Johnnie Walker House expands into India and Taiwan

Diageo Global Travel expands Johnnie Walker House into India and Taiwan

Johnnie Walker House travel retail

September 29, 2014: This September, you can brighten up your travels via Terminal 2 at Mumbai International Airport. Diageo Global Travel announced two Johnnie Walker House retail showcase stores in travel retail – one in Mumbai, India itself and another in Taipei, Taiwan.  

Following the success of the Johnnie Walker House launches in Beijing, Shanghai and Seoul, and continuing the brand’s mantra of ‘Keep Walking’, the new Johnnie Walker Houses in Mumbai and Taipei are multi-sensory embassies for luxury blended Scotch Whisky, designed to educate and inspire travellers by providing them with a luxurious and engaging shopping experience that encapsulates the history, provenance and pioneering spirit of Johnnie Walker brand. So the next time you pull out that passport, go ahead and immerse yourself in the history of Johnnie Walker and its famous liquids through a number of striking wall installations. What's more? You can get up close and personal with the brand at their deluxe mentoring spaces where specialist brand ambassadors will invite you on a sensorial journey to touch, taste and smell the rare elements that make up Johnnie Walker 

To celebrate the inauguration of the Houses, a limited edition bottle of Johnnie Walker Blue Label has also been created. The Johnnie Walker House Art Collection – Mumbai Edition will be exclusively available at Mumbai International Airport. Ready to book those tickets?

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