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Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 Year Old

(70cl, 40%)

Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 Year Old

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Johnnie Walker Black Bottling Note

A much-loved and respected 12 year old blended Scotch, Johnnie Walker Black Label is one of the world's most famous blends. Born in 1909, Black Label is a blend of around 40 whiskies(!), with a distinctive mellow smoky note.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Winter spice and treacle, hints of white pepper and a little citrus.

Palate: Rich and full with notes of wood smoke and dry spice, hints of barley and cereal with creamy toffee and a distinct herbal note.

Finish: Quite fruity and long with a note of sultanas and mixed peels.

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Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 Year Old Reviews

Tastes too much like bourbon

I think it tastes more like bourbon than it does scotch. I like 12 year old Dewar’s better. But neither come close to a good single malt.

13th September 2021

Gets worse every time. Don't buy it

A couple of weeks ago I received a bottle of "Highland Origins".
It was lovely.
So I thought that maybe, just maybe, JW had got their act together again. So I bought a std Black Label.
I wish I hadn't.
Dewar's White Label is now much better than this thin, acidic, 90% grain whisky.
I truly hope that some of the poor souls giving this modern insult five star reviews can be lucky enough to taste a vintage bottle.
Actually, that would just be cruel.

2nd September 2021

Great Performance to Price Ratio

For the price range, it is one of the smoothest and richest whiskies you can get in the market, it is full-bodied with a medium-long finish and a slight hint of smoke that doesn't overwhelm the palette but binds together sweet, spicy and creamy aromas.

7th August 2021

Very good varieties of blends used to marry flavours

Similar to a Highland Park 12 year old malt. Smokey Oak on palate with pineapple / Baked apple finish.

16th June 2021


A lovely dark smokey whisky to enjoy whilst reminiscing good old times with friends

7th June 2021

Fruity finish rivaling higher end whsikeys

The fruity finish in this 12 year old is quite incredible. For the price this rivals some 15 year malts. True value for money. To those that find a bad bottle, well I haven't had that misfortune. I love this blend.

5th June 2021

Not what it used to be

Used to be my favorite. Something changed. Tastes more like Red (not my favorite ever) now.

31st May 2021

A mess

Firstly, I don't believe for a second that the copious amount of gushing reviews are genuine.
I have been drinking whisky for more than three decades and I have to say, The Scottish Whisky Industry is in a shameful state. This is not accidental. I believe that a Parliamentary Inquiry should be conducted and the (many) culprits subject to excoriating fines and a ban from any Scottish business for life.
As for Black Label, at one of time it occupied a very similar position to that of Rolex in the Sixties. It was a pivotal product.
No more.
I have bought several bottles of Black Label in the last few years. Every single one of them tasted different and every single one of them was inferior to the Black Label of just a few years ago.
DIAGEO is in trouble, scrambling around for whiskies to make its signature product and no doubt causing several blenders to be considering a job change.
There is a solution to this.

26th May 2021

Just horrible

It was still very good even a year ago... But current version is simply horrible, no smokey notes, harsh as Red, no taste.... Shame ... I don't think it is 12yo at all...
I stopped drinking it after 30+ years... Shame...

22nd April 2021

This is the one

The light came on when I tasted this for the first time. Even more so when I added water or ice. A beautifully smoky finish and pleasant flavour were further enhanced. I will still explore single malts but with Black Label I have found a home. Nothing the matter with a good blend.

18th April 2021

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