How long is Blue Label aged?
And since this particular bottling has never worn an age statement, we don’t even know definitively how old its components are (though it has been reported that they are between 28 and 60 years in maturity).
Is Blue Label aged?
Blue Label: Johnnie Walker’s premium blend. Johnnie Walker Blue Label is blended to recreate the character and taste of some of the earliest whisky blends created in the 19th century. It bears no age statement. Bottles are numbered serially and sold in a silk-lined box accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
Why is Blue Label expensive?
Why is the Johnnie Walker Blue label so expensive? Johnnie Walker Blue label is expensive because of the rarity of the scotches that make up the blend. The quality is incredibly high. Only 1 in 10,000 casks are considered good enough by the brand to merit the Blue label.
Which label is the most expensive?
Johnnie Walker Blue Label
Johnnie Walker Blue Label The Blue Label is the most expensive product sold under the Johnnie Walker name. As with all of the whiskies under this brand, this is a blend of several different whiskies with different ages and from different distilleries.
What makes Blue Label so special?
“Johnnie Walker Blue Label is blended to recreate the authentic taste and character of some of the earliest whisky blends created in the 19th century, giving it a rich, peaty taste combined with a smooth, distinctly malty flavour that will appeal to the most expert palate.
What is the smoothest Johnnie Walker?
There are many exceptional whiskies bearing the Johnny Walker Colors, but this is without a doubt, the most complex and smoothest of all. The retail price of the Blue Label is $289.95.
Is Macallan worth the money?
If you are looking for a luxury scotch we DEFINITELY recommend the Macallan 18. It truly is a must-try pick that you’ll want to keep enjoying from the first sip to the very last drop! Full-bodied and flavourful with a long balanced finish. Worth every penny!