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Black Bottle

(70cl, 40%)

Black Bottle

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Black Bottle Bottling Note

Relaunched in 2013, Black Bottle Blended Scotch whisky now features a balanced mix of fruitiness and spice alongside the peaty Islay notes that the brand has been known for. This change in direction is a return to Black Bottle's past, as it is said to have been inspired by what the whisky was like when it was made all the way back in 1879. This has also inspired the new old-style black glass bottle, which gave the whisky its name.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Polished oak and porridge with a sprinkle of brown sugar, with cut grass and very subtle smoke in support.

Palate: Candied ginger and cigar box, with charred herbs, chocolate spread on brown bread and a drizzle of golden syrup.

Finish: Oak spice and honey.

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Black Bottle Reviews

Favourite whisky

Delicious taste excellent whisky love it

1st July 2020

Will get another bottle

Very impressed great taste

20th June 2020

Changed, not to the good

I am so disappointed in the present blending of Black Bottle it just does not compare with the pre 2018 blendings, it's gone from a smokey, peaty aroma with a light smooth, warming character to a darker, harsher whisky which is not to my taste.

4th May 2020

Very nice for a warm up, surprisingly good blend. .

I guess many will take this for a single malt in a blind taste. Because of the price, this is an excellent choice for an "everyday" dram. It is also a good warm up if you want to go furter for example to a Bunnahabhain Croach Mhona.

22nd March 2020

Good buy

Great scotch for the price. Good bottle to grab for your 3rd dram.

14th December 2019


Sorry not my taste

8th December 2019

Very enjoyable

I really enjoy a glass of BB served with a few lumps of ice. It has a distictive taste and may not be everyone's cup of tea but I certainly give it a big thumbs up.

22nd November 2019

Avoid at all costs.

This is just awful. Could not finish what was poured and that is saying something. Do not waste your money on this nonsense.

21st October 2019

A reasonable cheeky dram ruined by distillery greed

Luckily i bought 12 bottles in 2014 and stored 6 in a safe place . I dont know what they've done to recent 'blends' but they taste like they're artificially flavoured alcohol....... like that cheap muck the bars continually try to sell you in a double...

The previous blends were a good all-rounder, mine have become pretty awesome but the 2018 onwards is worse than dog pi** and i am being rather generous with that description.

23rd September 2019

Not the best blend

I made a bold statement to a Scottish guy that Grouse was the best blended whisky, he however insisted that the best blend is Black Bottle. I tried it and in my view Grouse still has the edge. I was expecting the whisky to have some of the characteristics of a Talisker, smokey and peaty but I didn't find of that.

28th July 2019

Lovely whisky, better than most supermarket single-malts

It's not longer an Islay, but it's a super-blend. Sweet with a big of smoke and enough body. Can't beat it for value for money.

5th May 2019

Cheap for a reason, No peat

While maybe people claim older bottlings of Black Bottle to be akin to Johnnie Walker black or have Islay peat on budget, I am afraid the most recent (2018) bottling has none of this. As someone who enjoys both cheap blends ( Ballantines, Teachers ect), I found this to be near undrinkable. The nose is complex with dried fruits, nuttiness and mild ethanol. On the palate there is an instant blast of oak, much like a cheap North American rye, following that there is mild caramel, an influx of vanilla and the smallest , microscopic amount of smoke. I wouldn't dare use the the word peat. In short there is way too much of oak, barrel taste and sugary vanilla. Very disappointed like a cheap rye. I recommend you avoid this one.

9th December 2018

Extremely impressed.

I purchased this in time for the pending arrival of one’s parents. I thought, let’s buy a blend... that way I won’t have to serve any of the expensive stuff like last time. My parents like a drink, like most retirees. Tried it prior to their arrival to make sure it wasn’t filth... wow, what a pleasant surprise. Thick luscious whisky with a lovely smoky toffee note. Honestly, a really well done blend. Light years ahead of the other cost effective blends I’ve tried. Definitely will buy another bottle (as my parents will polish this off) as I will like to include this on a blind flight with friends. 10/10 for the money. Honestly, do yourself a favour and buy a bottle.

13th November 2018


Top blend with a whisper of smoke, dark fruits and liquorice palette. Very smooth too

13th September 2018

To be avoided at all costs.

