Johnnie Walker Double Black70cl / 40%
- Blended Scotch Whisky
Featured in our Johnnie Walker Collection
Johnnie Walker Double Black Reviews
Tasting notes by Billy A
Nose: Fairly light but oily, with dry oak, honey and gently stony smoke.
Palate: Fuller bodied than the nose suggests, moving from sweet smoke and floral honey to cracked stone, tar and old bonfires.
Finish: Medium length, with soft smoke, woody spice and charred oak.
Producer's Tasting Notes
Palate: The flavour is full bodied and complex with the signature Johnnie Walker peat smoke shining brightly through rich raisins and sultanas. Apples, pears and orange zest bring freshness while creamy vanilla and spice bring a softness and sweetness to the tongue.
Finish: The long warming finish combines spicy oak tannins and lingering smoke.
Tasting Notes by Simon Difford (Diffordsguide.com)Appearance: Deep amber with bright gold flecks.
Aroma: Flinty, orange blossom honey with a slight whiff of struck match and linseed oil.
Taste: Starts sweet and quickly turns dry. At the beginning it’s honeyed with a touch of smoky bacon then dries with tar, hint of bonfire and charcoal, moving to honeycomb.
Aftertaste: Smoky notes waft around the finish which has a touch of dried apple sprinkled with black pepper.
41 Customer Reviews
Nice enough, with a richer flavour than I expected, but nothing exciting.
This is a real gem of a whiskey, I too think it starts of really good and ends a bit hard, but what whiskey does end with sugar and spice. Sit back take a wiff and a puff.
As a recent convert to JW Black (and Green) I was dying to try this as I love my smoky Islays. Pretty disappointing! Pretty crazy that this NAS costs more than the 12yo straight black, and I found it overall less rich and complex than JWB. Definitely a decent dram, but pales in comparison with the original JW Black, and cost more...
Better than I expected as I'm not a massive JW fan. This has a great initial taste and is smoky and smooth, it starts off like it's going to be a fantastic dram. But for me the end is too strange. The finishing taste isn't what you'd expect and it's not a nice surprise. It's the soft medicinal character that's in a Talisker or Laphroaig nose, that comes through in the after taste. And it's like a down turn from the initial taste.
Smooth scotch not too rough in the throat
Best Whsiky I?ve ever had!
Friend of mine went to the store, bought this cause it was on special. Decent price for a scotch around here. We cracked it. Slight smokey in the nose, no water no ice, too a sip and it''s beautiful. Smooth, easy going down. Brilliant scotch.
I bought this on a sale deal - bargain! I love this smokey blend. I only realised that that I already have a bottle when I got home... Oh well, all more reason to drink this then
Reminds me of my father so loves cigars on holidays.