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Johnnie Walker Island Green

(100cl, 43%)

Johnnie Walker Island Green

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Johnnie Walker Island Bottling Note

Originally released for the Travel Retail Market, Johnnie Walker's Island Green blended malt is a variation on their popular (and recently relaunched) Green Label, made with a hearty helping of smoky Islay whisky at its core. Also, the name reminds us of Weezer's song 'Island in the Sun' from their Green album.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fruity coffee with a whiff of earthy smoke. Subtle caramel hints later on.

Palate: Grilled apricot and date, drying spices, milk chocolate.

Finish: Burnt oak, raisins and red apples.

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Johnnie Walker Island Green Reviews

A nice one

It should be a little more than 50 euros at an european airport. The price level is similar to the green label. I cannot say that this one tastes better but it is at least as good as the green label.

28th April 2019

Rich and smokey. Much better than the newest version of Green Label

An amazingly good blend.
As Smokey as double black but a much richer taste.
Not too dissimilar from The Dalmore 12yo which for a blend is no bad thing.
I'm on my 4th bottle of Island Green now.
About £42 per litre in duty free.

14th November 2018

Island Green is da bomb!

It’s only blend that I have ever embraced. Laphroaig is my distillery of choice, but lately I’ve only been able to afford Laphroaig 10 year and Quarter Barrell at the Duty Free Shops when returning from Ontario. The last few times only the exotic varieties were available ( the 10 year and Quarter Barrell) were sold out; I saw that Island Green was available, so I gave it a try. The bold smoke and sea characteristics won me over immediately. If it weren’t for bold Islas, I doubt that Scotch would be my spirit of choice. This week, we mistakenly ordered “Green Lable” on line, thinking it as the “Island Green.” We’re mildly disappointed. While the “Green” is pleasant it lacks the bold character of the Isla blend. I would love to see this more widely available. Island Green caused me to reconsider Johnnie Walker and blended Scotch. Better availability of Island Green will ensure my continued patronage. I’m pretty sure that this is my last order of Green Lable.

14th November 2018

Would not buy again!

Not very good!!! I won’t buy again!!

25th October 2018

Good smoky blend

Earthy smoke, grilled apricot and date, yes... and the sweetness of milk chocolate and caramel. Then burnt oak, spicy bitterness, red apples.

I don't love it, but I like it.

7th September 2018

Not good

Tastes like chloreseptic spray. Very disappointed thought I was buying something similar to Green Label.

25th August 2018

Very good Blended Malt - mind you its not that peaty

A nice expression of Green Lable, said to be more Island style - peaty. Well, its not that peaty and it’s pity. Its just another expression, a nice expressions but a wee bit pricey for a No age statement blended malt (the green lable is 15 y.o !)

7th May 2018

Brings you back to the Island

Smooth fruity relaxing
Bought first in April 2017 Mauritius
Bought 2nd April 2018 on Sinfonia
Whiskeys an investment
Cheers to the Blender

13th April 2018

Wish you still made it.

Bought it on board a cruise line when I was in the Caribbean. Johnny Walker island green has become my favorite blended scotch, and I cannot find it anywhere…Wish you still made it.

30th March 2018


This is the sort of thing JW do extremely well - professional and expertly blended whiskies, tasteful and selling in the mega-thousands. That’s quite a trick to pull on this kind of inflated scale. This is sublime - a wonderful reminder of some personal favourites, with maritime, smoky, earthy flavours and rather exotic fruity finish. The nose alone is Northern winter seashore after a storm while eating fruit pastilles. Typically JW; stylish and classy, quality unfinished by massive quantities.

3rd February 2018

Nice taste

Good tasting nice finish

13th January 2018

Only eluded to something greater

I don't pick up any depth past the smoky , peat and iodine. I felt I wanted it to be better, I was hopeful , but didn't deliver, the palate only alluded to something greater.

27th December 2017

I'm working towards blue label for him after buying a nice decanter and crystal glasses.

Got a bottle at Madeira Airport for around £40 for my Dad. Nice packaging and slightly heavier base to the bottle is a different touch setting it apart.
Dad is more than happy and likes savouring the taste of the blend. He gave it the thumbs up and enjoys a wee dram in the evening.

6th November 2017

Good... but I was hoping for more.

Look, the JW Green is a go-to for me, and I love a peated whiskey (Caol Ila, Kilchoman, Longrow, Laphroaig), so I had expectations that were commensurate with my love of The Green. This whisky, while good, wasn't of the same calibre as the Green. It's nice as a counterpoint to The Green, and it's a well-made whisky. But it has a significantly-different blend, and the presentation isn't as well-balanced or expressive. It's a little clumsy. I'd wager a small amount that therte's some grain alcohol filler in there (with nothing to back up this assertion other than speculation). It's a little like kicking a ball around with Lionel Messi - you might be good, but you're not /that/ good. Unfair, I know, but such is the standard of the original JW Green, IMHO.

23rd July 2017

It's very good

It's wonderful , enjoyed the smoky island green accidentally while traveling to Bali and then I purchased four more bottles

12th July 2017

I have already tested

It's good

27th June 2017

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