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Johnnie Walker Red Label 1L (Boxed) - 1980s

(100cl, 43%)

Johnnie Walker Red Label 1L (Boxed) - 1980s

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J.W. Red 1L Boxed 1980s Bottling Note

A classic from Johnnie Walker - their Red Label blend has long been a favourite of many whisky drinkers around the world. This is a 1 litre bottle of the aforementioned expression which we believe was produced in the 1980s, and comes alongside its original presentation box.

This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in touch!

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Johnnie Walker Red Label 1L (Boxed) - 1980s Reviews

Today, away from the real taste ...!...!?

I have this 0, 75L, great and great!
Today, even the new blue, green and tn are so far away from the real taste !

5th May 2019

Should have kept walking left

They don't make them like this anymore. These and anything before are a million miles from today's version.

10th March 2019

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