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Johnnie Walker Blue Label

Johnnie Walker Blue Label


Johnnie Walker Blue Label is the pinnacle of the Johnnie Walker Whisky stable. Made to reflect the the style of whiskies of the early 19th century, it is created using the rarest casks in House of Walker, the largest in the world. The casks are hand selected and set aside for their exceptional quality, character and flavour while retaining the signature smokiness of Johnnie Walker whiskies.

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Johnnie Walker Blue Tasting Notes By Dave Broom:

Nose: Opens very slowly to reveal a mass of aromas: lanolin, smoke, hessian, dried fruit, polished wood floors, oak, liquorice, cake, silky red fruits, cream.
Palate: Hold it in the mouth and there’s allspice, sultana cake, crisp malt, bung cloth, turfy smoke which builds in intensity as the whisky opens.
Finish: Long, smoky, but also fruit pastilles.
Comment: This needs time. Right enough at this price, you’re hardly going to shark it back.

Johnnie Walker Blue Details

Country: Scotland
Distillery: Johnnie Walker
Bottler: Johnnie Walker
Style: Blended Whiskey
Alcohol: 40%
Volume: 75cl

2 reviews for Johnnie Walker Blue Label

  1. admin

    Tasting Note by The Master of Malt
    Nose: Fragrant with good body. Notes of oak, crisp spice, dried fruit, pastries. Berry fruits, aniseed, hints of cedar, a touch of spice and citrus.
    Palate: Supple and balanced. Good toffee and hints of very wistful smoke. Chocolate, hints of grass and a good hit of malt.
    Finish: Floral, oaky, good length, urged on by a plume of very well-kept, highland style smoke. Dried fruit, spice, honey.
    Overall: One of the ultimate premium blends, Blue Label is a legend in its own right and will continue to be.

  2. admin

    Tasting Note by Michael Jackson of Whisky Magazine
    Nose Perfumy. Lime skins. Juniper. Slightly sweet spiciness. Tobacco? Juicy oak.
    Palate Beautifully rounded. Voluptuous. Ginger cake. Marzipan. Nuts. Pears in chocolate.
    Finish Flowery dryness. Roses. Long, lingering.
    Comment A lovely, luxurious whisky. I imagine a restaurant called café Opera. First, a little foie gras, then a couple of Maine lobsters, Marron glacé….and Blue Label?

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