Spirit Type: Scotch Whisky
Bottle size: 75cl
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Johnnie Walker declared introducing its new series of the Blenders' Batch into the U.S market. The program is envisioned to highlight the "art of blending" in the production of Johnnie Walker.
These labels are the limited-edition; new whiskies will also seek attention to the blenders working for Johnnie Walker and the brand's legendary master blender, Dr. Jim Beveridge.
In the U.S., the primary blend offered is Johnnie Walker Blenders' Batch Triple Grain American Oak. It's the outcomes of experiments aiming at the effects of bourbon and the flavors of the rye whiskey on Scotch. The resources stimulate the whisky Beveridge spent working in Kentucky mixes bourbon as well as rye.
It has been seasoned for almost ten years in American oak, plus bourbon casks, Johnnie Walker Blenders' Batch Triple Grain American Oak. It is created with the help of five whiskies counting grain from the now-closed Port Dundas distillery and the malt from Mortlach on Speyside. The combination produces a whisky note of sweet fresh fruit along with a gentle spice.
The founder John Walker's initial experiments were with essences inspired by tea from different corners and spices worldwide. As a result, Walker's primary blends weren't assured by the traditional styles of specific whisky-producing areas in Scotland but were experiments in taste using casks from all over the nation and later the world.
The aroma of the whisky is extremely gentle; at the same time, it's created with complexity, with a dash of fresh-sliced vanillas, bananas, sweet maltiness, all circled off with a dash of sea salt.
With the taste of the whiskey on entry, you will feel an amazing tingle on the tip of the tongue. Then, as the liquid dispersed in all corners of the mouth, the flavor is balanced and complex, with hints of vanilla, sweet spiciness, caramel, dashes of smoke, salt, and charcoal.
The finish is very pleasing and long-lasting, with sweet maltiness and the cereal followed by dashes of sea salt and minor smokiness.