Johnnie Walker Odyssey
A new super-premium release from Johnnie Walker whose launch has been continuously celebrated by an extraordinary around the world journey of a 157 foot luxury yacht. The John Walker & Sons Voyager, as the yacht is called, has been holding parties at cities across Asia for the past few months and now it has reached Europe!
This luxury blended malt has been based on the notes of Alexander Walker. It is made up of three carefully selected single malts married in European oak casks. The crystal decanter moves along with the motion of the ocean and its 'swing' design means it doesn't fall over. Clever.
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Mutton dressed as lamb
I recently purchased this after finishing my normal blue label, I was looking forward to the first tasting and was disappointed with the result, I know people's tastes are their own but I will be sticking this on the shelf & going blue again !
27th April 2014
Please, do not waste your money on this.
I was fortunate enough to try this at a tasting recently. My opinion? Appalling. The taste is very similar to the Double black and the price should be also. This is simply not worth even a quarter of the current retail price, and most of that would be to cover the cost of the decanter. I urge you, for the same price you could buy six better whiskies and be much oh so much happier. Hats off to you, Master of Malt for bottling samples of this, I wouldn't have thought it would result in the sale of any actual bottles.
28th February 2014
Oh the growth!
Each shot adds an inch! Only downside is that after half a bottle, my laptop doesn't really rest comfortably on my lap anymore.
29th January 2014
The reviewer above has a) Never tried this whisky and b) Has a deep-seated lack of confidence and knowledge, stemming from the fact that his penis likely requires an expensive extension.
22nd January 2014
Buy this if you want an expensive penis extension whilst at the same time revealing your under appreciation or knowledge of what scotch really is
16th October 2013