Best of the day: Ron Burgundy scotch is kind of a big deal

click to enlarge Best of the day: Ron Burgundy scotch is kind of a big deal - ANCHORMAN AND PARAMOUNT PICTURES
Anchorman and Paramount Pictures
Best of the day: Ron Burgundy scotch is kind of a big deal

click to enlarge Best of the day: Ron Burgundy scotch is kind of a big deal - ANCHORMAN AND PARAMOUNT PICTURES
Anchorman and Paramount Pictures
Best of the day: Ron Burgundy scotch is kind of a big deal
  • Anchorman and Paramount Pictures

Ron Burgundy loves scotch. Scotchy, scotch, scotch.

And now, thanks to Riviera Imports, everyone can get a taste with Ron Burgundy Great Oin's Raven Special Reserve Scotch.

Bottled in Scotland's Old St. Andrews Distillery, Ron Burgundy scotch is made with 60 percent malt and 40 percent grain blend, with whiskies from Speyside, Highlands and Islay. We hope it tastes like many leather-bound books and rich mahogany.

"Not just for Anchorman fans, Ron Burgundy Blended Scotch Whisky is produced for budding Scotch connoisseurs and traditional Scotch enthusiasts alike," Riviera Imports CEO Ed Caan said in a press release last week.

According to Caan, every $25 750 ml bottle comes with a stand-up display of Ron Burgundy. "As the promotion suggests, this is Kind of a Big Deal," he said. Ben and Jerry's also released their scotchy-homage to Burgundy last week with a new flavor, Scotchy Scotch, Scotch. Both releases coincide with Ron Burgundy's next chapter, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, which hits theaters Wednesday, December 18.

Now, here's something to help that scotch go down into your belly.

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