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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

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

enjoyable.....for now

Tasting notes from the label which states:-
"A rich & robust blend of only single malts including Talisker, Linkwood, Cragganmore & Caol Ila"
This is from a 50ml miniature bottle bought tonight. I am learning to test whiskies when I can as there is so much garbage out there. Their wonderful, stalwart Black Label was changed- had the heart ripped out of it- then seemed to get it back by about 70%. Still worth buying. Just. Let's hope JW are listening. Who am I kidding? Their MBAs never think past the next quarterly report.

First impressions; nice nose. Quite assertive and quite complex.
I am now certain that there is a "mouthfeel consultant" at JW as this is something which they seem to have concentrated on in the last couple of years. This is often to disguise the lack of heart or quality in a blend as whisky-makers all over Scotland are told by CEOs to cut costs no matter how it affects the final product. "Don't worry. We've got a great Marketing department"
However, it is pleasant.
Taste. This is an upfront blend (for a vatted dram at this price). Lots of outside-of-the-teeth action, a decent level of oil. Sweet, but not overly so. A little dry. Some peat.
Overall, this is perfectly decent. It has its own taste. And it stays with you for longer than you might suspect. But then it drops of a cliff with nothing but a barley-sugar residue. Somebody with real talent has been given a brief I am certain they resent. It initially seems to be the real deal, but there has been some cost cutting. And not that much. I'd estimate that JW have saved themselves about 11% of their costs and reduced the quality of this whisky by 8%. Not bad.
If all you care about is your next bonus.
Right now, it is enjoyable. Worth buying.
God knows what it will taste like in a few years. I recommend stocking up.

15th August 2020

Great Drink

Im a JW drinker a friend since my eary 20's
Lately of all the JWs the green and the 18s are my lover drinks !

9th August 2020

Relax and go Green

When this was (very briefly) 25 quid at the shops I bought a bottle. In terms of overall quality and value it is probably my fave JW product. I’m too much of a stingebag to shell out 40 notes on a regular basis for it though.

22nd July 2020

Where's the brine and smoke gone

I last had a bottle of this in 2014 and the briney iodine from Talisker, cereal from Linkwood, refined mouthfeel from Cragganmore; and oily smoke from Caol Ila were all evident. It was sublime for a vatted malt. Got a bottle recently. A little let down tbh. Still an excellent vat at this price point but Where's the smoke and salty iodine brine gone? I was so excited to pull the Cork on this but now feel a bit let down. Still a great skilled blend just not the quirkiness of old.

16th July 2020

Not bad.

I drank this in a side by side with Wemyss's Hive and Balvenie's Carribean Cask (as reference). I can't agree with the above description, the nose is really quite thin and bland compared to the other two and the palate cheap and smoky and tastes like the blended scotches my parents used to buy. Not bad, but nothing special. Quite drinkable but there are far better for very little extra cost.

11th July 2020

The best!

This is the best Johnnie Walker! Better than blue, gold, black hands down. The nose, palate and finish is just amazing. Superb dram!

8th July 2020

4 stars fo its quality and 1/2 extra for it very fair price tag

JW Green is my favourite every day Scotch and I DEFINATELY prefer the new 2016 version over the old 2010 discontinued one my a mile, cause the new is sweeter and a bit more fruity and has a much more dominant dark chocolate taste on my palate.

You could get 4 bottles of these for the price of one standard bottle of JW Blue, what I've tried as well, but was deeply disappointed......especially for it's huge price tag.

19th May 2020


Maybe it was a nice malt in 2010, but not good now. Harsh, can't find the flavors.
Has some body, not really bad, but you can find much better ones for that price.

7th April 2020

A smooth and easy winter Scotch.

Delicious! A decidedly pleasant vatted malt with just the right amount of peat, rich coffee and malt flavors with a touch of chocolate and spice on the finish. Has always been a favorite among the Johnnie Walker whiskies.

4th March 2020

Dry start.. Sweet finish.. Nice

M of M kindly gifted me so one of this to try.
Well here goes, my first taste of JW Green blend and 15years of aging.
Nose. Rich, complex, a touch of burnt wood and some milky chocolate.
Palate. Fairly oaky dry but more chocolate.
Finish. Sweet and rich, with plenty spice.. Fairly long too.

Overall, not a bad dram at all and for the money a very nice find. I would consider buying a bottle in future.
Well done, considering its a blend.

15th January 2020

Outstanding at all levels,,

Great complex tasting whisky,,with an array of robust flavours,,, best of all the johnny walker ranges,,,much much better whisky than the Over RATED, blue label,,,,

5th January 2020

Great price, very good, finish could be better

Very nice for the price, intense nose and flavors, definitely worth a try. The only thing that disappoints me a bit is the rather short finish, especially compared to others in this price range, e.g. Dewar's 15 or 18.

31st December 2019

Just cracked one open

Spiced almond with hints of smoked carmel and toffee on the palate. Sweet mouth watering finish that lingers well after the final sip. This expression closes in on the obiquitous and indelible Blue label at a third of the price.

21st December 2019

Bottle to bottle its consistant

Smooth with not much peat and a nice smokey flavor. The finish is a bit bitter, but that is only the first sip. The second sip is perfect. I pour over some crushed ice and a bit of water. It is a wonderful balance for a scotch. The blend is always the same bottle to bottle. No variation.

19th November 2019


This is my favourite whisky. I, a novice, that thought that Single malt always meant superior got a perfect rebuff by this complex, deep and expertly put together blend. If it stays like this I could drink this to my dying day!

16th November 2019

Lovely stuff

Lovely stuff. Sweet,oily, complex and with a whif of pear smoke. Don’t be a single snob and give it a try.

15th October 2019

Wonderfully crafted vatted malt whisky.

The nose is rich with faint peat smoke and also bonfire smoke, some coffee and black chocolate notes as well. On the palate it is malty, with nutty nuances, very complex with bitter chocolate notes. The finish is long, sweet and spicy. This 15 years vatted malt whisky is supposed to gain a great deal of recognition to my belief as it does not contain any grain whiskies opposed to the company's other Label Whiskies.

