Johnnie Walker Black Label is a Scotch whisky resulting from the careful mix of more than 40 different whiskies, each aged for at least 12 years.
Johnnie Walker's Black Label is a whiskey of grains of cereal and barley, most of which are whiskies individually except for a few that are made exclusively for this mixture.
The history of Johnnie Walker Black Label whiskey, with an alcoholic graduation of 40.0%, part in the year 1857, when the son of John Walker takes control of the business and decides to launch, with the classic style smoked by his father, some whiskies. It would be in the year 1867 when it recorded the most immediate predecessor and predecessor of the current Johnnie Walker Black Label.
Johnnie Walker Black Label Miniature Tasting note
Johnnie Walker Black Label is fruity and sweet, with some notes of peat. In the mouth are the touches of butter and vanilla that accompany the memory of grain and oak, without leaving aside the final balance to subtle smoke.