Scotland is a country with a proud
history and quite spectacular natural beauty. The Gaelic country is both an
industrial and financial powerhouse and an incredibly rich land of flora and
fauna. Its golf courses are world-famous, there are even beaches, hundreds of
islands, plenty of oil – and, of course, the best whiskey in the world.
One of the best-loved of those
whiskeys is Chivas Regal, the market leader in blended whiskeys aged 12 years
and above and renowned for its mellow, honeyed flavour.
And now, courtesy of the Journal,
Chivas Regal and British Airways, you could win a trip for two in this
magnificent Celtic land. The prize comprises two return flights to Scotland,
courtesy of British Airways, five nights’ accommodation courtesy of Chivas
Regal, a tour of the Chivas Real distillery in Keith, Speyside, and a round of
How to enter
The British Airways, Chivas Regal,
and the Journal competition registration
The competition runs until midnight on Thursday,
30 September, explained Anne Mason, marketing supervisor at Cayman Free Press.
“The competitions that the Journal
organises with British Airways and Jacques Scott are always different and
exciting and we really try to tailor them to our readers.
“This one is great if you are a
whiskey fan and like a round of golf. Scotland is a beautiful place to have a
vacation and has a lot to offer the visitor,” she said.
The winner of the British Airways,
Chivas Regal and the Journal Competition will be drawn the week beginning
Monday, 4 October, and the winner will be contacted accordingly.
The trip must be taken within a
year and as travel on British Airways from Cayman Islands is severely
restricted over the busy holiday periods such as Christmas, Easter and summer
holidays, blackout dates may apply.
The British Airways, Chivas Regal
and the Journal Competition is open to anyone 18 years of age or older. Cayman
Free Press, British Airways and Jacques Scott employees or their immediate
family are not eligible to enter.