While not a single malt, this whisky holds its place in the upper-echelon of malts and one of the few liquid treasures synonymous with quality and luxury.
A fusion of the finest malt and grain whiskies in Scotland - it's like a journey back in time to the blended whiskies of yesteryear. Ripe red fruits, honeycomb and mild peat entice the olfactory sense and make way for a lush and sophisticated palate reminiscent of top Speyside malts. Whether you're watching the sunset from the bow of your sailboat or feasting over an Allen Brother's Prime Steak, the king of drinks and the drink of kings continues to be the perfect companion.
Back in 1820, when Johnnie Walker first established his business, (and malt and grain whiskies were bottled singly) a market for them barely existed outside Scotland. Mr. Walker found that like wine, whisky can vary from year to year, so he started doing the unthinkable - blending malt and grain whisky to create a consistent flavor and a quality that could be relied on time and time again. Over 150 years later, Johnnie Walker's mission "to make our whisky of such quality that nothing in the market shall come before it" is still the reigning leader of blended scotch whisky.