25th September 2019

I would buy if I could find it

I love it but difficult to find. The old green was fantastic

20th September 2019

The perfect whisky on any occasion

Wonderful complex whisky, full of different flavours, thoroughly recommend

13th August 2019

Green label has a place on my shelf at home.

Smooth on the palate. Green is a nice scotch.

14th July 2019

Still great, but not as great as the old Green Label

I was soooo unhappy that Green Label was discontinued. Happy to see it return. However, the old Green Label was very robust and smoky flavor. Sorry to say the new Green Label is lighter, less smoky, and sweeter to the taste. I still have 2 bottles of the old Green, which I now cherish and will savor sparingly for as long as I can make them last. If this new Green is only a "limited release," I do hope they will bring back the original recipe - as Green Label is the best.

13th June 2019

Just get it

I really love this stuff. It is perfect and complex. It is sweet, fruity, smokey, and has that lovely coffee and dark chocolate on the finish. Be careful, this stuff is EASY to drink!

9th June 2019

in a word its Mojo.

sweet fruit lots of spice, mellow smoke oily with pepper on the finish. opens up with water to sherry and toffie.

26th May 2019

Try this. Superb

Submitted a review a couple of days ago. I came back to reiterate how good this whisky is. SO well balanced. Some dried fruit - sultanas on the nose, with that sweet, fruity pang of sherry trifle too. Nutty and syrupy too. On the palate it's a smorgasbord of fresh apple and pear, lots of esters, along with the smoke and nuts. Finish is Nice, very smooth. I'd rather pay another few guid for this than JB Black Label.

19th May 2019

Fantastic dram. Try it!

Love this. Great balance. If you've not tried a blend before then this should convince you of their worthiness.

17th May 2019

Buy and drink the best you can afford

It's funny, most really like it and some don't think it's worth it . It's a nice scotch to drink while watching a game. I can think of many better scotches to serve friends. You can't take money with you. Buy the best you can and what you like. You deserve it!
I recommend 21 yr old Littlemill if you can get it. Or a cheap bottle of a blend is okay too.

29th March 2019

Either bad new batch or a drop in quality

To echo the last reviewer, I will not be purchasing any more of Green Label. I've had at least 3 bottles within the last 2-3 years. My bottle of a recent batch with the new label is significantly poorer and harsher than previous bottles. Far less on the nose and palate, a real shame.

4th March 2019

Change of label, box, quality!

The box and the labels on the bottle are different, and I'll almost swear the quality of this JW Green has dropped! For me, the latest batch is less peated and sweeter than the previous batch. IMO It's got a lot less Talisker in it and probably less Caol Ila, it leaves a bitter aftertaste on the roof of my mouth and back of my throat that I do not like at all! I will not buy any more of this latest batch and search out any older stock! It simply is not worth it now!

5th January 2019

Best ever

The best whisky I've ever drank. It's about 36 euros and something in the supermarket, but better than any whisky under 50 euros, like Balvenie 12yo. You don't buy a 15yo pure malt elsewhere. It uses 4 single malts, and drinking it is like listening to Beethoven's string quartet.

18th December 2018

Quiet impressive blend

First of all, be aware that I am not a blend drinker and I have usually about 30 to 40 single Malt in my collection. Mostly peated islay whisky, my favorites are laphroaig and Lagavulin.
I like to try new stuff and I heard so many positive reviews on this Green Label... Well, I had to buy a bottle !
Men... This is really good. I mean, considering the price, it is almost perfect ! Very well balance, with a big and fresh honney taste, spicy on the aftertaste and so easy.
Me and my mates will have our yearly "whisky night" at Xmas holiday and I will provide this one for the blind test... I am quiet sure they will very, very surprised ! JW knows is job, that's for sure.

5th December 2018

Maybe it needs to breathe a bit?

Just opened up a bottle I got a gift and I feel like it’s got potential if some air gets in the bottle over time. I’m comparing this to my two other Johnnie bottles that I’m most familiar with, Gold and Black. My initial thoughts are that while it doesn’t have the smokiness of Johnnie Gold 18, it doesn’t drown into saltiness with water like Johnnie Gold 18 does. It seems to be a decent blend that doesn’t burn the tongue like Black does and also doesn’t have the somewhat oily taste that Black can have. It’s good but overall, I feel like just seems to come up short and is missing something. As my summary states, maybe it needs to breathe a bit over time.

20th October 2018

Solid. Johnnie Solid.

Distant smoke, creamy, sweet. I dont get bitter finish that some report, pretty delicate, no burn. Chocolate and coffee dominates but nothing extraordinary. Oak on milder side, definitelly, deeply soaked oak if you know what I mean. Pleasant, not aggressive, a classical music rather than a rock song.
Good solid sipper, good for special occasions, to share or to enjoy in privacy.

Not far from his younger brother 12 Black, but less bite.
Try to get it in 1l bottles in travel retail, I paid 40e for mine at EU airport. Steal.

29th September 2018

Beautiful Blend, Beautiful Price

This is my favourite blended scotch whisky by a long shot. It's easy to drown in the mentality that single malt whiskies are the only ones worth buying, but I challenge you purists to venture into the realm of blends by starting with this one ~ you're in for a pleasant surprise with its bold-yet-smooth posture. Through vatting, the four single malts marry really nicely, and they are each a flagship on their own. I'd much rather spend $150 on 3 on these bottles than on one bottle of blue lable.

3rd May 2018

My "house whisky"

My "house whisky"
Best value for money AND also in the top when it comes to absolute terms.
A Whisky with an age statement, all 15+ yr, all malt, no grain.
43% is the minimum I would accept for a Whisky - so its ok
I was lucky that during the time it was discontinued in EU,
it was still available in Taiwan - while I lived in China. So I never dried out...
Now that it is back it tastes for me a bit more intense in general
but with the same character I like so much

29th April 2018

Best of JW is Green Label!

A more single malt Scottish Whisky, light peaty, sweet and full, having its own personality with feelings kept in mind for endless time, affordable price, decent, and pretty:) JWGL Cheers!

24th March 2018

Best JW value.

