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Johnnie Walker Black Label | Limited Edition Lowlands Origin | Blended Scotch Whisky | 42% vol | 1L | Scottish Whisky | Notes of Creamy Vanilla | Toffee & Spice | Serve Neat or in Mixed Drinks

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Since Johnnie Walker originated in Scotland, liquors from this brand are referred to as “whisky” instead of the Irish spelling of “whiskey”. The difference between Scotch whisky and Irish whiskey lies in the distillation process. Scotch whisky is distilled twice while Irish whiskey is distilled thrice to create a smoother liquor. Johnnie Walker Whisky Blends

The story of Johnnie Walker starts with the man himself. John Walker, a teetotaller or a person who’s never had alcohol, ran a grocery store which he then turned into a distillery in 1825. After he passed, his son Alexander and grandson Alexander II took over. The band released its first commercial blend called the Old Highland Whisky in 1865. Whisky, not Whiskey Johnnie Walker Blue Label – The brand's premium blend and one of the most expensive whiskies. Its blend mimics the taste and character of early 19 th century whisky blends.The Johnnie Walker Green Label blend was originally introduced as the Pure Malt 15 Year Old when it was released in 1997. It is a blended malt whisky (a mixture of single malts with no grain whisky added) and it must age for at least 15 years before bottling. Like its namesake, Green Label has notes of freshly cut grass, wood smoke, sandalwood, vanilla, and fresh fruit. Johnnie Walker Gold Label Johnnie Walker: The Royal Route – named after the route where pearls, diamonds, and silks were traded along the Middle East, this Johnnie Walker is deep and provocative Spirit aficionados must be familiar with this Scottish whisky brand. Johnnie Walker has provided some of the most exceptional whiskies you can ever find. With its wide range of whisky blends, Johnnie Walker provides outstanding liquor for alcohol enthusiasts all over the world. Some of the rich blends from Johnnie Walker are deemed as the best, beating out other whisky brands like Glenfiddich, Chivas, Macallan, Martell, and Highland Park. John Walker: Famed Distiller with Humble Beginnings This specific blend is considered the brand’s most premium and complex. The Johnnie Walker Blue Label is deemed a masterpiece as it combines Scotland’s rare and highest-quality whiskies. The blend of the Blue Label introduces notes of mellow smokiness paired with the sweetness of raisins. The sweet taste of fruits mellow out the harshness of the spirit and is gentle on the nose as well as the palate. It also contains the combinations of velvety vanilla, rose petals, and honey as well as notes of hazelnut, dark chocolate, and sherry. Which Johnnie Walker is the most expensive? Current products from Johnnie Walker Philippines are divided into three different collections: Colours , Explorers' Club Collection, and the Exclusive Blends collection. Each Johnnie Walker whisky collection has their own unique blends, features, and of course, their own different price tags. As a beginner, you may want to start with the low-range Johnnie Walker Colours whiskey and move up from there. Johnnie Walker Colors

Johnnie Walker Platinum Label – Similar to the Gold Label, the Johnnie Walker Platinum was bottled and aged for 18 years.

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Johnnie Walker Blue Label: Originally this whisky brand is a mixture of very rare and very old whiskies malts. Johnnie Walker Aged 18 Years: This whisky is prepared by ageing process for 18 years. This whisky comes in a very rare and limited edition. Johnnie Walker Aged 21 Years: This whisky also comes in very limited bottles and is aged for around 21 years. Johnnie WalkerGreen Label: This Whisky is prepared by malted Whiskies aged for minimum 15 Years which results in its peaty and smoky flavor.

Johnnie Walker Aged 21 Years: As the name itself suggests This is also aged for 21 years old and it comes in very limited bottles. The Johnnie Walker Gold Label blend was released to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the brand. It is made by blending 15 single malts and it uses the same blending notes as Alexander Walker II’s original recipe. Since 2013, this blend is known as Gold Label Reserve and it bears no age statements. The Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve has flavours of smooth and subtle vanilla, honey, and dark fruits on the nose. Johnnie Walker Platinum Label Renamed to Johnnie Walker Aged 18 Years in 2017, the Platinum Label blend is meant to replace the Gold Label in Asian regions. The Johnnie Walker Aged 18 Years carry citrus notes with a touch of vanilla, tropical tangerines, fragrant almonds, hints of toffee and caramel as well as a dark chocolate finish. Johnnie Walker Blue LabelJohnnie Walker currently carries 6 main blends that are widely available in liquor stores and supermarkets across the globe. Each blend has its own distilling process which produces its own distinct flavours. Johnnie Walker Red Label Not only are the blends the most sophisticated out of all the whiskey from Johnny Walker Philippines, but the bottles are also designed impeccably and are just as classy as the liquor inside. These whiskeys are not the most accessible and can only be found in selected stores due to its quality. However, you can still experience the flavor through similar high-grade whiskey like the Johnnie Walker Platinum Label or the Johnnie Walker Blue Laber. Johnnie Walker Recipes to Try Johnnie WalkerGreen Label: This Whisky is prepared by malted Whisky aged for minimum 15 Years which results in its peaty and smoky flavor.

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