Featured as a blend of Johnnie Walker’s rarest whiskies, this Scotch billows with sweet cigar smoke from the very first sip. Underneath that, look for vanilla, oak and dry cocoa, finishing dry and spicy with cigar wrapper, allspice and clove, plus a mouthwatering saline note. - K.N.
bottle no. j 035941 what is value
can scotch (Blue label) go bad. how long is shelf life.
Just can't go wrong with this Scotch.
What's the differences Blue Label & Blue Label " King George V"?
King George V is a much higher level of blended scotch in both price & quality. King George is blended with all kinds of other Scotches which range from 25 years to 65 years.
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Are all Blue Label bottle numbered
johnnie walker's premium blend, johnnie walker blue label is specially blended to recreate the authentic character and taste of some of the earliest whisky blends created in the 19th century, giving it a rich, peaty taste combined with a smooth, distinctly malty flavor. every bottle is serial numbered and sold in a silk-lined box, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. there is no age declaration for blue label. it is one of the most expensive blended scotches on the market, fetching prices upwards of $225 a bottle. notable blue label aficionados include the late president richard nixon, who mixed it with dry ginger ale and a slice of lemon.
86 proof (43% abv)
enjoy on the rocks or neat. some also like it with a drop of pure water.