This comes across much like a single malt. Layered and complex. Just enough smoke for my tastes and a nice balance of sweetness and spice. Best JW for the money. Will always keep a bottle in my cabinet. Why buy the Blue when you can get multiples of this for the same money?

21st March 2018

Johnnie Walker 15 Year

да, смесь сильно отличается от johnnie walker pure malt "vatet malt" так как давно привратилась в "blended malt" тут люди пытаются писать что придедусчея версия зелёной этикетки сильно отличается от это! Ну ладна мол Talisker много а Caol Ila мало качество в целом не то!? А как насчёт разных партий отвратительных ! в адной партии мне попалос только со вкусом Cragganmore!

В общем и вцелом отвратителная продукция джони кроме Blue Label!!!

17th March 2018

As others have said, Best JW option

Couldn't agree more with the review titled 'Green is Johnny Walker's Greatest Blend' from May 2017. I started with the Green line by chance while passing thru duty free, picked up Island Green. Simply amazing! I've been thru all the mainline JWs as well as the Blue Label. Blue is well overpriced. I prefer a single malt, budget allowing, but Island Green is their closest thing and best offering while Green Label remains a close second for me.

For those JW 'anti-blend haters', give the Green Labels a try. You may be surprised.

19th February 2018

Old Bottle, lacks in peat/smokiness both on palate and nose, twist-off cap made from plastic

I’ve recently bought a bottle of this one with the twist-off cap, batch 666769 – Date 08/12/16 – 04:02:06, it’s a very good whisky indeed but, it doesn’t have the peat/smokey note on the nose, I could only get a very weak almost fading salt and sea notes (certanly from Talisker), fruity and earthy/grass notes even on the palate. Maybe the recently batches were added more Caol Ila to the mix to reveal a more peat/smoke notes on the palate and on the nose.

My guess is that my bottle was from the old Taiwan’s exclusive batch before the revealing of it coming back to the global market, because the shape of the bottle is a bit different and doesn’t have a cork, only a twist-off cap maded from plastic.

Even from the old batches, it’s an awesome whisky, of course it lacks a bit of character and power from Caol Ila and Talisker but it's a very enjoyable, bit complex and very drinkable one, maybe if bottled at 46% ABV it would be even more richer and complex.

12th February 2018

Like a good friend, always there and always consistent

I didn't realize this was back in play until my girlfriend messaged me on a snowboarding trip askin if I'd tried it. I laughed and told it was discontinued and she told me she found one, albeit the newest bottling.
This stuff is amazing every time, amazing considering what you are getting in the blend and how much Talisker has changed as of recent years what a bonus.
Long story short I adore this Whisky and I adore my now fiánce! Cheers!

6th February 2018

Excellent smooth malt ........

This is a smooth very drinkable malt , that has taken the number one place on my sideboard presently.

7th January 2018


This is my 'house' scotch. Actually like it better then Blue. But when you're culling whiskey........

2nd January 2018

Now i love the Blue and Green lol

Drinking it now omggg is Soooo good and Soooo smooth too straight no ice!!! With this cold weather is just warming my whole body lol lol.... Cheers and HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE from Ft Hood TX 12-30-2017...

31st December 2017

Green Label

Other than Gold Label a beautiful whisky, like all Johnnie Walker Whisky the best.

23rd December 2017

excellent whisky

one of the smoothest whiskies i have tasted, a great price for a great whisky, i have tasted loads of whisky's over the years and after my brother gave me this for my birthday, i buy this for all my inlaws who like a dram, not one of them has refused another, smooth on the pallet, great citrus tang, and mellow afterglow, a great find, this will become very popular.

11th December 2017

Но, този не е...

Това не е великия малц, на който
Джим Мъри награди с огромните 95т.!?
На този, уви...само етикета му остана...

4th December 2017

JW 15 year Green Label

Absolutely stunning blend, but with quality notes. Received as gift but OMG this dram is outstsnding

19th November 2017

Best Johnnie Walker I’ve tasted

Not having tried the original Green Label blend I find this to be a smooth, balanced and rewarding dram. Better than both Black Labels to my taste. Great mouthfeel and the lovely smoke comes through with a sweet dryness. Finish, although short, inspires the desire for another sip.

19th November 2017

Good malt blend

A good malt blend with sweetness and smokiness and a great alternative to the more expensive single malts. To me, JWGL delivers plenty of bang for buck. With a few drops of water, this whisky has almost everything you need from a drink. Very enjoyable and i drink it when I want something special.

3rd November 2017

Excellent blend for the price

I love smoke and peat, and I wasn't deceived. You can definitely taste the highlands behind the Islay flavors, and it's great

21st October 2017

Great blended excellent value

Highland and Islay flavors are notable in a great blended with quality smoothness and complexity at an unbeatable price point. Well done!

8th October 2017

Try a wee dram yourself - you're welcome ;)

My fave perfect breakfast scotch ;)

20th September 2017

Nostalgia is not the same as it used to be.

The original Green Label was my wife's favourite Scotch. I loved it too for its smoothness, balance and complexity and we were very disappointed when it was discontinued a few years ago. Luckily, I'd kept about a third of a bottle of the old stuff and was able to compare it with the newer version. We actually bought six bottles at $80 each when it was re-released in Australia as the retailer told us that it was a limited release, and once it was gone it was gone. You can now find it easily for $60 or less. I still have five bottles left as the newer version is a touch harsher, quite sharp and peppery on the initial taste, and has a slightly bitter finish. It's great to see the original four malts still being used, but the blend is different to me. Adding a small amount of water helps, as does rolling it around in the mouth a little before swallowing. Will I sell the remaining four bottles or give them away as presents? Not likely, as it's still a good, if not great, whisky.

28th August 2017

Do not like the after taste

I absolutely do not like the after taste of the green label Black label is better to me out of all the Johnnie walker line I think the platinum is the best

8th August 2017


Not quite smoky (or peaty) it has a strong citrus / orange cake smell. IMO one of the best.

29th July 2017

A surprisingly decent vatted malt

My favorite of all the JW range that I have tried (those attainable without needing to take out a loan).

