The Walker family used their encyclopedic knowledge of Scotland's malts to create a blend with universal appeal. The result? Red Label became the world's favorite whisky, a position it still holds today. Developed for an export market with a taste for long, refreshing drinks, it's the label that built the Walker empire, and the brand that defined the whisky business.
Now this adventurous blend can be found in more than 200 countries. It's always been a drink that captures a truly international spirit, and as it has proved over the decades, it is the world's favourite whisky.
Johnnie Walker Red Label The world's best selling whisky is still going strong. Red Label is a powerful combination of spicy, smoky malts, such as Talisker, and lingering, lighter grains. Its robust qualities are what make it so good for drinking long.
Ultimate Beverage Challenge 90 points - Rather gentle notes of toasted cedar, orange zest and roasted hazelnuts rise from the glass. Delightfully light bodied with a prickle of honey followed by marmalade and campfire smoke. A long, smooth finish follows and allows for hazelnut and a slight smokiness to shine through.
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