After reading our exclusive story in Issue 62, you will know all about the unique partnership between Highland Park and Ian Rankin, the best selling crime writer.
Together they have produced a limited edition whisky to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Ian Rankin’s first Inspector Rebus novel Knots & Crosses.
Ian chose this whisky as the ultimate drink for his whisky-loving Inspector from a selection of 20-year-old casks, when he visited the Highland Park distillery in Orkney last November. With its white crossed matches and distinctive red Rebus lettering it is one of the world’s most unusual bottles of whisky.
Only 160 bottles of Rebus20 have been produced and they will only be available through exclusive activities surrounding the Rebus20 anniversary year of 2007.
Thanks to Highland Park and publishers Orion we are offering one lucky reader the chance to win a bottle of Rebus20 and a signed copy of the limited Collectors’ Edition of Knots & Crosses. Plus two runners up will receive a bottle of Highland Park 12-year-old and a signed paperback.
To enter this competition, answer the following question and complete the form below. All correct answers will be entered into the prize draw and one lucky winner and two runners up will be chosen at random.
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l'chaim wrote:I’ve tried to enter this a few times. At first, when I submit it says, “You must enter a couny or state”. So I change it from NY to New York hoping this will take care of it. Then when I submit, it just says, “There was a problem with your entry, please check the form below and make the changes required.” But there is no further indication of just what the problem might be. Any idea what I might be doing wrong?
l'chaim you need to be in the UK. I entered no prob's.
Lawrence wrote:Jan wrote:A bit strange this UK only thingie.
Is WM not an international magazine - or is it only the forums that have an international following?
I think it has to do with actually delivery the bottle to a winner outside of the UK. But I agree with you especially since I live in Canada.
It probably has something to do with that. But I quite sure something could be worked out, if WM really wanted to. Why not use the distillerys delivery network and have the winner pick it up at his og hers local HP stockist?
l'chaim wrote:Muskrat, ol’ buddy, ol’ pal, ol’ friend. Have I mentioned how nice you look today? Is that a new shirt?
Could you let me in on where you registered?
Certainly you silver tongued deveel. I didn't log in, just opened this forum, clicked on enter here> and after answering the "skill testing question" filled in my name, address, etc and hit Submit. And it was gone to the electronic ether. And...yes it is a new shirt, my wife dresses me well, don't you think?
I've checked the submission form and it works perfectly and will always tell you where the form errors are.
Muskrat Portage wrote:Matt Page wrote:
Oh, I LIKE that one...let's see, block, copy, paste...
OMG, it works! Cool Matt really cool!
Excellent! Another tool for Mr. T to use when somebody once again askes if Balvenie 10 has been discontinued.
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