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Johnnie Walker Green Label 15 Year Old

(70cl, 43%)

Johnnie Walker Green Label 15 Year Old

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Johnnie Walker Green Bottling Note

One of those harder-to-find whiskies, Johnnie Walker Green Label is a 15 year old blended malt which was awarded an impressing 95 points in Jim Murray's 2010 Whisky Bible.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

The nose is quite rich and full. There are notes of mocchaccino and espresso coffee, wood smoke and a fireplace, a touch of bitter chocolate and oak. The palate is of medium-body with notes of crisp cereals, coffee beans and chocolate, a date note with a touch of walnut. The finish is quite long and spicy with honeyed sweetness and oak.

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Johnnie Walker Green Label 15 Year Old Reviews

Very good

For the price it is an honest and fair drink, very drinkable. Definitely would buy it again.

31st December 2020

A nice blended malt

At it's price point, one of the better blended malts at 43%. If it were 46%? That would be interesting.

18th December 2020

Unchallenging but quality dram

A whiskey that welcomes allcomers. Unchallenging with little finish but this is a quality dram to be poured and enjoyed. Couple of ice cubes, you really cant go wrong at this price point. Lovely bottle as well.

12th December 2020

Johnnie Walker Green...if you like whiskey, maybe you'll like it. I thought it sucked

First time tried it last night...guess my palette must be different than others cause other than the not burning to bad going down the throat, it really wasn't all that I'd hoped for. These notes that people keep talking about, yeah I could smell the peat earthy smell but that's really about it. It just doesn't taste that great, guess I'm not a whiskey drinker. Oh and look, I'm out sixty bucks to boot...maybe it'll be good for cooking.

25th November 2020

Are your taste buds "blue collar?" Stick with the red or black.

I'm a regular JW Black fan, and just decided to "go for it" one night and buy Green. Look, I'm not the demo. I like bud light. I hate bourbon.
This stuff is good, and smooth. Prob better with ice, even.
However, it is a bit sweet. You can taste the bit of honey taste.
I'm sorry: I can't drink sweet. I will go back to JW Black (sometimes Red.) I'm lucky: I have pedestrian taste buds. It's easier on the wallet. (I tried business class flying once. Never again. If I want to splurge, premium economy. I tried an expensive car once. Never again. You see where this is going...)

21st November 2020


Really smooth. One of the best blended scotches. The best of the jw range without a doubt at the price. If you can afford to spend a few more $ buy this instead of the black label, it is far superior. I pour a glass and ad just a drop or two of water.

3rd October 2020

Best JW blend in its price range

I got a bottle circa 2015 from someone in the internet, probable a garage sale. All four malts are clearly discernible. Now, if you expect a peat bomb or shockwaves of smoke, wrong place. This is still a blend in all the house style and glory, but leaning towards the complexity of Skye and Islay, and less of that clogging sweetness that drowns the 18. That said, this is very good stuff. Layered, balanced and excellent for its price point, at least in my market where there's not a whole lot of options.

1st October 2020


Very nice test,I like very much

30th September 2020



24th September 2020

This is simply scotch whiskey done right

JW green is something I had some years back and honestly dont recall why i havnt picked it up in a long time. I suppose its because black is my go to scotch and lets face it, it always comes back to to black. It just works for any occasion and mood.
That being said i recently picked up Green again and after sipping said/asked myself,...why havnt I maintained this stock in my cabinet?
Its just simply pout.....Scotch Whiskey done really well.
For me....this is the one to slowly sip and savor. Perhaps with a good cigar while with a backdrop of Sinatra or Dino's vocals to join the mood. Without the price point of Blue and yet in my opinion with every bit of worthiness. More after taste than Blue but thats what in my opinion makes it one to savor because the finish is ....welll...what a good Scotch Whiskey should be.

Unfortunately as others may have mentioned its not so easy to find and its price point (while imo much more worthy than Blue) is still significantly more than black.

Sometimes I wonder if its so hard to come by then how do they still produce and sell it? But i hope they always do and will. We can always ask our local retailer to order it for us and obtain it that way. My recent find was in a store where I was buying other things and saw it on the shelf and also on sale. Im going back just to get a couple more at the price :)

Anyway this is imo probably the best of the bunch from the brand. Not something I can always replenish like the for always cant ever go wrong Black, but for the special occasions and moods Green has that special place. And Im always going to be certain I have some in my cabinet.

4th September 2020

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