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Johnnie Walker Blue Label

(70cl, 40%)

Johnnie Walker Blue Label

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Johnnie Walker Blue Label Bottling Note

Johnnie Walker Blue Label is the rarest whisky from this world famous brand – only one in ten thousand casks makes the grade. Rich and slightly smoky, it's made up of some very old malt and grain Scotch whiskies.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fragrant with good body. Notes of oak, crisp spice, dried fruit, pastries. Berry fruits, aniseed, hints of cedar, a touch of spice and citrus.

Palate: Supple and balanced. Good toffee and hints of very wistful smoke. Chocolate, hints of grass and a good hit of malt.

Finish: Floral, oaky, good length, urged on by a plume of very well-kept, highland style smoke. Dried fruit, spice, honey.

Overall: One of the ultimate premium blends, Blue Label is a legend in its own right and will continue to be.

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Johnnie Walker Blue Label Reviews

Downhill racee

JW Blue Label always was a special treat. In recent years it tastes like the blend consists mainly of heavy Islay malts, way out of proportion. I rember the days when it was advertised as especially for Japan export with numbered bottles and all. Overpriced and apparently not exclusive anymore.

9th January 2021

Terrible

still can't understand the great value of this whisky, green label and 18 yr old or the inexpensive double black are much worthy contenders than this bizarre experiment, it reminds me to the awful highland park Einar.

8th December 2020

Easy-to-drink exceptional dram!

Really enjoying this supple and balance dram for the beginner of whisky lover. Enjoy the slightly smoky which is suitable for matching with oysters.

4th December 2020

Cracking whiskey

Very much enjoying the Blue label. Lovely on the nose, yet not overwhelming. Very smooth on the palate, and the finish is subtle (especially the smoke), but very long.

20th November 2020

Good choice for me

I really enjoyed it. Bought a sample first not knowing hubby bought a full size bottle for my birthday!
Fresh smelling, gentle on the tongue and slips smoothly down.
Yes a considered purchase, but well worth it in my opinion.

3rd November 2020

Over-hyped and over-priced.

Being such a big fan of the Green Label I grabbed a bottle of Blue at duty free for a slight discount. As someone else said I can best describe it as underwhelming. I know it’s a blend but it seems to lack an identity. And given the premium price tag it should scream ‘JW Blue Label!’when you drink it. Instead it’s just Ho-hum bland. It now sits in my cabinet like some sort of trophy for guests to ogle over, meanwhile little do they know I’m embarrassed that I paid so much for it.

22nd September 2020

great whisky

great whisky

16th September 2020

An Underwhelming Dram At Far Too High a Price

Although this is the flagship label from JW I think it's pretty underwhelming and certainly so at the price point. It has flavour yes, but just not enough and not long lasting enough. The thin mouthfeel just adds to the overall underwhelm. When you think you could be into a Glenfarclas 25 or something equally rich and meaty for the same money, these well aged single malts simply bury this drink in a heartbeat. No point getting into a blended whisky bellyache because we all know blends can be awesome, unfortunately, just not this one.

I sometimes wonder whether JW simply exists as a generation by generation gateway whisky, a doorway to far deeper and more enjoyable flavour and overall whisky drinking experience. It's not terrible by any means, just not much to write home about.

30th June 2020

Decent, but Horribly Over-Priced

I bought one of those miniature airplane bottles for about 20 bucks. The scotch was decent, slight smoke, bit of vanilla, bit of sweet malt. I drank it neat. But lets face it, it is only a blend. If it were priced in the range of Chivas Regal or JW Black, it would be fine. But 180 dollars US for a full-sized bottle is nuts. For that price, you can get a 21-yr-old single malt. Try a small bottle, just for the experience, but don't waste your money on a big bottle.

30th April 2020

Decent Whiskey, worth 40% its price

It's a decent whiskey. But franky, it doesn't even compare well to JW Green or JW 18 years old, that cost less than 40% of JW Blue.
It has a great nose, but it doesn't have a distinct finish and it isn't smooth. As the regular premium whiskey at virtually every bar, it has a lot of room to improve in future batches.

24th April 2020

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