smoky
apricot
honey
earthy
sweet
mint
raisin
peach
mango
Spiral Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve
Johnnie Walker
Gold Label Reserve
Tasting Notes
Appearance / Colour
Light amber gold.

Smell / Nose / Aroma
Honey, raisin, apricot, spice, and a slight earthy peat smoke.

Flavour / Taste / Palate
Sweet, honeyed subtle fruitiness (peach, mango, apricot) with hints of earthy smoke and wood spice.

Finish
Soft, sweet, light smoke and wood spice.
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Johnnie Walker is one of the most recognised Whisky brands in the World. It is also the best-selling Blended Scotch world-wide. The brand was established in 1860 by John “Johnnie” Walker, when he opened a grocery shop in Ayrshire, Scotland and started blending Whiskies in small amounts.

Success came with his son, Alexander, who established the Whisky as a popular brand – mostly during the Victorian times when it was heavily exported around the British Empire. Johnny Walker is known for its square-shaped bottle, the label which lays at an angle of 24 degrees and their logo – the famous walking man.

Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve replaced the Gold Label 18. It’s a multi-layered blend of the favourite Whiskies of Jim Beveridge, the master blender at Johnnie Walker. The Gold Label Reserve comes without an age statement.

  • Style
    Blended Whisky
  • Region
    Scotland
  • Country
    Scotland
  • Alcohol
    40%
  • Distillery
    Johnnie Walker
  • Bottler
    Johnnie Walker
  • Age
    18 Year Old

Johnnie Walker

Gold Label Reserve

(0.7l, 40%)


8.3/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve
Bryce
Bryce,
This is a tasty dram. Very similar to black label but more refined. It's sweeter up front with more layers of flavor particularly has a taste of honey mid palate that differentiates it. Finishes a touch smoother but with a lighter overall smokiness. Hard to really define it but a more refined black label sums it up in my book. All in all yummy but not sure it's worth double the price of black label
anonymous
anonymous,
For me this is a fantastic drink, and great value for money. Definitely my go to whiskey.
anonymous
anonymous,
Just perfect!
Ryan
Ryan,
Superior to Blue Label and at a better price point! What's not to like?
anonymous
anonymous,
It's ok. Green label is better.
Gregory
Gregory,
Very nice
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