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30 Oct 2010

The John Walker

Tasting notes by Ruben Luyten - Posted in * News

The John Walker - Johnnie Walker blue labelTo mark the start of a new decade, the House of Walker celebrates the life of its founder with the launch of The John Walker, a special version of the Blue label blend.

It contains malt and grain whiskies from 9 casks, with the intention to recreate the authentic flavours of a 19th Century blend in John Walker’s original style. The whisky has been taken from a range of distilleries, some of which are now closed.

A Baccarat crystal decanter and a 24 carat Gold plated neck underscore the exclusivity. Retail price: £ 2000. Sold by Harrods.

The John Walker Ruben Luyten 2010-10-30
  • http://www.whiskyisrael.co.il gal

    very unnecessary…

    i dont like those whiskeys at all. aimed at whom? rich oligarchs?

  • Whisky1978

    Assumed that the price mainly is the design of the bottle.

    2000 euro for a big perfume look-a-like bottle?? No thanks…

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