When a 15-year-old farm boy took over a Kilmarnock grocery store in 1820, he took the first step toward the creation of an iconic global whisky brand. His name was John Walker, and he became an icon of personal progress. Today Johnnie Walker is the world’s leading Scotch whisky brand.54 Recipes
The only blend created for mixing, it’s a combination of 30 single malts and grain whiskies. Starts off soft and spicy but has a warm, smoky finish.
A famed depth of taste derived from a blend of up to 40 whiskies aged 12 years or more. Its characteristic smokiness is balanced by hints of cedar, chocolate and vanilla.
Using the rarest whiskies, many from distilleries that no longer exist, it’s beyond compare. Includes touches of smoke, sherry, honey, vanilla, with a dark chocolate finish.
Defined by smoldering charcoal, crisp ash, and burnt timber, blended and barreled to mature in deep-charred oak casks. The result is an unquestionably smokier, more intense experience. Simply put, it is Black, amplified.
A supremely rich, contemporary, and complex 18-year-old blend characterized by a sweet yet elegant Speyside style and subtle Islay smokiness.