12th July 2017

Nice malt whisky

I never expected Johnnie Walker whisky to taste so nice maybe because I start with the wrong foot. My first taste of JW was the Red Label which I remember some 30 years was rather unpleasant. It has the oaky note that doesn't gel very well with the lightweight maltiness-at least it doesn't work for me. Being a vatted malt whisky, the Green Label has complex notes and a decent dose of smoke. Very enjoyable and it restored my faith in JW. I have also tasted the Black Label which sits between the Red and Green Label. I have not tried the Blue Label but my friends tell me not to bother given it's price. Green Label has become my "go-to" sipping whisky because I find most single malts are over priced. Don't get me wrong, they are tasty especially The Macallans and Bowmore but a tad too expensive to be your daily dram during wintry nights. I have a collection of single malts that I drink if I want something special. People tell me the Island Green is even better. I'll get some when I next travel.

3rd July 2017

Complex but doesn't quite work and with a bitter finish

When I opened the bottle, I was very excited, it smelt amazing. Sweet and smokey like a Black Label but more complex. The initial taste was very good, with fruity spice but the finish completely ruined it for me, there's a very unpleasant pepper aftertaste which is really bitter. Also, after a few sips I began to find the mix of flavours also a bit nauseating. Not as good as Black Label in my opinion but each to their own.

22nd June 2017

Walker's best

Forget the overpriced Blue Label; this is the jewel of the Johnnie Walker stable.

3rd June 2017

The best blended whisky

Pleasant nose, nay, exquisite nose. Complex palate, woody, a tad sweet.

3rd June 2017

Not same as 2010

I don't agree with the description above. Maybe it's not the same whisky it was at 2010. Specially at palate, it taste a bit spice, like pepper.

21st May 2017

Green is Johnny Walker's Greatest Blend

If anyone is traveling internationally, check out Johnnie Walker "Island" Green Label, a special duty-free release, which has a slightly different blend, mixing in a little bit more of the smokey Isla malts to give it an extra punch.

I bought a case of old Green Label prior to its discontinuation. It was temporarily discontinued world-wide, because the recipe was starting to noticeably change, as some ingredients were falling into short supply. Towards the end, it was a bit less smokey than the original recipe. After supplies were allowed to be replenished, Green Label was relaunched, returning to the original recipe in full measure.

Personally, I can sense very little difference between the old and the new. I always tell me friends that if you were to have a theoretical scale of 1-10 for smokiness, the last batch of old Green was maybe a 4, new Green is maybe a 5, and "Island" Green is about a 5.5. It's an interesting exercise to taste all three back to back.

I honestly think that this is the greatest blend of all time. Being what was previously called a "Vatted" malt, this is a blend of 100% single malts, and not a drop of the cheapo grain whisky. This Green Label should inspire people to be adventurous, and try mixing together 2 or 3 of their favorite single malts, which they think might go well together. Get a nice 350ml decanter, and fill it up with three or four single malts from different distilleries, and let them get to know each other for a few months, and then see what happens!

14th May 2017


For me this is decent, considering it is a blended whisky. Smooth with hint of wood and sweet notes. The finish is spicy and not as long as i like it to be. This is a good choice if blue label is too pricey. Dont think it should be a 95 pointer though.

2nd May 2017

Sweet and drinkable

Nothing spectacular, quite sweet. Good for beginners. Smooth finish.

1st May 2017

My favorite JW

I'm giving this whisky such a high rating because of its value. The age statement gives some intrinsic value and the price makes it incredible. I've had the blue a few times but I doubt I'll ever buy a bottle of it while the green 15 is as good as it is for nearly a quarter the price. Price aside, it has amazing flavor, especially for a blended. It's slightly delicate for a JW but it does not disappoint.

22nd April 2017

Not like it used to be

The new Green label tastes totally different to the previous version. Very disappointed.

11th April 2017

Best of the colours

Seriously the best of the JW coloured range. Not quite the amazing and flavourful beast that the Green of old was, but a welcome return of a favourite and still punching well above its price range.

Certainly an excellent vatted malt and with single malts becoming rarer and more expensive stands to become a standard house tipple for those who appreciate good whisky.

30th March 2017

A wise investment

I was a long-time fan of the JW Black... until I discovered Green. Fell in love at the first sip and it's been my go-to ever since. Still can't believe how cheap it is for the quality - nice to see it sweep the board at the INTERNATIONAL WHISKY COMPETITION 2016 awards! Sweet, and smoky complexity: I've got 6 tucked away in storage just in case they discontinue it again.

5th March 2017

Decent blended malt but not special

Many people rated the previous incarnation of JW Green in hallowed terms and some say that the new expression is inferior. I can only comment on this new version, which is a solid blended malt (an oft underrated category in my opinion) but hardly special.

There is a good dose of smoke on the nose and infused with the palate, presumably by virtue of the Talisker and Caol Ila influences. There is also a healthy whiff of sulphur - not the rank guff acquired from tainted sherry casks but the milder cordite influence that indicates less copper contact during the distillation process. Upon checking, yes, Cragganmore distillery uses the old-style wormtub condensers. I understand this results in a robust, full-bodied whisky with a honey-sweet edge and all those characteristics are certainly true of this expression. The finish has good length too. However the wood and spice are a bit of a bludgeon. At 15 years of age, I'd like a touch more maturity and subtlety.

23rd February 2017

Blended whiskies are like lite beers:

All the character is washed out to not disturb anyone, a trick learned from Coca-Cola. This whisky is no different and not worth the price. Stick to real single malts and drink slower.

(Come to think of it, this might be improved with a splash of Coca-Cola.)

4th January 2017


Best whiskey for such price. IMO green is better than the overpriced and overrated blue. Not a big fan of JW in general but this one is different and really unique. Tasted it first time in 2013, got myself the new version now. I think it even got better.
Amazing whiskey, recommended!

