Win a grand dram and a fine cigar
Saturday 09 January 1999
The promotion is running at the following venues: Simpsons in the Strand; Portes des Indes; The Savile Club; The Souffle Bar; Grosvenor House Hotel; Orrery; Mezzo; Bluebird; Boisdales; Daphne's. (Please call venue for exact dates.)
We are offering 50 readers the opportunity to indulge.
The winners will each receive a 50ml miniature of The Century of Malts presented in an elegant velvet pouch and
accompanied by a booklet detailing all 100 malts plus a superb Cuaba cigar from Hunters & Frankau. All you have to do is to dial the number below, answer the following
question on the line and leave your name, full address and a daytime telephone. All entrants have to be aged 18 or over.
Q: How many of Scotland's finest malts does
The Century of Malts contain?
Call 0906 470 0926
Calls cost 60p per minute and should last no longer than two minutes. Winners will be picked at random after the lines close at midnight on 15 January 1999. All entrants must be aged 18 years or over. There are no substitute prizes or cash alternatives. Normal Independent rules apply. The Editor's decision is final.
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