The 2012 edition of Johnnie Walker and Porsche's collaborative cube. A new label design for the Johnnie Walker Blue Label as well as a presentation case with a couple of glasses and a pair of ice tongs - the lid of the case doubles up as an ice bucket.
The first Royal Warrant was granted to Johnnie Walker in 1934, King George V recreates how JW might have tasted back then, using some of the company's most precious old casks. BESPOKE ENGRAVING SERVICE AVAILABLE!
Johnnie Walker 1820 was a one off limited edition for the Japanese market, intended to be a premium blend offering. The contents are rumoured to be around 21 years of age and the blend was named after the year of the company's foundation.
An incredibly rare edition of Johnnie Walker Gold label. Just the apt number of 1992 bottles were released to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the granting of Burgh status to Kilmarnock in 1992. One of the most sought after Johnnie Walker bottlings ever released.
Released towards the end of 2010, The John Walker is an ultra-premium expression of Johnie Walker Blue Label, crafted using some of the very oldest whiskies available from Diageo's vast maturing stock - including some very old whiskies from distilleries long since closed including Cambus and Glen Albyn, alongside traditional Johnnie Walker cornerstones such as Cardhu and Talisker.
The Anniversary Pack celebrates John and Alexander Walker’s pioneering spirit and groundbreaking style. This special limited edition has been created to commemorate the anniversary of John Walker’s birthday, on 25th July 1805.
The whisky in this special edition is a cask strength blend of Blue Label, so the full power of the flavours can be experienced. This exclusive Blue Label is contained in an exceptional Anniversary crystal decanter created for Johnnie Walker by Baccarat.
A special cask strength edition blended Scotch Whisky from the House of Walker, created from whiskies ranging from 45 to 70 years old by the incredible team behind the Johnnie Walker range. This whisky is generally not for sale, instead being presented to those who the company consider to have made 'a significant contribution to modern life'...