Johnnie Walker Blue Label

70cl / 40%
  • Blended Scotch Whisky
Johnnie Walker Blue Label
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Web Exclusive Price £130 £108.33 ex VAT (£185.71 per litre)
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Johnnie Walker's most prestigious whisky. Probably THE most famous super-premium blend, made up of the finest old-aged malt and grain whiskies. The Cristal of the blended whisky world. Blue Label’s bold, multi-layered palate and silky delivery ensure that it sits unchallenged at the top of the Johnnie Walker pile.
Country
Scotland
Colouring
Yes

Style

  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness

Character

  • Rose Rose
  • Hazelnut Hazelnut
  • Smoke Smoke
  • Dark Chocolate Dark Chocolate
  • Honey Honey
  • Tobacco Tobacco

Johnnie Walker Blue Label Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Producer's Tasting Notes

    Nose: A mellow, rounded nose, with a dry smokiness (a Johnnie Walker signature flavour) mixed with raisin sweetness.

    Palate: The first sip reveals a velvety mouthfeel, then an explosion of flavour – hazelnuts, honey, rose petals, sherry and oranges. Subsequent sips reward you with more hidden secrets like kumquats, wispy aromatic smoke, sandalwood, tobacco, and dark chocolate.

    Finish: A rich and uniquely long and satisfying finish of smoke and pepper, ending with a glorious touch of spice.

  • Tasting Notes by Tim F

    Nose: Smooth, silky cereal, syrupy flapjacks, polished oak. Dessicated coconut, then other nutty notes: unsalted peanut, brazil nut.

    Palate: A silky caress. Unexpectedly strong spicy entry, but always honeyed and rounded by some toasty oak. The honeyed malt is beautifully interwoven around the venerable grain, which must be absolutely ancient.

    Finish: A perfectly-integrated slow fade of the palate. Mouthwatering grain, and the honey and spices dwindle slowly. Extremely long but still very gentle.

    Comment: The daddy of premium blends divides fans as to whether or not it merits its price tag, but there is definitely something esoteric about the basically flawless balance on display here. Smoother than a hot-buttered, freshly-shaven diplomat in velvet trousers.

92 Customer Reviews

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  • 2
    13 days ago

    They add colour. Pretty tacky for $200 but it's not bad for a blend if you're into that I'm.definitely more of a bourbon fan..

  • 1
    18 January

    It tastes like charcoal

  • 5
    12 October 2016

    Managed to get a Limited Edition pack - in itself a work of art. As for the whisky, this is a one to be enjoyed with friends on special occasions and for celebrations. Never alone. I'm not one for talking about "peaty notes of honey, layered with a shot of double expresso" or whatever you say. It's arcane and unnecessary. It fits perfectly the successful man about town, wearing a Tom Ford suit whilst sipping a fine scotch with his friends. Great for an after dinner dram after a fine meal. Great also during your Business Class flight to the Far East, and on that note, it's one surely to impress your hosts in those countries. They want nothing but the best, and the brand matters 100%. The more storied and expensive, the better. Buy it, and drink like connoisseur.

  • 5
    5 October 2016

    Finest - I usually stay away from blends, but in this case its really rare and superior in this category.

  • 4
    1 October 2016

    Absolutely worth every penny the smoothest whisky I have ever tasted no water / lemonade here

  • 5
    24 August 2016

    I'm a nomad in the word of whisky's, as in, I'll try an alternative brand each and every time I buy. I'll purchase all different price ranges from cheap to expensive and I've come across some damn nice whisky's and some not so nice. The whole point of my previous statement is that only one of these whisky's I'll buy time and time again and it's 'Johnnie Walker Blue Label' it's so damn nice from the start to finish. The advert has it to a tee! Palate: A silky caress. Unexpectedly strong spicy entry, but always honeyed and rounded by some toasty oak. The honeyed malt is beautifully interwoven around the venerable grain, which must be absolutely ancient. Finish: A perfectly-integrated slow fade of the palate. Mouthwatering grain, and the honey and spices dwindle slowly. Extremely long but still very gentle. Comment: The daddy of premium blends divides fans as to whether or not it merits its price tag, but there is definitely something esoteric about the basically flawless balance on display here. Smoother than a hot-buttered, freshly-shaven diplomat in velvet trousers.

  • 5
    13 August 2016

    Smooth sweet aromatic. Breathe it before taking your first sip. Love it. The warm and velvety feeling remain lingering at the back of the throat was so comforting.

  • 2
    20 July 2016

    I had this as part of a taster pack many years ago (15?). It had the 18yo gold, the green and black as well. Have to say I definitely preferred the gold and had this on a par with the black which is an excellent blend that we all know very well. However, at this price point the blue represents very poor value. Honestly, I'd go for a Jameson 12yo over this every time.

  • 5
    21 May 2016

    The best whisky I ever try.

  • 5
    30 April 2016

    Far from being an expert, Blue Label is a very good whisky, tastes like a refined high quality single malt, however, for this price, I think that there are cheaper complex and delicious alternatives, such as Buchanan’s 18 (but this is relative, just my opinion). But, if you can afford it, is a whisky that must be savoured time to time. Very good Whisky. ?Different but also very good, enjoy responsibly :-) ?

  • 5
    15 April 2016

    JOHNNIE WALKER BLUE LABEL OH YEAH

  • 5
    3 January 2016

    I purchased my first bottle in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. Accustomed to the smoothness of the Johnnie Walker Black, I realized I was in another caliber of drinking experience. Nose: Mellow smokiness with hints of leather, fruit and spice. Color: Amber Arrival: First with fruity burst of flavor, nuts, and citrus. Taste: Leathery notes of oak followed by a rise of a mixture of spices and pepper. Finish: Subtle notes of smoke, spice and honey.

  • 5
    29 December 2015

    Simply Sublime... This is the reference super-premium, against which you measure all others.

  • 1
    12 November 2015

    Over rated and not all that. There are better blended whiskies out there, why on earth would you pay ?135 for this i have no idea.

  • 5
    30 July 2015

    Have been recommended to drink with a glass of iced water rather than a dash of water. For me this is the best there is!

  • 3
    16 July 2015

    Not a fan. I bought this on a whim, having never tasted it before, but much prefer the premium irish whiskeys.

  • 5
    20 June 2015

    No word ... simply the best I ever taste

  • 5
    20 March 2015

    Taste was awesome ...its richy .....tasty

  • 5
    19 February 2015

    Best in the world in taking it neat! But now the problem is that my pockets are also neat.

  • 5
    19 January 2015

    I dipped my $30 Arturo Anejo Reserva Viejo No.77 Cigar in this wonderful blend and simply enjoyed this great blend for New Year''s Eve. This bottle began my journey into the wonderful world of Whisky and cannot thank it enough for turning me to a world of sheer class.

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