Johnnie Walker's Black Label
This is a half-bottle of Johnnie Walker's Black Label
37 cl / 40%
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The colour black has always been associated with style and elegance. The little black dress is always a sophisticated choice whereas the traditional tux can transform any man's appearance.
But black is also intriguing. It has a hint of mystery, of something waiting to be revealed. This is Johnnie Walker Black Label - a deep and complex flavour which is also an unquestionable mark of power and refinement. It is a luxury blend and a luxury brand, with a completely individual personality.
As many as 40 whiskies, each aged 12 years or more, make up this satisfyingly complex blend.
Decade after decade, Black Label wins awards and accolades. Experts consistently appreciate its understated, classic qualities.
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“Nose is quite light but taste and finish is there with a cool smoke note. Not sure what to do of this one...”This dram has a amber-like color.
Nose (83): average. honey, wood, fruits, apples, vanilla.
Taste (86): smooth, oily. honey, smoke, wood, spices, fruits.
Finish (86): average. honey, smoke, wood.
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