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Johnnie Walker750ml Double Black Label Scotch Whisky

R579

Not for persons under the age of 18
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  • We are unable to source this product for a price that would allow us to offer our usual savings so we are running it at a comparative retail price.
About

Derived from blending whiskies matured in heavily charred oak casks and specially selected whiskies from the West Coast of Scotland with a naturally smoky flavour, Johnnie Walker Double Black embodies the characteristics of Johnnie Walker Black Label, whilst delivering a new, full-bodied intensity that makes it an unrivalled whisky choice. Perfect for enjoying at home, it also makes a great gift for someone who loves smoky whiskies or wants to try something new - if you re looking for the best gift, your search is over.

Product Features
  • Serving Suggestion: Best enjoyed with water to unlock its complex layers of smouldering spice and smoke.
  • Nose: Take in the delicious scent of sweet smoke and cloves.
  • Palate: This is a supremely smooth blend, with the signature peat smoke swirling through rich raisins and sultanas. Apples, pears and orange zest bring freshness while creamy vanilla and spice add softness and sweetness to the tongue.
  • Finish: Evolving to a wonderfully long, warming finish. The smouldering spice from oak-aged casks makes for a powerful and lingering smokiness.
Product Specifications
  • Alcohol by volume: 43%
  • Region: Scotland
  • Volume: 750ml bottle
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