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Johnnie Walker750ml 18 Year Old Scotch Whisky

R1,549

Retail: R1,870
Not for persons under the age of 18
About

Johnnie Walker Aged 18 Years has been created by the Johnnie Walker Master Blender himself – Jim Beveridge – and is rightly regarded by experts as the finest 18-year-old blended Scotch there is.

Johnnie Walker Aged 18 Years is made using whiskies that have matured for at least 18 years. Carefully chosen for their flavour and quality, these whiskies make for a wonderful combination of both classic and contemporary tastes – blending notes of citrus and fragrant almonds, with warm vanilla and a hint of tropical tangerines. When you're looking for a whisky to make any occasion or celebration extra special, Johnnie Walker Aged 18 Years is an excellent choice.

Product Features
  • Nose: A wonderfully rich aroma, combining notes of rich, sweet fruit with hints of toffee and caramel.
  • Palate: A comforting mix of warming, malty cereal and smooth creamy vanilla, with fragrant notes of almond and tropical tangerine.
  • Finish: A lingering finish with hints of dark chocolate, citrus peel and a very light, aromatic smoke.
Product Specifications
  • Alcohol by volume: 43%
  • Region: Scotland
  • This deal includes: 1 x 750ml bottle
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