Insider knowledge: Johnnie Walker Swing whisky is named whisky by virtue of the fact it's from Scotland. If distilled in America the spelling would be Johnnie Walker Swing whiskey, as opposed to whisky.
Smooth and easy to sip. Very subtle flavors, and a pleasant drink...delicious.
1st January 2014
Yeah it's pretty smooth - if that's what you look for in a whisky - and tastes decent enough, but it's kind of bland and not that memorable. (And 40%, c'mon!) If you like blended whisky, you're better off using your £50 for some Chivas 18 or JW Green.
21st December 2013
Smoothest whisky I have tasted best enjoyed on the rocks.
13th October 2013
American friends arrived with a bottle of Swing off the Queen Mary to stay for a few days. 80th birthday to-day and the first time of tasting. Delightful and I've drunk whisky all my life - Congratulations
4th October 2013
this stuff is bad bad wow why would such a good whiskey company make this i do not know hey cool bottle so what ever swings your boat
30th September 2013
First tried on a cruise fabulous taste, very smooth
29th August 2013
ONE OF MY DAD'S FAVOURITE.LOVELY BOOTLE,GREAT SCOTCH INSIDE.
21st April 2013
Johnnie Walker Swing Opens with a bit of harshness, but a couple drops of water make a huge difference. a very strong caramel and vanilla opening with just a little leather, and a lasting finish with just enough smoke, lingering caramel and floral accents.. My overall favorite Johnnie Walker blend.
5th February 2013
First time trying it, very very smooth, a bit of a smokey taste which is a nice change from the other labels. 10/10.
21st January 2013
Naw it isn't!!!!! Drink it!!!!!
4th November 2012