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Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 Year Old

(70cl, 40.0%)
Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 Year Old

Awards for Johnnie Walker Black

Gold
Gold

Liquid Gold Award - 2014

Jim Murray's Whisky Bible

Silver Outstanding
Silver Outstanding

Scotch Whisky - Blended - 2014

International Wine & Spirit Competition

Silver
Silver

Premium Blends - 2014

The Scotch Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business)

Gold Outstanding
Gold Outstanding

Scotch Whisky - Deluxe Blend - 2013

International Wine & Spirit Competition

Double Gold
Double Gold

Blended Scotch - to 15 Yrs - 2013

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Johnnie Walker Black Details

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What's in a name? Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 Year Old whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 Year Old whiskey, rather than whisky.

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Johnnie Walker Black Bottling Note

A 12 year old blended whisky, one of the world's most famous blends. Johnnie Walker Black is a blend of around 40 whiskies, very well put together.
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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

The nose is quite full. There are notes of winter spice and treacle, hints of white pepper and a little citrus. The palate is quite rich and full. There are notes of wood smoke and dry spice, hints of barley and cereal with creamy toffee and a distinct herbal note. The finish is quite fruity and long with a note of sultanas and mixed peels.

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    User Reviews of the Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 Year Old

    my go-to brand

    Easy to drink, smooth and great taste. Bang for the buck. Don't believe the single-malt snobs, posers I'd you ask me.

    23rd October 2014

    First and Best

    The first taste I had of Johnnie Walker Black Label was 1963 when I was 7 yrs old. (My father had a policy that I could "have a taste" of what he was drinking at a party.) I will never forget it. I took a tiny sip, thinking it would be terrible, but found that it tasted VERY good. I then took a large mouthful and savored it all the way down. My father vocally lamented the point when I told him in the presence of his neighborhood friends, "Dad. That is some great stuff!" I have always had a bottle available since I was old enough to buy it, for when I would like a wee nip of some excellent blended scots whisky. It was my first, and is still my best.

    13th October 2014

    First time walking

    I am enjoying JW Black. It is smooth no harsh burn just a nice warm feeling, perfect for chilly Canadian nights. Has a smokey smell but not to overwhelming. I would recommend to anyone but especially to someone new to drinking scotch. Time for another, cheers.

    3rd October 2014

    Drinking Johnie on a tropical Island

    This summer I visited San Blas on my vacation to Panama and bought a bottle of Black Label Whisky on the airport. The bottle stayed in my suitcase until I reached San Blas since I just knew this was the perfect place to drink a delicious blended whisky. Imagine a full moon, illuminating squid in the Caribbean Sea water and stars everywhere. Let's not forget about the perfect temperature and at that moment the Black Label was openend. PERFECT! If you don't know what I'm talking about take a look at these pictures http://sanblas-islands.com/pictures/ and imagine yourself with a bottle of Black Label on the beach at night :) Cheers

    13th September 2014

    Just Hype

    I have had Johnnie Walker Black and Blue Label 12 year, and I must say these two have flavor but are overrated especially for their prices of a blended scotch. I think people consider this good just because other people say it is,they are not experienced in drinking different scotches and because of its high price and strong taste for a newbie. There are many other scotches to choose from with smooth and rich flavors that are inexpensive both blended and single malts. Too much hype for what it really is, even the bottle is nothing to rave about. To me, only the pretentious believe in the Johnnie Walker set of Labels' power. These are what snobs are; the pretentious.

    16th August 2014

    Decent

    Black Label is available in almost every bar, so that's what I usually drink when clubbing, but I way prefer Haig & Haig Pinch for about the same price. Pinch is 15 years old, and a better balance of fruit and smoke. The extra 3yrs of aging makes a difference. If you really search, you can find Famous Grouse, an excellent 8yr old that is almost as good as Black Label. Or try some Oban 10yr old or any McCallan for a treat.

    6th July 2014

    well johnnie walks with me

    Its been my fav sincd I could afford it. Best ever

    31st May 2014

    F____ing awesome!

    that's it

    27th May 2014

    Good!

    Always have a bottle of this one at home. My "weekdays" drink. Buy one, than you won't walk alone.

    10th May 2014

    considerably good

    smoky, sweet and slightly peaty. it definitely has slight complexity of a single malt.

    10th May 2014

    love it in japan

    nihonjins and Thais love this tipple. ain't bad as a mellow cup, or perhaps mixed with coke while in a meeting. versatile. proletarian.

    3rd May 2014

    ummmmmm....why do I love this so much

    It's the highlight of my day and I have a full life. Just 11 hours to go! Delicious!

    15th April 2014

    Very Drinkable

    Though not a peat freak, I find Black Label to be an eminently drinkable blend. Quite creamy, smooth and fruity, but with just the right smoky edge. Quite a classy nose, and very easy to drink, even by a fairly new convert to whisky, still finding his way, like me.

    22nd March 2014

    How do they do it?

