Johnnie Walker Blue Label Scotch Whisky
This is an authentic re-creation of an original, 19th century blend that includes some 60-year-old malt whisky, and was sold only to their most valued customers at the time. Each bottle has its own serial number and comes in a silk-lined box.
Blue Label is the most prestigious whisky. Perhaps it is the most famous premium whisky globally, created from the finest old-aged malt and grain whiskies.This whisky’s bold, multi-layered palate and silky delivery ensures a high quality whisky and the top product of Johnnie Walker. Johnnie Walker has been recognized as one of the globally top-trending Scotch whiskies at the 2020 Drinks International awards.
'Some of the distilleries that produced these casks no longer exist, making the whiskies not just rare, but irreplaceable; a mellow nose with almost no prickle; velvety mouth-feel, then an explosion of flavour: hazelnuts, rose petals, sherry, oranges. Subsequent sips reward with: kumquats, smoke, sandalwood...'
Johnnie Walker Blue Label is an unrivalled masterpiece – an exquisite combination of Scotland’s rarest and most exceptional whiskies and blended scotches. Only one in every ten thousand casks has the elusive quality, character and flavour to deliver the remarkable signature taste. An extraordinary whisky for extraordinary occasions.
NOSE Take in the wonderfully mellow, rounded nose – replete with dry smokiness artfully mixed with the sweetness of raisins and dried fruit.
PALATE Serving a velvety combination of vanilla, honey and rose petals – before broadening out to include a zesty orange flavour with notes of hazelnut, sherry and dark chocolate.
FINISH Signing off with a rich and luxuriously long finish, which showcases Johnnie Walker's trademark smokiness in the most sophisticated way.
Made in Scotland, United Kingdom
The story of Johnnie Walker goes back to 1819 in the town of Kilmarknock, where grocery merchant John Walker ran his grocery business. In those days, most single malt whiskeys had an inconsistent taste, therefore John decided to start blending some to create a whisky with a reliable flavor. Proving to be a popular addition to the inventory, John Walker’s legacy continued when he passed the business to his son Alexander. In 1867, Alexander Walker created the ‘Old Highland Whisky,’ his first commercial blend. Alexander worked closely with ships’ captains to distribute Johnnie Walker whiskeys around the world. Under the leadership of Alexander’s sons, the creation of more iconic ranges continued. Today the persevering spirit of John Walker’s legacy has been embraced everywhere and has made the brand the most successful whisky globally.