I was a big fan of the previous black bottle and I just despair that it is still not available. People who have given this a favourable review have probably never tasted what went before, or are unable to recognise what a poor offering on offer. I would compare the taste to a perfume that has been left on the dressing table for a long time with the cap missing.

1st September 2018

Get over it

To all the single malt snobs - this is damn good blended scotch whisky! For under $50 can't be beat. Just the right amount of smoked peat and minimal grain in it. This is better than JW Black and rivals Chivas. Get over it - just drink it, enjoy it, and stick your head out of it.

17th August 2018

Great blend

A beautiful blend, fruity, small peat with liquorice imo. Suites the dark it

29th June 2018

Fantastico !!!

It's strange but when they changed this blend I was mortid. But 5yrs later and a trip to Grantown on Spey it's back on. Especially as you can no longer buy BNJ. Magic !!!!!!!!!!

7th June 2018

Very good indeed

Fantastic.. Smooth and full of flavour! The purists may whinge..let them. This is a excellent whiskey.. Perfect for a newbie whiskey drinker...

25th January 2018

Middle of the road

Strange first taste and at this knockdown price I couldn’t help but try it. It’s quite smooth, and hints at the malts and grains that go into it...a little of everything but not distinctive enough in its own right..sweet..grassy..herbal..smooth..I can taste a licorice like finish..and a touch of spice. Almost exactly what I expected really. Not spectacular but certainly likeable and drinkable..Good for a Tuesday I suppose

7th December 2017


I found an old bottling of this in an off license a year or so ago. Wish I'd kept it, but curiosity got the better of me. I found it unbalanced; an unhappy union of flinty grains and too much smoke. Ultimately very similar to Johnnie Walker Black (which is great if you like that). As to the new one...dark chocolate, raisin...fruit and nut (hello Bunnahabhain) + a hint of smoke and iodine at the close. Great blend. The important thing about blends is balance, and this is an underrated success in my opinion. Surprisingly long finish too.

24th November 2017

Time revealed its better nature

I sadly didn't have the chance to try the older, peaty version, of Black Bottle but after giving this whisky a bit of time, a drop or two of water or an ice cube, I really began to enjoy it. Sure, it's not complex but it is an enjoyable dram, especially on a rainy night. Cheers.

24th November 2017

Not Black Bottle

Sorry this is not Black Bottle. The original green glass bottle was a bargain and one of my favourite blends. This, I cannot drink.

19th November 2017

Do not under any circumstances buy this abomination.

This whisky is a Johnny Walker Black knockoff and what is most distressing is that the whisky is infused with caramel food coloring. That, in of itself, should grounds for hanging.

23rd October 2017

It's Poison

There are no words to... aargh!

15th October 2017


I gave this 3 stars, as a blended whisky it's fine but the old black bottle was a 5 star blend which smelled and tasted of Islay . It was the only blend I would purchase but don't think I will purchase this new version .

25th September 2017

Smooth Blend

I live in New Zealand and recently purchased the Black Bottle, I must say I was truly surprised of the smoothness of this blended whiskey the smokiness not overpowering, I will certainly purchase another

9th September 2017

Very nice. Just right for my taste

I am a whisky drinker, have been for some time.
I find the island whiskies are too peaty for my liking.
My wife was the one who gave me a bottle of Black Bottle and to my surprise I enjoyed it. I have been drinking it ever since. It is a nice gift to give friends when visiting .

16th May 2017


What the hell did they do. This is basically Dewars for mixing. The old BB stood by itself as a dram or in a cocktail. Horrid and a shame

28th April 2017

Old one was better

Just bad

28th April 2017

Still a nice wee beastie

I came to BB some years ago through their support for the Islay Jazz Festival and have never looked back until recently when I heard of their re-formulation and the new bottle. The bottle change is a sad loss but the loss of the hint of peat and seaweed seems to have been largely overcome, maybe by using a more robust Islay malt. I will always be a bit sad at the loss of the Islay origin but will forgive all if they return to their support a jazz and will certainly keep a bottle at the front of the cupboard and drink it neat to enjoy its subtle flavours. Its still the best of blends.

18th December 2016

Too harsh

This one tasted too harsh and spicy for my taste.

