One of the lesser-known offerings in the Johnnie Walker brand product line. This no-age-statement blended Scotch whisky was first launched in 1932. You would think a blend that has been around that long would be as famous as its sibling: Red Label.
Biscuity, caramel and floral opening aroma; further air contact stimulates scents of baked bread, toasted bread, buttered popcorn and light smoke. Flavor is dominated by sweet toffee and fudge notes. Sweetest and most buttery of all Johnnie Walker expressions.
Nose: Loads of sweet honey, vanilla, sherry influence, sweet spices, a little bourbonny at the same time with even a hint of peat.
Palate: Creamy on the palate with notes of oranges, apricots, barley sugars, plums and other dark fruits.
Finish: Finish is short and ends with a slight bitter note.