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33 Journals – tasting notes and a giveaway

Get your trotters on these little bad boys

Good evening little piggies, what a treat I have for you tonight.


Ever wanted to keep a note of your favourite tipples? Ever longed for a handy notebook in which you could record your wise and wistful rambling tasting notes? Well, the handy little 33 book series will enable you to do just that.

Courtesy of Incognito, the fabulous boutique gift and analogue photography shop in Manchester’s Northern Quarter, I will be giving away a collection of 33 Journals to my faithful, oinking readers.

33 books, is a clever little concept thought up by Dave Seldon, who’s co-founder of BS Brewing, a homebrewing and extreme food collective based in the home of all things hip.

The books are tiny (pocket-size) journals bound in recycled card with 33 crisp white pages designed with checkboxes and flavour wheels, ready for your tasting notes to be inputted.

To giveaway, I have a 33 Drams of Whiskey tasting journal, a 33 Bottles of Beer tasting journal and a 33 Bottles of wine journal.

To win? All you have to do is follow my twitter account @champagne_piggy and leave a comment below telling me what your favourite tipple is and why.

Winners to be selected on Friday evening… good luck!

To buy a copy of any of the 33 series, or to have a nosey at strokable, eye-pleasing things, visit: Incognito, 5 Stevenson Square, Manchester, M1 1DN / 0161 228 7999



5 thoughts on “33 Journals – tasting notes and a giveaway

  1. AND THE WINNERS ARE…. Katherine & Gary!

    Posted by biscuit face | December 3, 2011, 10:16 am
  2. Gin and Tonic with a lime! Currently breastfeeding and haven’t drunk for almost a year and looking forward to a christmas G&T, cool and refreshing – can’t wait!

    Posted by Katherine Gibson | December 1, 2011, 10:48 am
  3. how on earth can i pick from these three argh. whisky!…no Beer!!…no Wine!! right its either between whisky or beer and i’m gonna go for Whisky because whilst both are superb with a great variety of flavours only whisky takes at least 10 years to be superb, that and this book will give me an excuse to work through my collection again :D.

    Posted by Gary (@TheFoodNut) | November 30, 2011, 3:26 pm
    • As if you need an excuse, Gary! Open a bottle now, get yourself in the mood – just incase you do win. What’s your favourite Whiskey? I’m partial to a drop of Talisker. – Champagne Piggy

      Posted by biscuit face | November 30, 2011, 5:38 pm
      • I think the best whisky in my collection and therefore my current favourite is an 18 year old glenlivet. Lovely stuff

        Posted by Gary | December 2, 2011, 5:29 pm

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