3rd January 2017

Green label

Solid dram for the price, doesn't touch most 15 year single malts but very enjoyable for the price and better than plenty 12 years in the same range, basically like a really smooth version of Talisker with a little extra

19th December 2016

Nice Blend

Brought a 1L back from Barcelona in the duty free for the same price as this 70cl bottle.
Bought it primarily due to the Talisker and Caol Ila parts. I'd never really drank Cragganmore and certainly never had Linkwood (knowingly) before.
I think I appreciate the Speysides more in this blend.
The former two provide that peaty/oaky whallop that I'd expect, but the Speysides provide a more floral, sweeter note,.
There is a definite chocolatey after taste, I couldn't really detect any walnut, but the coffee/espresso taste is quite prevalent.
All in a super smooth blend and one I'd definitely look for again.

9th November 2016

Tasted and remembered

First tasted while I was in Delhi in the year 2000 and instantly liked it, and tried it again and again and derived pleasure of it. Pleasant surprise it's again here.

27th September 2016

Blended Whisky Doesn't Come Much Better

tried it again and again and it always delivers on flavour and experience, remarkably complex for its price.

17th September 2016

Best of the JW line

At around $60 where I'm from, it's a bargain compared to the gold, and as far as I'm concerned it's every bit as good as the over-priced blue which runs around $185 in my area.
As a matter of fact I believe I'll invest in a dozen bottles this week incase they decide to stop making it again.

15th September 2016

Bang for the buck

Smooth, complex and mature and for this price you cant complain.

3rd August 2016

Very nice

This is a great 15 YO whisky for the money.
Based on reviews, I was expecting something a little bit unusual for JW, but not.
If you like Blue Label and Platinum, you should like this Green as well. It has the same flavor profile, but more intense. You get the same kind of sweetness as the Blue Label, but then instead of the soft peat flavor, comes a pepperiness kick reminding you that there is no grain whisky and it's 43%.

Great in my opinion. If you are a black label fan, you can't be sure about liking this. But if you, like me, only like the BL or Platinum, you will definitely like this Green. Especially useful to alternate between sherried single malts, depending on your mood.

26th July 2016

Nice but not what I expected

loved this it's a notch up from the gold label but I still preferred black label overall , a sharper more traditional taste I enjoyed a bottle over a week ,the only way I think to get an overall impression of the taste

2nd June 2016

Little old whisky drinker me

Is there a better whisky in the world for the price ?

1st June 2016

A really great Vatted Malt!

I want to make it simple, Johnnie Walker Green Label is one of the best vatted malt I ever had! And Master of Malt is for me one of the greatest Seller. I live in the US, but I am their client as well, they do a such great service and I am very happy with my last purchase of 3 Johnnie Walker Green Label bottles. Fast shipping and professional package, I encourage anyone to buy from them!

Alysson Osco

8th May 2016


Real Good...

7th May 2016

JW Green Label - A Rebith of Fine Spirits

Discovered this gem about four years ago after a long run of only single Malts. I only knew the Johnnie Walker brand with the Red & Black label, and of course, Big Blue. Johnnie Walker Green Label changed all that, and I have become a big Johnnie Walker fan. With double Black being my poor man's substitute for the vanishing Green Label over the past couple of years. Now that the Green is back on the shelf, hopefully not some sick joke, I'm back in the saddle with this fine tasty drink and very happy. Go Green

28th April 2016

Cornering the market in South Jersey

I have found a liquor stores that is selling this ridiculously low priced at $ 49.99 USD plus tax. I have 4 bottles hidden away and I pick up whenever they have them. Not going to say the store where I found them!

9th April 2016

I love it

The first time I sampled this grog was some years ago. I sat there smelling it for about 10 minutes before I even tasted it. That was the old pre 97 lot. I still think that was better than the current offering, though the new stuff in 70 cl bottles is still quite fine. I like it as well as most single malts, and better than any blend. I also approve of the 43% alcohol rather than 40%.

9th April 2016

Well worth a look . . . .

Always been a fan of the JW black (got me into whisky that one!) but tried this for the first time. Have to say I am impressed - the Talisker and Cragganmore really stand out for me. Very well-balanced and the nose is malty prunes, tobacco, coffee and a smoky/peaty tang. I could spend a good while nosing this one! Always a bit dubious of paying so much for a 'generic' blend but this is well worth it imo. Fine neat but a touch of water opens up the more floral notes and seems to bring out more of the smoke. Can't compare to older bottling but this is a fine whisky and more rewarding' than some single malts I've tried.

2nd April 2016

Pretty Green

Waited a while for this but it's now, wonderfully, available again. Typical JW smoothness - they are truly skilful blenders. Perfectly balanced between sweet, cereal malt, a spicy finish, and a lovely warming hint of smoke (I don't know the malts that are blended here, but I think I'm detecting Caol Ila in the mix). It's not as exciting or punchy as some other vatted malts, Spice Tree for example, but it's certainly of a superior quality than the perfectly drinkable Monkey Shoulder or Sheep Dip. JW, as always, feels and tastes professional, but not clinical...individuality on an industrial's quite a trick to pull, but they do it with style here.

29th March 2016

I've decided to go Green.

I've been a long time JW Black fan. I love the deep smoky flavor and it is usually available at most establishments. However....JW Green is unbelievable for a blended Scotch. Smooth, delicious, and a fantastic finish. I'm headed back to the store to buy up the rest of their stock. (Never can have too much). I've shelved my Balvenie for this blend. If you've never had it, buy it and enjoy, you will NOT be disappointed.

5th March 2016

My absolute favourite blended whisky

I was so sad when they stopped production a couple of years ago and have jealously protected my last 2 bottles.
As soon as I learned it was back on the market I ordered a couple more and will now be a happy man for many nights to come.

29th February 2016


Loved it. Lucky to get one. Really smooth.

7th January 2016

Really good stuff! Best blended I ever drink.

The best blended I drank. Really smooth with a sweet entry taste. Comparable with those much expensive single malt versions.
Wonderful stuff!
Can't believed that it is a blended.
The other really good stuff is Gold label from JW as well.

6th January 2016

Wally loves it so much... :-))

Magnificent drop, the Best of all Johnnies without any doubt. I was saving this bottle for Xmas and it is worth every minute waiting. Even when to get a bottle of this heavenly scotch is almost impossible now and quite expensive, go for it if you can. This drop has everything, spiciness, fruitiness, vanilla, peat... -you name it :-))
There is no grain taste like in other Walkers (Vatted mix) so you can really enjoy the full malty flavor.

