Whisky Review: John Walker & Sons Private Collection 2017 Edition “Mastery of Oak”

Style: Honey oak and Spicy Nose: Sweet toffee entrance while spices trailing closely. A bit of grain influence slips through which can be felt pretty forefront. Vanilla, clean pear drops at the core while cereal notes and dry spices plunge in from the back – Nutmeg, cloves and vanilla beans. Subtle fruity honey radiating fragrance…

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Whisky Review: Johnnie Walker Blenders’ Batch Red Rye Finish

The Story Johnnie Walker is introducing a new range of limited edition, experimental whiskies: Johnnie Walker Blenders’ Batch.   The Johnnie Walker Blenders’ Batch range lifts the lid on the skill and never-ending pursuit of flavour that drives the blending team, led by master blender Dr Jim Beveridge. The ongoing flavour experiments that Beveridge and his team study are a…

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Whisky Review: Johnnie Walker Green Label Aged 15 Years

  Style: Delicate and Complex Nose: Vanilla cream with brushes of Jasmine flower on the nose. A quick punch of spice lights up the tempo, followed by light-hearted cedar wood and grassy notes unveiling a solid malt at the heart. Drying smoke and white pepper lurking at the bottom of the aroma. A very busy…

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Whisky Review: John Walker & Sons Private Collection 2015 Edition “Rare Fruit Character”

  Style: Fruity and Complex Nose: Starts with a delightful malty nose. Plucked a splendid chord of rose petals, dried barley, simmered red dates with a tad of sourness, giving off a very all-rounded aroma. Light spices supports the structure in a non-invasive manner. A very entertaining nose. Palate: A fascinating blend of dry and fresh fruity…

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