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Red Label is a classic blended whisky, first created in 1909. This blend from Johnnie Walker was rated 87.5 points, which shows this is great value for money.
The nose is quite pungent and full. There are notes of heather roots, cut herbs, a touch of fresh fruits and honey. The palate is quite full and rich. There are notes of malted barley and potpourri, a touch of winter spice and fruitcake. The finish is quite long and pungent, there is a good smoke note with a touch of oak.
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The worst whisky I've ever had, horrendous stuff.I'm guessing these peaty whiskies are an acquired taste. Definitely not for me.
18th April 2017
A product of it's own marketing - an inferior blend best served with a very generous dash of ginger beer, and preferably to someone else. For the money go with a nice Ben Riach or Glen Dronnach or even an adelphi blend. All are a much more enjoyable dram for a very small increase in price
30th March 2017
Whoever rated this whisky 87.5 points is someone whoose taste I would use as a reference for the opposite of mine. This is young, raw and awful stuff imo, I wouldn't drink whisky at all if this was the only whisky around. But at the same time an example of the sheer power of marketing. Excellent brand, awful product.
2nd January 2016
I can't believe no one else has reviewed this here! It is not a good single malt, it is not a good, say 12 year old blend; what it is, is a reliable "everyday" blend with wonderful gin-like, junipery notes on the nose (and even some on the palate, strangely enough) and with some length to the finish, which is all about smoke, chocolate and red apple.
27th November 2014