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Johnnie Walker is the world’s most recognizable name in Scotch. Made by a small expert team of 12 blenders, Johnnie Walker brings together a balanced combination of flavour profiles from the different malt regions of Scotland. Known as ‘the 4 corners’ of Scotland, each distinctive style is crucial to the art of blending Johnnie Walker, from the light Lowlands style of Glenkinchie, the smooth Speyside Cardhu, the robust Island smokiness of Caol Ila, to the floral highlands of Clynelish.

Johnnie Walker Black Label
Johnnie Walker Black Label
Johnnie Walker Black Label

Johnnie Walker Black Label

70cl 40%
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Johnnie Walker Black Label is a true icon, recognised as the benchmark for all other deluxe blends. Created using only whiskies aged for a minimum of 12 years from the four corners of Scotland, Johnnie Walker Black Label has an unmistakably smooth, deep character. An impressive whisky to share on any occasion, whether you're entertaining at home or on a night out with friends.

Serving Suggestion:
Enjoyed over ice, with water or as a long drink with a splash of ginger ale.

Nose Take in the luxurious scent of rich and tropical dark fruits with hints of sweet vanilla.
Palate Savour the depth of flavour developed from maturation in oak casks, combined with creamy toffee notes that come from grain whiskies.
Finish This iconic whisky delivers a smooth and warming smoke finish, characteristic of all Johnnie Walker whiskies.

Expert Reviews

Insights from some of the best in the business

Johnnie Walker Black Label is considered "the Everest of deluxe whiskies" and has a long list of medal wins behind it. Johnnie Walker Black Label is a blend of more than 30 Malt and Grain Whiskies that have been perfectly matured for a minimum of 12 years. It sets the benchmark for other blends.

Jim Murray, author of the Whisky Bible