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      Posted 15th SepEdited by:"MrBaz"

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      Johnnie Walker Red Label is the world's best-selling Blended Scotch Whisky, combining up to 35 whiskies from distilleries all over the Scottish regions. Originally developed to be enjoyed all around the globe, Johnnie Walker Red Label epitomises the pioneering vision of the Walker family who took the blend from Scotland to the four corners of the world. Johnnie Walker Red Label is crackling with spice and bursting with vibrant, smoky flavours. It excites the palate with the unmistakable zing of aromatic spices, cinnamon and pepper, fizzing over the center of your tongue. There's a suggestion of fruity sweetness, like fresh apple, before the Johnnie Walker signature of a long, lingering, smoky finish. Best enjoyed over ice in a tall glass topped up with a mixer such as ginger ale. For every family member, friend, colleague or occasion, Johnnie Walker is the perfect, award-winning gift to give since 1820.
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      Do yourself a favour and spend a few extra quid on Black label. Red is paint thinner
      The Red is vile, and only good for mixing.

      With Johnny Walker it really starts with the Black. On Black Friday 2018 Amazon had the Black for £17.49. Its only 2 months away. I would say wait for that and about 4 bottles to last you the year.
      Awful whisky! I'd sooner drinks bells or grants (which are also extremely rank).
      As you’ll see on many posts about red label, it doesn’t hold a candle to the far superior black label, which is only a few quid extra. Might be ok in mixers, but that’s about it
      Anthonyuk15/09/2019 11:18

      The Red is vile, and only good for mixing. With Johnny Walker it really …The Red is vile, and only good for mixing. With Johnny Walker it really starts with the Black. On Black Friday 2018 Amazon had the Black for £17.49. Its only 2 months away. I would say wait for that and about 4 bottles to last you the year.


      It is not definite. You can also get from duty free shop for around the same price when coming into UK. I already have a few stocked up as it is my favourite.
      Edited by: "sam_of_london" 15th Sep
      16 quid as a 'bargain' price for a bottle of blended whisky might explain why gin has increased in popularity over the last few years.
      badgerpelt16/09/2019 04:52

      16 quid as a 'bargain' price for a bottle of blended whisky might explain …16 quid as a 'bargain' price for a bottle of blended whisky might explain why gin has increased in popularity over the last few years.



      Blended doesn't mean bad. There are some very good blends available too, just as there are pretty bad single malts.
      badgerpelt16/09/2019 04:52

      16 quid as a 'bargain' price for a bottle of blended whisky might explain …16 quid as a 'bargain' price for a bottle of blended whisky might explain why gin has increased in popularity over the last few years.


      Blended gets a bad rep as supermarkets will buy blends made from a load of old dregs that are each about 3 years old and chucked together and sold for £15 a litre.

      The stuff tastes rank and shouldn't even be called whisky.

      Johnnie Walker however is different (from the black up) they are mixing high quality whisky's and it shows. The Johnnie Walker Blue costs around £120 a bottle and that is just a blend.

      The Green which is lovely is a blend of a bunch of 15 year olds and again is lovely.

      Johnnie Walker makes some lovely whisky's and I personally love them all, except for the Red. Which is just no aged dreggy trash sold relatively cheap to appease the hard drinkers.

      For £16 I would say at the moment buy Jack Daniels Green Label Legecy edition on special this week from Asda as that stuff is nice.
      Edited by: "Anthonyuk" 16th Sep
      Anthonyuk16/09/2019 18:06

      Blended gets a bad rep as supermarkets will buy blends made from a load of …Blended gets a bad rep as supermarkets will buy blends made from a load of old dregs that are each about 3 years old and chucked together and sold for £15 a litre.The stuff tastes rank and shouldn't even be called whisky.Johnnie Walker however is different (from the black up) they are mixing high quality whisky's and it shows. The Johnnie Walker Blue costs around £120 a bottle and that is just a blend.The Green which is lovely is a blend of a bunch of 15 year olds and again is lovely. Johnnie Walker makes some lovely whisky's and I personally love them all, except for the Red. Which is just no aged dreggy trash sold relatively cheap to appease the hard drinkers. For £16 I would say at the moment buy Jack Daniels Green Label Legecy edition on special this week from Asda as that stuff is nice.


