Johnnie Walker Red Label 1L
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Johnnie Walker is the biggest whisky brand in the world. It all begins with John Walker in 1819. His father has just passed away, a tough start, but John Walker knew there was light after the darkness. Showing a keen interest in single malts. Back in the day, tehre used to be an inconsistency in his preferred range of whisky. So, John started blending the whiskies togetehr to make one that he would definitely love. Years passed, his son Alexander was left with a healthy business of whisky in 1857. Alexander the unique blend of whisky was advertised for the world to see and soon enough people around the world wanted a taste of it as well. When it was turn to pass the company along to his sons in 1889, his sons, Alexander and George did right by him by renaming a new range of whiskies after their distinctive label colours. Johnnie Walker Red Label combines teh light whiskies from Scotland's East Coast and more whiskies from the West to create a beautiful depth of flavour. Crackling with spice and vibrant with smoky flavours, teh Red Label takes you into the freshness of aromatic spices of cinnamon and pepper along with fruity sweetness of fresh apple and a mellow blend of vanilla before finishing it off with a long and lingering smoky finish. STYLE: Whisky, ALCOHOL BY VOLUME (ABV): 40%
Johnnie Walker Red Label, with its combination of light whiskies from Scotland's east coast, and dark, peaty whiskies from the west coast, created a blend with an extraordinary depth of flavour. The taste travels right across your palate to deliver a flavour experience no ordinary whisky can match. The character of the whisky is defined by intense, spicy, zingy, edgy flavours. Red Label bursts onto the palate with the freshness of spray from a crashing wave, followed by the zing of aromatic spices and finally a long, lingering, smoky finish. The sensation in the mouth is complex - 'sweet chilli' is a good description of this taste and the tingling sensation on the tongue.