How many types of Johnnie Walker whisky are there?

Home Human, USA, World 06 June 2012

Johnnie Walker is one of the most popular Scotch Whiskies all over the world. Main production area of Johnnie Walker is Kilmarnock. Every year over 130 million bottles of Johnnie Walker is selling on the world. After the first years of release, Alexander Walker presented famous new square bottle of Johnnie Walker. This unique shape of whiskey helped Johnnie Walker to sell more than its rivals because shape of bottle was helping to stick a big and easy to notice label on the glass. Today there are four different production units of Johnnie Walker in Scotland. How many types of Johnnie Walker whisky are there?

Today, there are 9 standard blends of Johnnie Walker. They are Red Label, Black Label, Double Black Label, Green Label, Gold Label, Platinum Label, Blue Label, Johnnie Walker Swing and new product Red & Cola.

Red Label is the most popular blend of Johnnie Walker. It’s mostly mixing with other drinks like soda. But it’s also possible to drink it without any mix.

Black Label is at least 12 aged bottle of Johnnie Walker. Today it’s possible to see that nearly all best whisky blend competitions choose it as the best whisky blend on the world. Also there is “Double Black Label” version of it with some heavy peated malt and charred oak casks addition to “Black Label”.

Green Label is a mixture of 4 blended malts collected from 4 sides of Scotland. There are also Gold Label, Platinum Label, Blue Label, Johnnie Walker Swing and Red & Cola.



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