10th December 2016


I was surprised at how this tasted, I was expecting a big Smokey smell and taste considering it is from Islay,but what you get is more subtle smoke and a lovely sweetness coming through with a long earthy finish but not too peaty. It has a lot of layers making it a very good blend if you like Bunnahabhain 12 year old you would like this, certainly worth the money.

29th November 2016


A well drink for mixers. Gone is the complexity and richness of the old Black Bottle. This is garbage.

14th September 2016

Mr Malc Nixon

One of the best blended whiskies I have ever tasted. Far in front of such as J@B and other average whiskies.

7th August 2016


I'm a great believer in tradition. I can't vouch for the 19th century of course as I wasn't around but anything that returns to traditional blending is OK by me. The whisky is one of the best blend I've tasted only surpassed bu Baillie Nicol Jarvie which you can sadly no longer get. Nice whisky!

31st July 2016


God they took an excellent smokey blend and made something that is average and every day. It must have become too expensive to blend the islay scotches to keep the blend. Seriously, I see people talking about ow good this new version is, and it is basically Dewars or J&B for a little more money. What's the point.

14th June 2016

Old recipe, new flavor!! Awesome!

Rich, creamy, Carmel, vanilla, honey, complex baking spices, and a kiss of peat. Full rich mouthfeel and nice finish. Love it!!!!

5th June 2016

For the price: great slightly prayed sherry/carmel scotch

I NEVER tried the old style. Only the post 2013 version. I LOVE IT. one of the best blended scotches under $40. Delicious. Blows JWB out of the water at half the price. Sweet, With a a slight hint of peat sort of in the background. Like a kiss of peat in the finish. Very subtle, not overpowering. I get some sherry, Carmel, vanilla, some baking spice (maybe cinnamon and nutmeg). Very smooth. Nice mouthfeel. Warm full finish. Would buy it at twice the price. A real bargain.

5th June 2016


It maybe is not complex, but its a well balanced fruity very drinkable blend.Is there a better blend for the money (£14) ? . I am sure there is not. Lovely stuff. Cheers.

28th May 2016

A change for the better

I was never happy the old style that contained some pretty ropey young Islays. This is a more polished blend with a little Islay character. They use some quality well matured grains that that make this a well rounded and complete blend. I don't think you can beat this for a standard budget blended scotch. I prefer Islay Mist 12 but this is now in a different price category.

22nd May 2016

Angles Share

Very young, rather bland and totally devoid of the Islay character that once made this a stand out blend. It will develop a little in the glass if you give time , but plenty of better blends available at the same price point, and cheaper. As another reviewer said it's going in the cupboard for guests who drink their whiskey with a mixer. A shame if you stumble across the old stlye bottle I would suggest snaffling it up.

4th April 2016

Best Value in the blended Scotch categories

Smoky, briny, peaty, iodine and hint of umami with well balanced fruitiness. I have never tried the old bottling but this one really hit the spot. Discovered this in my Brooklyn local boutique wine store for around $26- $30 USD. My wife hates peaty whisky but she loves this one due to the lack of "medicinal taste". You know, not everyday I can afford to drink a Lagavulin or Ardbeg Uigeadail. Best bang for the buck, period!

21st February 2016



14th February 2016

Very drinkable

A good introduction into the smoky, peaty Islay whiskies, without the high price tag, one of my favourite blends.

11th February 2016

Great! Smooth & easy to drink.

Great value blend. Bought as a go to bottle to save some of my more expensive bottles and ended up enjoying this just as much. Very smooth and easy to drink which was what I was looking for so it was spot on, short finish to this but just makes you want another sip.

30th January 2016

Terrible change

Enough said.

10th December 2015

OK, but.......

It used to be superb value and, to my taste, the best of blends and first choice when a single malt isn't available. The changes have now made it no more than a reasonable blend amongst blends. And am I alone in preferring the old-style bottle? More stability and you could see how much was in the bottle!

30th November 2015

BB Redux....Not bad for the Money

I bought Black Bottle and Glenmorangie Original yesterday. I like them both, but BB has a fuller taste and mouth feel. I tried the BB a few years ago and I remember it having more peat than the current offering, but it's been so long ago that I really can't say which is better..the new or the old. I prefer it over the Glenmorangie, and it is 1/3 less in price ($23 vs. $35); the name is also easier to pronounce and type correctly. I'll continue to enjoy both, as my mood sees fit.