    This is just so well balanced and consistant that I can't help always keeping it in stock. I would love Diageo to offer a 46% version - it would be the bees knees. I strongly advise very little water and deffinitely no ice. Other higher priced Johnnie Walkers might have more finnesse but this one provides the best value.

    17th March 2014

    Ideal for Wednesdays

    This is smooth, more refined than say Jamesons, It has a sharp citrus beginning with a mellow peaty finish. I really enjoy this, until I can afford Blue that is lol.

    5th March 2014

    An Acceptable entry into Scotch Whisky

    I've been bouncing around trying many different Whisky's predominantly of the Scotch variety. Recently I decided I'd give this one a try, and while I didn't really know what to expect going in I'd have to say I'm neither disappointed nor excited by it. I found that it finished on the tongue a little too quick for my liking, but in that regard I like that it makes it easier to sink. While I found it has mild characteristics of almost every Scotch I've tried, I can't say anything jumped out at me to give this much character of its own. Thus I say it's a good starter for people curious about Scotch. I can't say I'll be going after this one again, but that's simply because I have other Whiskies that are more to my taste in this price point. I am glad that I got a chance to try this, and may keep a bottle in my cabinet to give other curious parties a taste of a nice entry level Scotch.

    3rd March 2014

    First whisky I've enjoyed

    Having decided I didn't like scotch a few years ago, I recently decided to give this a try for no other reason as Hitchens planted curiosity. Tried it with a splash of Perrier and have to say it's not all that bad. None of the overpowering burn I used to get and quite a nice toasted, sweet flavour. Fruity after taste. I decided against any ice, so it remained really aromatic. I shall buy a big bottle of this, as I just tried a miniature to start with. Hitch will be happy to know he was, yet again, quite right. Although I'm sure he knew that already.

    2nd March 2014

    Yes!!!

    The old stand by. Even if you don't like blends it still satisfies. Always bet on black! Yeah!

    22nd February 2014

    not a peat fan

    I MST say this is lovely I don't like peat until Now this is amazing and when it is on offer well worth it at full prices hmmmmmmmmm

    19th February 2014

    Dee lish

    great blend, great price. only thing better is the JW GOLD or blue.

    14th February 2014

    Good for newbies

    I have just recently gotten out of my teenage years and my college buddy gave me a bottle of this and double black as a birthday gift and graduation gift, respectively. Although I did have my share of (cheap) scotch back in high school and college, I never really went out of my way to buy a bottle with my own money. So this was my first time to actually take my time and enjoy Black. (For me, at least) It was amazing, no burn at all, went down my throat like cream, and nothing about it was overpowering. This, along with Chivas 12, became the gateway for my interest in scotch. -M.G. (MNL, Philippines)

    31st January 2014

    ok

    But too expensive

    22nd January 2014

    Not horrible. Thank Goodness.

    A huge improvement over the Red Label. It's an ok whisky I guess. But I never seem to remember anything special (good or bad) about it after I've drank it though. So there's that.

    13th January 2014

    Nice!!!!

    A nice blend with an interesting nose. Smokey and peaty and sweat at the same time. Tastes Smokey fruity with a hint of creamy toffee. All in all an enjoyable blend.

    12th December 2013

    Very good product

    Sweet and smoky. Complex and easy. highly recommended blend.

    10th December 2013

    RE: 25 years stored

    "I've 5 of black labels bottles since over 25 years ago ... I wonder how it taste like or how much it cost now" It'll taste exactly the same as the day it was bottled! Whisky gets its flavour from the barrel.

    29th November 2013

    My first blend taste

    A sweet blend. After drinking only single malts for several years, off-and-on. I decided after reading reviews from various sites including this one, to get a bottle of JW Black at the local Sams Club last night. Only $31.00 with a coaster set gift box. A decent 2013 price. Now I also have some nice coasters. I have to say I like JW Black, but to my palate, it is very sweet. To me, it's the Crown Royal of scotch. But it's good and enjoyable and easy. If you like Crown, I think you'll like this. I will keep a bottle in the supply chain from now on. I love the color, and as described by other reviewers above, it has lots of flavor, although it's a bit sweet for my preference, but it is good, and can be used as a decent and tasty example when sampling various scotches, especially for beginners. It's forgiving and friendly and smooth. If you are a beginning scotch enthusiast, it wouldn't hurt to start with this and move into single malts. If you are a scotch veteran, it would never hurt to have this in the collection just for the heck of it.

    8th November 2013

    25 years stored

    I've 5 of black labels bottles since over 25 years ago ... I wonder how it taste like or how much it cost now

    18th October 2013

    Thanks Hitch

    When I was very young I never liked any whiskey,now though I'm forty five,still a novice I've tried other whiskeys but only AFTER trying JW,like others maybe I was curious to try it after the late great Christopher Hitchens had said it was his own particular favourite,I love it,the smokiness the richness the peat,I'll try others but right now this is for me,and I know nothing of the blenders art,but thanks to you and of course The Hitch.

