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Johnnie Walker750ml Green Label Whisky

R1,099

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.
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Johnnie Walker Green Label is crafted from a palette of Speyside, Highland, Lowland and Island malts matured for at least 15 years – all perfectly balanced to bring together the intense aromas of crisp cut grass, fresh fruit, wood smoke, deep vanilla, and sandalwood.

Product Features
  • Nose: The clean aromas of cut grass and fresh fruit mingle with pepper, rich vanilla and sandalwood.
  • Palate: Discover a range of deep wood notes, lush with oak and cedar. Johnnie Walker Green Label combines these richer flavours masterfully with light garden fruits and tropical, fragrant, floral notes.
  • Finish: A fantastic expression our signature smoky finish, with notes of peat and the crisp flavour of sea salt.
Product Specifications
  • Volume: 750ml bottle
  • Alcohol by volume: 43% 
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Birds of a feather

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