Whisky is for guys who choose their own path in life, but absolutely no guy has ever chosen a path that leads to an auditorium where a boring blowhard lectures him on whisky. Presenting a different kind of whisky experience: the new House of Walker, a self-guided tour through the Concordia-Argonaut Club from Tuesday, October 23rd to Friday, October 26th. Your night will involve rooms inspired by the many colors of the Walker family, totally immersing you in the Johnnie Walker lifestyle, without dunking you in a barrel. Your brilliant itinerary: The Black Label Lounge: a private theatre screening a short film starring Robert Carlyle, along with samplings of Johnnie Walker Black Label, served in the style of both amigos and blind mice (three ways). The Blue Label Lounge: a room devoted to luxury, where you’ll toast to success with samples of this rare whisky poured by a host who -- much like yourself -- is very good-looking. The Red Label Lounge: sip on a cocktail crafted by one of LA’s best bartenders, showcasing the versatility of Red Label, and proving that before you shake or stir, you should always blend. The Gold Label Lounge: freely peruse rare blends from the Walker archives in a room that's all about glamour, while experiencing Gold libations in highly innovative ways (read: frozen shots). Back to Black: get the perfect send-off on the estate’s vast outdoor area, with Black Label drinks to reacquaint yourself with the world’s finest whisky and incredibly comfortable chairs to acquaint your backside with relaxation. Want in? RSVP now to walk approximately 8,000 square feet in Johnnie Walker’s shoes, which, being over 200 years old, are probably really comfortable.