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Johnnie Walker Green Label Old Style 15-Years-old is an excellent whisky that was recently relaunched, entering the market in new packaging. A classic in its category as a blended malt: this scotch unites the salty and peppery Talisker from the Skye islands with the spicy and fruity Speysider Linkwood, the rather smoky Caol Illa from Islay, as well as the classic Cragganmore malt from Speyside. In the style of "One for all, all for one", John Walker & Sons delivers - as some might say - the brand's hidden jewel with the Green Label Whisky.
Johnnie Walker Green Label 15 Years
- Color: golden amber.
- Odor: Strong and well-balanced. Notes of oak and cedar trees, cut grass, fresh fruits, pepper, vanilla and sandalwood.
- Taste: spicy and sweet with a hint of vanilla, sandalwood and sea salt. Typical bold and distinctive smoky flavour. The finish is deep and long-lasting.
PRODUCER: The Johnnie Walker Scotch brand drinks group Diageo is the best selling Scotch whiskey in the world. Its production dates back to 1865. In 2012, the popular Johnnie Walker Green Label 15 Years was recalled. However, it came back on the market in 2016 after popular demand. It's a unique blend of Johnnie Walker, which is made exclusively of malts.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: The production of Scotch whiskey is an ancient art that has evolved and been refined over time. This unique Scotch is made of a perfectly matched mixture Speyside, Highland, lowland and Iceland malts. After the malted cereal is dried and mixed with water to reduce the alcohol content, the fermentation takes place. Then, a double distillation is carried out to reduce the water content and increase alcohol concentration and flavour. After mixing the four malts Johnnie Walker Green Label 15 Years is aged for at least 15 years in oak barrels.
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