    9th October 2013

    one of my favorites

    The jump from the red to the black and the price point is the best bang for the buck. Beyond the black is a classic case of diminishing returns. The green, blue, gold and platinum are all amazing, but oye! The cost! The black is right in the pocket.

    5th October 2013

    $hits the bomb

    bang for buck best blend on the market. never leave home without it

    28th September 2013

    Unbeatable in it's price range

    Just superb in every way... for the price I feel it's unbeatable. Perfect on the rocks and never disappoints.

    13th September 2013

    Great every day dram, great blend.

    Churchills dram of choice apparently... Great everyday drink, not to complex, good flavour profile good on its own or with a cube of ice, good one to start an evening, before moving on to something more complicated. Stable for the cupboard and good one to start friend on the whiskey road. Good value, single malts at this price point tend to be disappointing good alternative so some of the supermarket bargains.

    12th July 2013

    Too Peaty

    A nice smooth start but far too much peaty taste for me. An acquired taste!

    12th July 2013

    batman

    very sad to say no not for me might try the green next not bad but noting to remember

    21st June 2013

    Well...

    Visited the Scotch Whisky Experience and picked up a couple of miniatures to try, among them was a JW Black 12 in a cheap nasty plastic bottle... put off trying it for a couple of months then thought "what the hell"... next thing I know, I'm finding out where to buy a proper sized bottle. Excellent balanced whisky for anyone but especially for beginners like myself

    11th June 2013

    Like a hard horn

    I could suck this back all night.

    20th April 2013

    GREAT MARKETING

    ONE OF THE BETTER 12 YEAR OLD BLENDS.BEST ENJOYED WITH WATER. AV RAMPERSAD/TRINIDAD/WEST INDIES.

    15th April 2013

    Expensive for a blend

    Not bad. But why buy an expensive blend when for the same price, if you keep your eyes open , you can pick up some of the best single malts? I've paid less for Highland Park, mcallan Jura and caol ila for example .

    14th April 2013

    A workhorse

    I haven't found a better every day whisky than this. Hitchens hit it dead on. A splash of Perrier makes this a drink you'll look forward to at the end of the day.

    14th April 2013

    Consistently excellent!

    I drink lots of single malts but sometimes I go back to this or get it at the bar, no ice, no water. It is well balanced, leaning towards smokey/slightly bitter-citrus, high quality, consistently excellent and never hard to find. 85/100

    12th March 2013

    Don't let snobs fool you

    Ignore all the snobbery around single malts versus blended whiskies. This is a great scotch and deserves a place in every scotch drinker's cabinet. A great combination of a smooth taste and complex nose. Ignore Red Label, this one is in a whole other league.

    7th March 2013

    Search for it on offers

    Had it in Poland for just 89 Polish zloties (ca. GBP 17,25) a 0,7l bottle!

    1st March 2013

    My day to day drink

    I dont have the most sophisticated palate but this hits me in on the right places and I enjoy it a lot. While on a more special occasion I'd like a single malt glass of Lagavulin or Laphroaig, I still enjoy the balance in this blend very much. Great smokiness balance with light peat and sweetness. As Hitches said, "Johnnie Walker Black, breakfast of champions, accept no substitute." Spot on.

    4th February 2013

    Amazing

    Great great value for money, easily blended, or can be enjoyed on it's own. Pretty much the staple for JW.

    21st January 2013

    value for money

    The Reason I vote this the full 10 stars, it because quite simply you will not find a whiskey so easy to drink and so nice for the money, I first drank this whiskey in a nice bar in London, and then made me buy a bottle within the week!

    25th November 2012

    My favourite blend

    It's just the best package of everything I want in a scotch whisky, and in particular with a full, creamy mouthfeel. It's not cheap, but still pretty good value. Comparing this with the Black Bottle, another very nice blend with a similar profile, it's "fuller" and more satisfying. And it's a lot more balanced than Black Grouse (which isn't that bad too, but just doesn't come close to JW here).

    21st November 2012

    The go to Scotch

    Overpriced but always satisfies. Incredibly balanced, with a full rich body and the the perfect range of the flavors we've come to associate with most scotch whiskey. A scotch tour in a bottle. There are less pricey blends that are just as good though.

    14th August 2012

    Sexy blend

    For this price you'll not find a better blend of scotch. Although if you have twice the dolla, Ballantine's 17yr is unbeatable.

    31st January 2012

    King Of The Whiskies

    It's a complete whisky. Great taste..

    25th December 2011

    Great value

    A great whisky, not the best, but probably the best in this price range.

    21st December 2011

    johnnie

    kir tush khord pahlush

    8th November 2011

    Johnnie.

    I can drink this like water.

    25th October 2011

    lovely

    nice

    26th May 2010

    Blend of reference

    This blend has a truly complex nose, with a bit of smoke and a juicy fruit. Oily and creamy in the palate, giving an opulent mouthfeel. Finish is quite long. In sum a respectable player in the Premier Blends League.

    7th March 2010

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