25th December 2015

All Time Favorite

and I grab bottles whenever available. Wish it would come back into North America distribution.

21st December 2015

The best blended malt ever.

I don't like blended whiskeys, I prefer old single malts or bourbon firewaters. But this is something else. So smooth and subtle it works as a sipper or a whackback. If you like a potent peaty or smokey whisky you might find this a disappointing drink and you could feel cheated at nearly ninety quid for a bottle. But if you want to drink the most skilfully blended silky smooth whisky ever made, treat yourself to this.

13th December 2015


This is the best malt blend I ever tasted. Period.

3rd December 2015

Alberto Viloria

Lo Mejor de Johnnie Walker, lastima que ya esta descontinuado, Un Tesoro para quien tengas alguna botella celosamente guardada.

18th October 2015

best johnny walker

Best of the group. Gold label reserve is pretty good as well but cost much more. Was disappointed with the blue label and the platinum label. If I can't get green label I will stick with the red label which I find to be very interesting with a young spicy flavor and a hint of Peat and a great price. Do not care for the black label, some people may like the smoky flavor but I find it smoky to the point of almost charred. Johnny Walker, please please please bring back the green label for North America.

5th September 2015

Green with envy

I'd have to say that this is the nicest whisky I've ever tasted. I refer to the newer release, not the one in the photo above. It has a smoky taste and a hazy appearance when water and ice are added. I've recently had JW Platinum, Double Black and Glenlivet 12 year old and I much prefer the Green Label over any of these. I've now cleaned out 3 bottle shops in my town and if you've half a mind you'll get down and pick up whatever you can in this limited release.

6th August 2015


All i can say is WOW. tried a new version of this the re-release 2015 version. WOW WOW WOW! I just had a dram of glenlivet 18 before this, and I hate to admit it but i think the johnnie green is better in terms of flavour and delivery.

Nose is quite full, lots of sweet cereal notes. Palate is nice and creamy, super smooth and then moves to a dry medium slighty smoky finish.

I can say that the 2015 version is very sweet, like it is very sweet. It dosen't have much peat and smoke flavor, just a bit. It tastes like a really sweet speyside malt with lots of body and tad of smoke.

If you're feeling for a sweet, full flavoured, rich dram this is for you. good stuff!

28th July 2015

Mr Matthew Smith

I feel that Johnnie walker green is one of the best whiskies ever produced it has a lovely smooth taste and a great rich aroma it is best served on its own for maximum flavour and worth every penny of the price.

27th July 2015

Wonderful Rich 2015 Edition

I'm giving this a rating of 10 stars as there is no 9.5 rating and it really does deserve it.

This edition is just terrific, I picked up a bottle and drank from it two nights in a row... went back to get more and they had sold out on the day I bought it apparently. Now where do I get more?

It's really great on the nose, the flavor develops with just wonderful balance and everything you could expect from a whisky. And it is so much cheaper than what I normally drink. When I pick it up I thought what's the harm it's only a bottle of Johnnie Walker, but it's so much more, how is something like this in a Johnnie Walker line up?

As to the guy that prefers black label, which is just average, staggers me. This is no ordinary whisky and I love tasting whisky.

4th July 2015


I try but the Black Label taste better than the Green Label

30th June 2015

found the old one in a small liquor store in my city

I live in Florida and never tried the original Green label I got into drinking scotch after got discontinued. I was happy to see it coming back into U.S market this year in 2015. It's readily available in many places for around $60 but it's the new version and I'm enjoying it very much also stock piling for future you never know. Well back to my main point after almost giving up on finding the original pre 2011 version even searching internet and international pages, to my surprise there was one bottle left in a back storage overlooked in my local liquor store. I was so excited I bought it right away:) for a normal price. crappy thing is now I have to wait for a special occasion to taste it:)cheers

21st June 2015


Many years ago found the Green- superb- sad at its ending- FOUND it again- just sampled the new release- back came all of the great feelings of sipping a wonderful single blended malt!! I hope it continues.

16th June 2015

re release

according to official JW facebook page they are going to re release the green label throughout Australian selected retail shops in the next 2-3 coming weeks

21st May 2015


I'm a single malt guy personally, but I'm aware enough to know that I needed to find this stuff. After looking around it was nowhere to be found until i stumbled upon 6 bottles at a local liquor warehouse store. I bought 2 bottles for $46 a piece which i think is a steal.
It's very good scotch and I'm quite impressed with the full flavor and smoothness. I think I'm going to go back and buy one or two more as an investment because I don't see it listed on the JW website with their other labels, so I believe it is discontinued and may be worth something in the future. Also it doesn't hurt to have something this tasty lying around for desperate times.

20th May 2015

I still love the green

I recently found 4 bottles in Vientiane, Lao and snatched them all up, at a price about the same as black would cost here in Thailand. It seems not as fragrant as I recall from 5 years ago (perhaps my nose has decayed?), yet it still rolls on my tongue like velvet tadpoles...

19th May 2015

agree with comment about the new JW Green

I'm with you and your comments about is being a little different from the original Green I like so much...tastes a lot like Black Label, although I think the Double Black is as good,if not better than the new release of Jonnie Walker Green; I found this at Costco. Probably won't buy it again and just go for the Double Black for blended scotch. My preference is for a single malt!

5th April 2015

what do you think of the new GL? not what I remembered.

yes i saw a few people are finding it in Taiwan. Apparently they have a small operation still producing the original for Taiwan only.
They just released it again for internationally though in the new bottle. I got a bottle and tried it. I'm not sure what to think though I have the feeling it is a new blend because I remember Looooooving this scotch before it was discontinued and now... meh it's fine, but I was missing that old warm balance and complexity that i remembered. Maybe my palet has changed but it tasted a lot more like the red and black labels to me so I'll probably go back to my Ballentines 18 year for the same price, which is what i switched to when they discontinued... after a little cry.

anyone else feel the same way or am i way off?

27th March 2015

Still selling in the US

I also found a bottle (they had three) in my local store. I picked one up. And yes the bottle does seem to be different from the original. It's basically the same bottle and label as the black just with a different top.

