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This is a 3cl sample from the original bottling of:
Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve
Johnnie Walker Gold Label was relaunched in 2012. Built around a core of single malt whisky from Clynelish, the Gold Label Reserve is a great addition to the line-up from master blender Jim Beveridge. Try it now with this Perfect Measure sample bottle.
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Abit underwhelming to say the least, ordinary and anything with Blair Athol in it reminds me of Bells. Prefer the black label, think that's best out of the budget end JW's.
What a brilliant whiskey.. don’t stop at black climb to gold
I enjoy sipping good whiskey. This one is a real disappointment. Hate to say it, but I would rather have the black. It isn't worth the price at all. I get little on the nose, or palate. I'll save it for the visitors that are impressed with a label. Save some money and go for the green, much better.
One of the worlds best whisky, its time quality blends were appreciated much more. Blending a whisky as complex and pleasant as JW Gold or Blue, Naked Grouse, or Shacklton Blend, is much more of a skill than shoving a spirit in a sherry barrel from a single distillery and two decades later selling it for hundreds of pounds to rich people who mistake age for quality. Premium blends like this one are better than many single malts, theres no point in drinking a 21 or 30 year old malt if its no good to begin with. In Edwardian times, Blending was recognised as a art form, and soon it will regain its rightful place in the modern Whisky world. Not all Blends are Whyte & Mackay or Bells type mixing material.
Quite plane not actually as sweet as expected but smooth it's mostly just light smoke and butterscotch
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