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Johnnie Walker 18 Year Old

(70cl, 40%)

Johnnie Walker 18 Year Old
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Johnnie Walker 18yo Bottling Note

Johnnie Walker 18 Year Old (or "Aged 18 Years") is a terrific blended Scotch whisky from the world-famous range, which features a combination of up to 18 different whiskies, including the likes of Cardhu, Glen Elgin, Auchroisk and Blair Athol, among others. Carefully created by master blender Jim Beveridge, this expression packs bags of creamy vanilla, vibrant fruit and runny honey, alongside soft wisps of smoke. Back in the days of yore and yonder, this was known as Johnnie Walker Platinum Label.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Honeyed cereals, Cadbury's Fruit and Nut, distant bonfire smoke, clementine and spring blossom.

Palate: Peanut brittle, candied peels, plump sultana, a whisper of floral malt gives it an aromatic mid-palate, before giving way to a whisper of dry, earthy smoke.

Finish: Another wave of honey, with a soft hint of cinnamon spiciness.

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Johnnie Walker 18 Year Old Reviews

Good blended whisky

First Johnnie Walker dram for me. Not bad for blended whisky. I got this around US$50. Guess good value for money especially since this is 18 yo whisky. This JW Ultimate 18 will be my daily drink before going to bed except for weekend. Yamazaki 12 or Hibiki MS or Hakushu 12 are still my weekend choice :)

4th January 2022

A Fine Balanced Mojo.

Honey faint smoke not much, fruit candy nutty and decent spice and linger of dryness.

19th December 2021

Just a nice way to end the day.

Just such a nice Whiskey for the price you pay. You can taste the wood of the barrel. Agree with someone who wrote that it is not short from Blue Label that costs two and a half times the price.

26th April 2021

Nice Blend for Special Occasions

This is my favorite end of night drink. A bit steep priced for weekly dram, but flavors are there for me. Living in Florida, I prefer my blends cold. If you like your blends on ice Johnny Walker is dependable.

14th March 2021

Very Meh, the same money spent on a single malt is much better

If you love JW, then crack on. You know what you're doing.
Blend-lovers, it's nothing massively special but you will always get bonus points from anyone you serve this to unless they're a single malt person.
Single malt lovers who are blend-curious - move on. Seriously. It isn't worth it. Get Glenlivet or something.

7th February 2021


Start home delivery of this ultimate scotch in India and every city of India. Love from Prayagraj India.

29th July 2020

Meh. Not that good, but if its on sale if you're curious!

This whisky seems to be a popular choice for people just starting out and wanting to try the more expensive stuff as well as cheaper whiskies, but are too intimidated to strike out into the single malts and so on. It certainly has good looks just as a bottle on the shelf!
I have had some stonking whiskies for £70, this was frankly just not very nice!
Then again, I seem to be exclusively a single malts type of whisky nerd. Friends of mine who like JW and blends seem to like it, but they have agreed that it isn't worth the price. Maybe if its on sale and you are dying to try it then sure.
My advice? Skip it. Get a similar age of Glenlivet or better yet, get Balvenie Week of Peat. Or to impress your buddies, Glen Scotia Victoriana. Gentle, smokey, and so yummy.

27th July 2020

Very smooth but price is too high

The palate of this blend is not that much revealing if you compare it to its price and age but i must say finishing is very amazing and will get dark chocolate and toffee flavours😋
At the first you won't get its tasting notes
You have to take atleast 3-4 to reveal its flavours

25th June 2020


This grows on you. Initially when I first tried this whisky I did not enjoy, however, it has grown on me and I would not hesitate to recommend.

21st June 2020

More or less Cardhu 12 Yrs

My bottle tastes like Cardhu 12 years old.
Thus very little complexity, tastes like a very average Scotch.
May be JW Black would be better.

The lot code is L0008DN002

Bought in a large reputable online whisky store.

4th April 2020

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