5th March 2015

New US Bottle Design

I was surprised to find 6 new bottles at my local store. The bottle was of a different shape and label slightly different that what i am used to. Is Diageo re-releasing it in the US market?

21st February 2015

just found one in downtown Saigon!

I just found one in downtown Saigon. I know it is legit as I have been buying my scotches from this man for years. He sold it at the original price of approximately $30USD. Very excited to keep this tucked away. I have had it before and honestly prefer BLACK LABEL above all others. My rating is based on prior experience.

7th February 2015

Not bad

I am used to single malts so I was surprised to see this whilst on holiday in taiwan. $10US and it sells for $400 on ebay in Australia..... It's a lovely sweet complex drink though. Will take some home.

8th January 2015

I have one

i got this one Johnnie walker pure malt, Extra Special pure highland malt whisky from kilmarnock, scotland. i don't need it if you want you can buy it.

18th December 2014

hope to buy one

there is still lots of GL in Taiwan just like the abc whisky in TW

13th November 2014

Found a few

Found 4 on a dusty shelf, opened one. Enjoyable but prefer double black myself.
Will save the others to the collection.

4th November 2014

Us still has it

my local abc store has upwards of 10 bottals and so do many other stores im my area

5th October 2014


Over the last few months a online supplier in NZ has been sending pallets of the stuff to high end residents of Australia, paying upwards nearly double the price. Today I managed to import myself a case of now this rare scotch I've seen it on Ebay of $499 and upwards per bottle. And ppl are saying it's a very good investment

10th August 2014

Found a bottle - started collection.

Holiday at the Black sea in small town, Pomorie - and there it was, JW GL dusty box but in perfect condition. Bought it and two Makers Mark at a total of US 110 :O)

8th August 2014

excellent investment opportunity

never tasted it - but since its discontinued i thought it would be an excellent investment opportunity. 6 months ago it sold for zar 600 and now sells for zar1800 each in south africa. lets see what happens in 5/10 yrs :)

15th July 2014

Found a bottle!

Recently got into scotch whisky and somehow was able to find one bottle at a local liquor store. Unfortunately there was only one so I will probably not be sampling it unless I can find another.

2nd July 2014

Sorry to see it go.... As I drink it as if it were to stay forever

Well, I have a few bottles, and love drinking a bit each night, and will be sorry when I can no longer purchases any... At least there is JW Swing, not the same, but I like it too.

13th June 2014

Bought some yesterday...

Bought a bottle yesterday for £32. Is this still being produced? I'm thinking it is, in reduced quantities...?

10th June 2014

Drinking it right now

As a single malt fan I needed convincing. It's good. I bought six bottles. Only £35 here in London.

23rd May 2014

still in stock in Greenland

Just found 20 bottles in the duty free shop in the small airport Kangerlussuaq in Greenland, if any of you should get through there. 70$ for a 1ltr bottle.

8th May 2014

Large stock of green label

I live in the South American country which is the largest importer of Scotch whisky per capita in the world. In downtown ciudad del este today just one of the many stores that stock Johnnie Walker had 75 bottles of green. They are $75 a piece mind you.

6th May 2014

Green Label exploitation

I reside in Taiwan and its abundant at every store which sells alcohol at a price roughly abouve 30$US.....

EXPLINATION for the discontinued and why its still located here:

Taiwan is the 6th largest scotch whiskey consuming country in the world, despite its extremely small size. The Green label is still widely available here for two reasons: 1-Whiskey and Cognac companies, market the premium brands of their lines, making the higher priced products here (as an example, Hennessy VSOP is the standard, VS literally cant be found anywhere in this country, the lowest quality is Black, and that actually costs more than VSOP - I've looked and had to have regular VS imported). As a result of this branding, Green label isn't viewed as a premium brand, thus, it hasn't been marketed very well (it can be found at every 7/11), Welcome, Family Mart and Carrefour....EVERYONE OF THEM.
Reason number 2: discontinuation of the Green label was phased in, it wasn't discontinued here when it was initially discontinued in the US, thus, there is still a significant surplus......

Green Label, just as the original Gold Label have years stated on them (15 and 18 accordingly). As the demand of JW whiskey has risen and the company didn't anticipate this demand long ago, there is a shortage of the contents to create these blends. As a strategic move, the company is releasing lower quality whiskey (Gold Label RESERVE - no year on the bottle), maintaining the same price as the original....while its creating new brands at higher prices (Platinum) which maintain the same year as its predecessors at a much higher cost.....

Recognizing the fact that both the original GOLD label (not reserve) and Green Label, don't exist in America and will wont be here over the course of the next few years as well, have started to seek avenues to export to the US (however, right now I am hitting road blocks, and have a feeling that I will have to result to transporting them in my luggage during return trips).....

23rd April 2014

Found some at Wal-Mart

I should add that the buyer had not heard that Green Label had been discontinued, and said she thought her supplier would have more soon since I bought them out. I left my name and number, and told her I would return to buy whatever she could get if she would hold it for me. On the way out of town, I checked two other large liquor stores, and neither even had a facing for Green Label.

22nd April 2014

Found some at Wal-Mart

Everywhere I go, I look for Green Label, which has always been difficult to find. Yesterday, in the back of the liquor section of a Wal-Mart, I found five bottles of Johnnie Walker Green Label for $59 per bottle, and bought them all.

22nd April 2014

Must have found the very very last two bottles of JW GREEN LABLE

Not a regular of blended whiskey,but have been inspired by the comments
made.Will save them both for a special day.

9th April 2014

Green Label hummmmm!!!

I got 4 bottle on March 4th, 2014 when heard that it was discontinued. This is by far the best JW label.

9th April 2014

How was Green never marketed more than the others for being the best.

It is a true shame this bottle is going away. I wish I had discovered it long ago. As it were, nobody ever carried the Green label let alone even knew about it. Yet when I finally ordered a bottle through my local store, I found a bottle I could enjoy regularly. Unfortunately that first bottle was all I got before finding out it was discontinued. Luckily I found a case and snatched it up recently. Still, I believe Green would have done so much better if it were given as much press as the others (especially Gold). The best in my opinion.

