I am a single malt lover but this is still a good whisky. What bugs me is the obsessions with 'smoothness'. You drink scotch becasue you what some robust, distinctive flavours - if you want smooth then by some vodka and mix it with lemonade...
- Trav, 15th Sep '11
Blue Label is an awesome Scotch, and smooth is excacly what it is. Normally I prefer smoked Islay Malts, but when you want a smooth scotch, there are none smoother than Blue Label.
- A, 4th Jun '11
And I would have to agree that this is very much like a fine quality spring bottled water.. I think the single malts with ages between 15 and 18 are a far better buy
- anonymous, 23rd Dec '09
Seriously after a good tour of the highlands this tastes not unlike medicine. Very disappointing.
- Rob, 27th Aug '09
best blend on the market to date.for those who no. smoth stick to your bells and famouse grouse leave it to the experts thank you.
- sune singh, 20th Aug '09
with Blue Lable i'm speech less
- Thabiso, 3rd Dec '08
the primary true test of any scotch, whisky or any liquor for that matter is how smooth it is and Johnnie Walker Blue is NOT smooth at all. It harsh and it burns the back of your throat on the way down. JW Black is also harsh so I think JW is all hype. - If you want a smooth scotch at 1/4 the price then drink Dewar's 12. - If you want smooth whisky drink Royal Crown. - JW is for suckers.
- Smooth, 10th Jun '08
Smooth whiskey, I can get them for AUS$190 for the 1 Litre bottle. That's why I keep on enjoying the smooth exceptional taste of JW Blue Label. The flavour lingers inside ur mouth some some time!
- Seong, 14th Apr '08
Over-rated blended whiskey. Does not justify its astronomic price. Go for an 18 Year Old single malt with character instead.
- Scotch Fan, 15th Nov '07
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