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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.

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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

Would recommend this whiskey to anybody,

Outstanding blended whiskey, at every level, the best of the johnny walker range, totally agree with the master of malts, description, a world class whiskey,john Martin Sydney Australia 🌏

13th September 2021

Go for the green

Really good blended scotch.

13th September 2021

A 'Vatted Malt" blend, of single malts!

JW Green IS a blend, but it is a blend of single malts. It is what we old guys called a 'Vatted Malt', meaning a blend of single malts. Even J W Blue is a blend because, although there are more expensive and older single malts in the Blue, there is also single grain spirits. Not so for the J W Green. I love the J W Blue, but for the price of many so so single malts, the Green hits the sweet spot for value in my opinion.

21st March 2021


salty finish

26th February 2021


I have to say this is a good blend ... I don't like too much smoke but this just about gets it right. If I'm honest I prefer a few of the single malts around this price range but I enjoyed this and was in no way disappointed.

18th February 2021

It fits my lifestyle of being retired and enjoying life

I've tried Red, Gold, Black, Double Black & Blue. I keep coming back to Green. The main reason is the blend is well balanced. Not too anything. Not too smokey, too earthy, too much bite, and not too smooth either. It's my "Baby Bear" of aged Scotch Whiskeys!

11th February 2021

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

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