Rantings and tirades of a frustrated economist.
Looks like Gillette has begun what appears to be a depressing trend in advertising.
Never usually drank this anyway, but now I'll be looking out for sure to avoid them.You can never go wrong with the $12 handle of green label Evan Williams.
Add Johnnie Walker to the list of products I used to purchase but will not in the future, forever.
If you're on a Johnny Walker budget try Famous Grouse. Save the Laphroig for special occasions.
I see that, like Dick's Sporting Goods, they're living down to their name. In this case, Johnnie Walker, Red.
Luckily I don't drink anymore. Therefore I will continue to avoid Johnnie Walker like I have always done.
Absolute crap whisky anyhow. Tastes like a chemical vat. They're the Danish Butter Cookies of liquor. It's what people who don't drink give to people who drink for Christmas.
OK they are being stupid, but they didn't sink to the level of Gillette. They are trying to get more women to drink spirits though, and I think you can understand that. Oh, and it should be Lagavulin that you ask for. Or a decent Macallan.
I usually buy The Macallan or Highland Park and as it turns out, the owners of The Famous Grouse also distill these products.: Edrington Group.So! Until they screwe up, drink Grouse, Highland Park's Viking Honour or The Macallan.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Edrington_Group
These products have so many substitutes, who cares what happens to them! They are all mass produced anyways.
Now I have one more reason not to drink JW, besides that it's blended crap fit only for washing paint brushes.
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