11th November 2015


Good one

10th November 2015


Differs from old, More Islay Salty peat less Fruitiness. But still completely underrated.

15th October 2015

The Seeker reviews Black Bottle

For a blend and a cheap one at that this really is the best value blend that I've had. Don't expect the same level of peaty intensity as the Islay single malts that it contains. What you will get is a pleasant whiff of peat and a lovely finish redolent of said single malts. This is a very well made blend and probably my go-to blended whisky from now on. A very pleasant surprise.

27th September 2015

I was prepared to be disapointed, but I wasnt.

I always heard this was a great bargain blend but never tried it. I recently bought some (on offer) and then looked up reviews, and was sad to see so many reviews saying it had gone way downhill. I was prepared to be disappointed, but happily I was not disappointed at all. This is an most enjoyable dram. Young and brash for sure, but big enough smoke, peat and iodine flavors to remind me of the Islay superstars I love (but alas cannot afford to drink daily). Perhaps it WAS better before, but it is still pretty good. At least head and shoulders over the usual grants/whyte-mackay/grouse stuff.

21st July 2015

I take it back-- Out with the in with the- last word

I gave this a good reviews at first. Had had one glass too many. I take it back- it's disappointing compared to the old. A fair bit above average with some character, but they've destroyed what was perhaps the best cheaper blend available. Like others said- it's basically a mixer now. Don't buy it unless they go back to smoky BB.

25th June 2015

ps out with the in with the (additional notes)

Once I moved onto BB to save wasting Laphroaig, having drunk less responsibly than anyone should- I found that adding 2 or 3 drips of Laphroaig to a measure of BB made it delicious. Possibly I'd reached the stage where any whisky tastes great though.

22nd June 2015

out with the in with the

Was missing then reappeared- Wondered how my palate had changed in its absence and delighted to see it- so bought a bottle. Loved the nose- Not as peaty as before- but greater complexity than I remembered- and beats most affordable blends in that regard- Nice bursts of flavours- Develops a bit more syrupy on the palate than I would like- and barely any smoke. Longer finish than most of the familiar affordable malts- so that's a bargain- a dry, liquorice finish transforming to barley sugar. Commendable for that. There's stuff actually happening here; enough to make me curious to search out the notes. It is a shame to lose the old one though- Hope I get a chance to try old and new in alternate sips. I enjoyed it- it's probably the best in its price range. Can't remember if previous bottling was better. Think it was less complex but the smoke was quite a special touch. New bottling- I love the punch of the raw young grain in the blend. I think they've figured how to use it to add to the flavour events, rather than try to hide it. I bought it so I wouldn't waste my Laphroaig- the best cheap blend I could find for the job of moving onto cheaper whisky once you've passed the point of maximum sensitivity of taste-buds.

22nd June 2015

New Black Bottle ain't so bad !

Although I'm a fan of the original Islay peatiness, thw new recipe is still (to me) a good dram. Laphroaig and the likes will be at the top of my list as usual - but Black Bottle has retained a place. A bold move to revert back, for whatever reason
... comparing old and new really isn't fair - it's a different beast...

21st June 2015

An Excellent Value and a Very Fine Whisky at Any Price!

I'm not familiar with the original, but I find the new Black Bottle to be simply the best value in a Scotch Whisky: a blend that tops many Islay single malts at more than twice its price, not to mention such blends as the Black Grouse and Johnnie Walker Black Label! Black Bottle is a well-rounded blend with some fruit and herbs up front, and toffee and creamy caramel on the palate. It has a dark amber color and piquant nose and initially seems to be more than 40 percent alcohol, but the finish is mild, rich and smooth. All in all: an excellent value, but a very fine whisky at any price.

21st June 2015

Absolute Shame

The old bottling was a great bend of Islay and Speyside. This new stuff is a mixer at best. They are trying real hard to tell you about the old recipe, old ways, original etc,..bunk! It is a well drink now.

9th June 2015

Really good for what it is.