      Is green any good? I don’t drink but bought a few bottles for a bit of a Christmas present for my dad. I got them at a good price so couldn’t really say no:)
      Anthonyuk16/09/2019 18:06

      Blended gets a bad rep as supermarkets will buy blends made from a load of …Blended gets a bad rep as supermarkets will buy blends made from a load of old dregs that are each about 3 years old and chucked together and sold for £15 a litre.The stuff tastes rank and shouldn't even be called whisky.Johnnie Walker however is different (from the black up) they are mixing high quality whisky's and it shows. The Johnnie Walker Blue costs around £120 a bottle and that is just a blend.The Green which is lovely is a blend of a bunch of 15 year olds and again is lovely. Johnnie Walker makes some lovely whisky's and I personally love them all, except for the Red. Which is just no aged dreggy trash sold relatively cheap to appease the hard drinkers. For £16 I would say at the moment buy Jack Daniels Green Label Legecy edition on special this week from Asda as that stuff is nice.


      £16 for green? Are you sure? Its normally £30 when on offer
      Anthonyuk16/09/2019 18:06

      Blended gets a bad rep as supermarkets will buy blends made from a load of …Blended gets a bad rep as supermarkets will buy blends made from a load of old dregs that are each about 3 years old and chucked together and sold for £15 a litre.The stuff tastes rank and shouldn't even be called whisky.Johnnie Walker however is different (from the black up) they are mixing high quality whisky's and it shows. The Johnnie Walker Blue costs around £120 a bottle and that is just a blend.The Green which is lovely is a blend of a bunch of 15 year olds and again is lovely. Johnnie Walker makes some lovely whisky's and I personally love them all, except for the Red. Which is just no aged dreggy trash sold relatively cheap to appease the hard drinkers. For £16 I would say at the moment buy Jack Daniels Green Label Legecy edition on special this week from Asda as that stuff is nice.


      Sorry I though you were talking about Johnny Walker green, JD is bourbon whiskey so can't really compare
      roger_skillin16/09/2019 20:43

      Sorry I though you were talking about Johnny Walker green, JD is bourbon …Sorry I though you were talking about Johnny Walker green, JD is bourbon whiskey so can't really compare


      Its still nicer than this though at the same price was my point. And if you wanted to get that pedentic, its Tenessee whisky, not Bourbon
      Tom_77716/09/2019 19:37

      Is green any good? I don’t drink but bought a few bottles for a bit of a C …Is green any good? I don’t drink but bought a few bottles for a bit of a Christmas present for my dad. I got them at a good price so couldn’t really say no:)


      Yes it is, if you are meaning the Johnnie Walker Green and especially for the price it can be had for. I bought it for £26 during Amazons 2018 Black Friday.

      its a blend of a few 15 year old whiskies. In my opinion there is no chance of having a 15 year old whisky that does not taste lovely.

      If you mean the Green Legacy Jack Daniels, then it is much nicer than regular Jack Daniels and often in the £30 range. It is rare its being sold for the price it currently is in Asda.
      Edited by: "Anthonyuk" 16th Sep
      Anthonyuk16/09/2019 20:55

      Its still nicer than this though at the same price was my point. And if …Its still nicer than this though at the same price was my point. And if you wanted to get that pedentic, its Tenessee whisky, not Bourbon


      And if you want to be pedentic or even pedantic, its whiskey in the US, not Whisky
      roger_skillin16/09/2019 23:20

      And if you want to be pedentic or even pedantic, its whiskey in the US, …And if you want to be pedentic or even pedantic, its whiskey in the US, not Whisky


      Well we've pedentic'ed the hell out of that one then
      Anthonyuk16/09/2019 20:57

      Yes it is, if you are meaning the Johnnie Walker Green and especially for …Yes it is, if you are meaning the Johnnie Walker Green and especially for the price it can be had for. I bought it for £26 during Amazons 2018 Black Friday. its a blend of a few 15 year old whiskies. In my opinion there is no chance of having a 15 year old whisky that does not taste lovely.If you mean the Green Legacy Jack Daniels, then it is much nicer than regular Jack Daniels and often in the £30 range. It is rare its being sold for the price it currently is in Asda.


      Yep JW bought for £26 from Morrison’s a while back (probably a few years ago now - I think before they stopped making it for a short period)
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