The story of Johnnie Walker begins with the man who gave the whisky his name. The year was 1819 and John Walker had inherited his own grocer’s shop in the thriving Scottish town of Kilmarnock, a safe living in hard times, though his passion remained with whisky. In those days, most grocers stocked a line of single malts, but they were rarely consistent. This wasn’t good enough for Johnnie boy, who started blending them together so his whisky tasted just as good every time. This, as we now know, proved to be rather popular. By 1920, Johnnie Walker whisky was available in 120 countries and as the century progressed, it became part of global culture. Today, Johnnie Walker is the biggest whisky brand in the world.
Johnnie Walker Black Label is an iconic whisky, recognised as the benchmark for all other deluxe blends. Created using whiskies aged for a minimum of 12 years from the four corners of Scotland, Johnnie Walker Black Label has an unmistakably smooth, deep character.
Rich amber, with nicely complex with charred wood, granola clusters, and vanilla toffee with fresh herbs.