I am also one of those people that had not had the old one. I use this one as my every day dram. People need to keep in mind it is an non age statement blend. It only costs $35 in my store. This all being the case it is very good for what it is. I felt it even gives some lower end single malts a run for it.

25th April 2015


Ordinary, a blend for bartenders serving people who don't care - jsut want "scotch".

16th April 2015


wonderful blend ruined for the sake of profit. Well too bad, because fans of the old blend won't buy this swill.

31st March 2015

R.I.P Black Bottle

What a sad surprise. This "new" Black Bottle is totally something else than the one it has been.
Those comments from other below are telling how wonderfull it was. Also referring for those awards archieved.

We can only guess the real reasons for the change; (cannot have "material" from Islay for same price, try to make more money from the market...).
I'm not intrested about Black Bottle anymore. It has been ruined.

31st March 2015

New & Different But Stii Very Good.

This new whisky blend is still very good for the price.The blend Still has a taste of its own[Fruity/smokey/peaty]like the old one had which makes it stand out at this price range.Good work to keep it at this price.I paid just over £17 for this bottle which is good value for this outstanding & different tasting blend.

6th March 2015

Wide market appeal

I guess that is where they are going with this new blend. It has very little interesting notes in the flavor and seems pretty blahzey. Bars and pubs will buy it in mass quantities maybe as a mixer but as a dram or on the rocks, I would not bother with it again. The bottle just went under the bar for guests. I will now search out the old green bottle version.

14th January 2015

So sad

This is, at best, a mixer. The old one had character and taste.

14th January 2015

A fan of the old Black Bottle who loves this new one

The old Black Bottle was a superb, competitively priced peat treat, that (whilst not being quite as well integrated) rivaled Johnnie Walker Black due to its fantastic price and accessibility. I enjoyed many a bottle, and still have one as a keep safe (purchased for £11.97 from Tesco as they were clearing their shelves). This new version, in a distinctive black bottle (as opposed to the previous version's green bottle) is supposed to mirror the original blend developed in 1879. Whether this is true or just a bit of nostalgic marketing who knows, but I can recommend the whisky. It has a rather ridiculously dark amber colour (even more so than the Johnnie Walker ranges) and the caramel influences (that tannin taste) is obvious. However, despite the lack of peat (which is, despite a subtle whiff, virtually non-existent) this is a superbly well rounded whisky with a bit fruity taste, herbs on the nose, toffee and caramel on the palate, a great mouth feel and a rich, almost chocolatey finish. There are undoubtedly reasons why Black Bottle has changed (industry and economic reasons) I'm sorry to say, and the heavy addition of caramel is not a good start. But once you look beyond that and accept that the old whisky has gone (unfortunately) you're still left with a whisky that is incredibly well crafted and far better value than anything else in its price range. For just £2 less you could be drinking Scottish Leader! This is like a well honed single malt compared to that! So for the naysayers, embrace change (as I have done) and enjoy this splendid dram. The result of the re-launch could of been so much worse!

21st November 2014

So sad

The peat of Islay mixed with cereal of speyside is gone. Sad. Not bad, but not nearly as good as teh previous version.

17th October 2014


The bold peaty character of an Islay which represented the previous Black Bottle is gone in this new version.

15th October 2014

What a disappointment!

Maybe if Black Bottle is new to you, you could be forgiven for thinking this is OK but to me it is a disgrace. Haven't seen Black Bottle on the shelves for a while now so was delighted to find this while out shopping today - but what a let-down. Black Bottle was always my blend of choice when fund were too low to afford Ardbeg (which, let's face it is most of the time at current pricing). Where is 'the heart of Islay'? I won't be buying this again. Big mistake messrs Graham.

12th October 2014

My new favourite blended Scotch

Most of the negative reviews here seem disappointed at how this new BB is different from the old. (I never had the old one, so am happily unburdened by such luggage...) I think that misses the point that this is an excellent blended whisky, at a price point that offers superb value. I'm not normally much of a fan of blended Scotch, I only came across this by accident when doing my weekly grocery shop, and boy am I glad I picked up a bottle! I'll go back tomorrow and get a case, before they discontinue it (my supermarket, that is - they have a bad habit of doing that, just as I discover something I like).