31st March 2014

From a Newbie's point of view

Was able to find a couple bottles here in the Philippines. Being a remote country, not many people know about Green Label, and store owners don't realize it's discontinued. They also don't price it as high as those who know that it's no longer produced so I grabbed the opportunity. Must say, as a newbie to scotch whisky, I see patterns about a whisky with a lot of hype that always gets shot down by critics; not here, all the reviews I see are positive, meaning it must be that good. I don't know if it's just the power of suggestion, but i tried it (with my limited palate) and I loved it. Will be stocking up on this.

7th March 2014

Found a bottle for £22 - not telling where

Haven't tried this for a long time but worth every penny. I usually stick to a variety of Malts especially Islay but stray to a quality blend occasionally This qualifies as quality

16th January 2014

Abundant in Taiwan, hard to find elsewhere

I was on a business trip to Taiwan and saw the Green Label commonly available in convenient stores and groceries like Carrefour, bought a small sample bottle of 200ml to try out.
Being a single malt lover (and over on the peaty side) I was surprised by it's aroma and richness, especially long aftertaste. I almost couldn't believe it's a Johnny Walker (no offence by the way)
But the best part about this Scotch is its price, one of the best value out there!

13th January 2014

Found two bottles!!!!

I found two bottles in my local Tesco recently ( 28th Dec 2013) very dusty boxes but I bought both for £30 each!!! one to enjoy and one to put into my collection.

13th January 2014

Best value from Johnnie Walker

I love a nice Blue, but this is almost as good at a terrific price. I much prefer this over the Gold. Highly recommended, and friends who aren't yet ready for a single malt take to Green straight away.

25th September 2013

A great whisky

I love this stuff - late at night, wife gone to bed and just the cat for company. Glad to see there are so many other fans of this great whisky. A friend prefers double black, which I also like a lot, but this has the edge I think.

12th September 2013

So missing

Certainly the best JW, and one of the best whiskeys on malt with very good price. I always miss you green, you were great!

21st August 2013

Good vatted malt.

Good drop, smooth jw style but more complex taste. Very good stuff, perhaps the best of the jw range, gold, platinum ans blue also good and black is a standard for a cost effective blend. Shame it's been discontinued, still some bottles out there asda Milton Keyes where I most recently found it 32 quid 7 bottles left so I have 3 of those as not sure how long it will be around for.

Good drinkable scotch smoother than a lot of single malts at this price point and very drinkable.

Only negative is slightly too sweet so me at a time is enough but good start to go onto a more complicated drop to finish off a night.

12th July 2013

Also not for me

Picked up a bottle as the marketing states this will no longer be made and that this was a vatted whiskey from distillerys of single malts that I do like. I'm hoping that as it sits, it improves. The nose is the only thing going for it. The taste is "meh", but, the finish is faintly skunky. Very disappointed by the hype/reviews. May be the only & last blend that I try

3rd July 2013


For a vatted (pure) malt, not a blend, this whisky is just great full stop.
Imho not to be compared to either the 4 main whiskies in this Green Label vatting or the best of the malts which are out there.
Will be missed dearly, I'm lucky to have some bottles though:-)

26th June 2013

Still around

Got a bottle yesterday. Excellent

5th June 2013

smooth but not for me

I found this to be technically wonderful, a great aroma and complex taste and finish, but for some reason it just makes me sick, its got a nauseating blend of flavors that just dont seem like they were ever meant to meet. I seem to be in the minority here, but its not fantastic.

19th April 2013

Fallen by the wayside.

Why they would want to discontinue such a great whisky, I 'll never understand. But I bought the last eight bottles my store had in stock!

14th April 2013




11th April 2013

Cracking Blend

Just tried this whiskey for the first time, I love the sweetness and spice! Very easy to drink. Stocked up with a few bottles before it becomes hard to find.

6th March 2013

I'm gonna miss this Johnnyyy

One of THE BEST PURE MALTS has been discontinued...a big loss for all Malt Maniacs:(((

1st March 2013

Not JW fan

But this one is good

28th February 2013

simply the BEST

BEST JW ever

27th February 2013

karl dunne.

It is,okay...I prefer the double black for that extra smokeyness...or the Platinum..for just a higher quality...cheers,

24th February 2013

Absolutely the best JW

While I love all the blends some more than others, Green Label is by far the best of them all, even Blue label. Specially for the price you cannot beat how great this tastes with just a couple ice cubes. Rough at first but after a few minutes of the ice melting becomes very smooth and satisfying.

21st January 2013

A great Scotch

This is the kind of Scotch you MUST have with a good cigar. But if you're not a smoker, it's still a great Scotch but with the two together, the taste and felling is amazing.

13th January 2013

hard to find

good but could be better

17th December 2012


Just found green label in my local supermarket £30 happy days. Jw changing bottle colour to green so will see it again soon...

14th December 2012

Jameson as alternative?

same price range and same points ... what do you think?

11th December 2012

Is this true ...discontinued??

I love JW and this is a stand alone from the others ..truely a great blend even better than the gold in my opinion...I'll have to stock up if true!!

8th November 2012


any suggestions since this is gonna be discontinued....

29th October 2012

A perfect Scotch

There may be others you find more interesting. There may be times you need a peat or smoke fix, or want something really light, but nothing out there is as complete and balanced as this.

16th October 2012

Goodbye old friend

What a great blend this is. what a great great whiskey.

23rd August 2012

So sad

so sad that this great dram is being discontinued!

8th January 2012

Great Vatted Malt

It is really complex, multidimensional. Nose is fresh, with fruity smoke, tropical oak and sweetness. Awsome palate, round with a mix of tropical tree notes with apricot.
Delicious finish, perfectly ending this nice blend show.

14th September 2010


A brilliant blend of malts from the people who, undisputedly, for generations, have crafted excellent whiskies. Unique in taste, rich in flavour, a pleasing all round palate, great balance of peat, sweetness, oakiness and an exceptional finish. A favourite and highly recommended whisky.

28th June 2010

James K

my favourite Johnnie...

7th April 2010

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