pork Ribs.

Marinate the ribs for about 4 hours or overnight in a bit of curry, onion and garlic powders. You don’t want to have the overpowering flavour of the ribs colliding with the richness of the whiskey. Keep it simple and all will be absolutely delectable.

Your father will definitely be asking for seconds!

With this dish we would suggest a Johnnie Walker Double Black which has more of a smokey aftertaste, which will definitely have your father’s taste buds craving more.

If you want to give your dad a more of a relaxing day in front of the telly, put together a bowl of pretzels, biltong pieces, nuts and mini crackers.

This snack bowl will also pair nicely with either one of the above Whiskies.

So go on, spoil your father and make his day one to remember for years to come!

A very Happy Father’s Day 2017 to all the fathers, grandfathers, and dads-to-be out there! Why not order our Johnnie Walker three strides, four strides or six strides offers for your dad!


Norman Goodfellows Blog

Norman Goodfellows Blog