22nd June 2014

Black Bottle Blended

A good Whisky doesn't have a screw cap !!.... However I could be wrong.Well I am with this one. Outstanding for Scotch at this price.

14th June 2014

A great new whisky.

I think the people running this down have approached it the wrong way. This is not a changed or improved Black bottle but a completely new whisky. As someone else has said it is as good as double black and £13 cheaper. As soon as they get more in I shall order a half dozen more.

2nd June 2014

a copy paste of my original review of Black Bottle

Mr Gordon Bell
I have tried many brands of whisky and have enjoyed most of them! However, the one whisky I keep coming back to, when I can get it (I live in deepest - darkest Staffordshire...), is Graham's Black Bottle. I am not alone in appreciating this fine blend, as I have encouraged many friends and collegues to sample frequently.... and they all agree with me, this truly is a very good, high quality blended whisky. Indeed my father, John Bell (butcher of this parish), won runner's up prize in a competition run by the distillery and won 6 very fine tumblers engraved with the whisky's label. My father loved Black Bottle and instilled into me this love and appreciation of probably the most consistently good blends on the market. I highly recommend this blend, as it is very easy to enjoy. It is not harsh on the throat and fills the mouth with a fabulous mixture of peaty, smokey, fruity, sweetness - a joy to enjoy! So do yourself a flavour...I mean favour and buy a bottle today, your tongue will thank you for it! By the way - the best way to enjoy this whisky, or any other blend for that matter, is to add a splash of water. But don't drown it! The master blender of any distillery would have your guts for garters if he saw you or anybody else, diluting away all his hard work by putting too much H 2 O in his skillfully put together work of art!
1st April 2010

31st May 2014

Mr Gordon Bell

Ach!!!! Yeh are all full o' wind an' pish!!!!!
I thought perfection could not be improved upon. But I have to admit, I was wrong!
The "new" Black Bottle is better for going back to its roots and re-introducing Gordon Graham's original blend.
The old blend was - sorry - is very good if you are lucky enough to find it! But with the return to its roots this blend even beats that!
Graham's original blend is sweet, smooth, flavoursome, smoky, spicy. In one word - excellent!!
Buy with confidence my friends, you will not be disappointed! You will enjoy a very, very fine blend made by really skilled craftsmen.
So if you have any doubts after reading the negative comments. Take a look at the very first review. - MY review!
You will see I do have real soft spot for this whisky but now this has returned to its heritage they have really struck gold.
Disappointing - my arse! Won't finish this bottle - nonsense! Won't buy again - well mate that's your loss and all the more for me to enjoy!
My advice - buy a bottle and make up your own mind!
This is still a GREAT whisky! Don't let anybody put you off.

18th May 2014


The old blend was one of the greats, unfortunately this new blend is very poor and bears absolutely no resemblance to it's predecessor. Why they couldn't release this under a different name and keep the old blend is beyond me - for example, how many types of Famous Grouse are available now!?!

Won't be buying this again unless they revert back to their previous blend. A real shame.

17th May 2014


Basically only good to mix with. It no longer stands alone unless you are cleaning the bar top. Sad, it was a distinctive blend worthy of praise. Might as well buy Crown Royal and save the money.

9th May 2014

allan steel

well the marketing team have really sorted this once fine whisky out new shape of bottle / colour of contents but most of all its joined the realms of cooking

1st May 2014

Two steps back

This stuff tastes like leftovers from dozens of Speyside whisky's , not harmonious at all, I remember this used to taste of wonderful Islay malts and a good intro to that islands style, now it's just a bargain basement style blend at a semi premium price.

28th April 2014


Been drinking and enjoyed this brand for some years now. This relaunch has completely changed the character of the whisky. Not for me now I'm afraid.

19th April 2014

A step backwards

A return to the past. Why? Not everything was better in the olden days. I'll have to find another drink.

14th April 2014


I was more than suprised trying this scotch whisky.It was full offruity taste, and spicy and peaty.Heard a lot of bad rep. from the previous bottling that ruined some feedback.It cost about 19 euros , it isn't cheap for whay you get.Now its my favorite islay scotch whisky.
I would choose this ower Johnny Walker Double Black any time even if its a lot spicier and less refined.

Thanks, KaaBee.

28th February 2014

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