Which Johnnie Walker Bottles Are Most Popular?
Trying to determine what your favourite tipple of choice is is easier said than done. Single malt Scotch whisky, currently, is a dime-a-dozen, which does not make the decision process any less difficult. Some, for instance, will argue that Glenfiddich are a premium brand, and none can surpass their aged bottles. Here at Whisky Kingdom, however, we believe that you need look no further than Johnnie Walker, and you can find a breakdown of their best options down below.
A Little About The Brand
Although you may not realise it, Johnnie Walker did not originally start out as a brewer; in actuality, this company’s origins were in the retail business, selling top-of-the-range farm products. However, in 1865, they swapped their primary focus onto the distilling of whisky, and this is where they truly began to shine. Currently, their blended Scotch whisky is one of the most widely-distributed spirits in the world, and much of this can be attributed to their incredible flavours.
The Gold Route
Initially released as an exclusive, limited time offer, the wonderful reception that The Gold Route received meant that it was only a matter of time before Johnnie Walker decided to mass-release it. This is a nod to the history of whisky, as it looks to imitate South American flavours from times long gone. With notes of raisins being evident from each mouthful, the bold flavour will leave you feeling relaxed and content.
Easily the most high-end product to feature on this list, Johnnie Walker’s Blue Label is a limited edition variant with an incredible reputation. Stemming from the Ghost & Rare collection, you may be surprised to hear that this is a drink which contains uncharacteristically fruity flavours. When the aroma wafts into your nose, it is impossible to miss the hints of apple and pear. These are complemented excellently by the cinnamon sticks which come into play during the final stages of brewing. Should money not be an issue, we strongly recommend sampling this exquisite spirit.
Red Rye Finish
Although you may not think much of this bottle due to the relatively low price, you should not discount Red Rye Finish from your line of thinking. Part of what makes this such a fantastic option is the fact that old bourbon casks play an active part in the brewing process. The reason for this is that it infuses the spirit with a rich texture, as well as injecting much-needed sweetness. The six months which it takes for this drink to reach maturity is certainly worth it, as the results are guaranteed to leave you wanting more.
Want To Hear Our Thoughts?
Have you come to the realisation that a bottle of Johnnie Walker is one of your favourite ways in which to finish the weekend, and subsequently want to explore the various whiskies that they have created? Are you tired of drinking the same Johnnie Walker Blend, and think that the time has come to broaden your horizons? Should either of these statements pertain to you, you have undoubtedly come to the right place. From Green Label and Double Black, to limited editions which are quite difficult to get one’s hands-on – Whisky Kingdom has them all.
Aside from the extensive collection of drinks that we have, we are also renowned for our competitive-yet-affordable pricing structure. If you wish to find out more about us as a company, or wish to place an order, the number that you need to call is 020 3829 6166. Alternatively, feel free to send us a message directly at email@example.com.