Insider knowledge: Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve Limited Edition Bottle whisky is named whisky by virtue of the fact it's from Scotland. If distilled in America the spelling would be Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve Limited Edition Bottle whiskey, as opposed to whisky.
I was given a bottle and been told that the bottle isn't glass. Is this true?
9th March 2014
All signs point to no age statement on this whisky, much like the original Gold Label Reserve. The Platinum Label took over from the Gold Label 18, meaning that the Gold Label Reserve (and this limited edition bottling) are both no age statement whiskies. --The Chaps at Master of Malt
17th February 2014
Is it aged 18 years?
14th February 2014
I've never tried a better blend than this. As a bartender of considerable experience, I have tried a huge number of whiskies, both single malt and blended and, I have to say, I LOVE this stuff. I know it's not the most refined and complex drink in the world but, if you want to sit down with a few mates, with some bottles of beer and a glass of whisky - this is the one for you. Flavoursome enough to hold its own against a beer chaser, smooth enough to make quaffing it a pleasure. Delicious.
22nd January 2014
Hi there! This product does not come with a box, no. --The Chaps at Master of Malt
20th January 2014
does it come with a box?
17th January 2014
Like the Centenary Blend, the reserve is best served chilled over 3 days As it warms, it opens n tastes like honey n chocolate with a silky smooth feel. Loved it
6th January 2014
I got one for Christmas. It looks majestic. I a m in two minds whether or not to open it. To spoil the beauty of such a rare sight of completeness is too much for me, even though the contents are calling me to be tasted.
26th December 2013