This expression features whiskies from distilleries that were operating in the 1860s Scotland. Expect sweet dried raisins, subtle spice and marzipan on the nose, hints of roasted nuts, icing sugar sweetness and gentle peat on the palate, and a soft pepper finish.
The story of Johnnie Walker begins - naturally enough - with the man who gave our whisky his name. The year was 1819 and John Walker’s father had just died. A tough start for a humble farm lad, you might think, but there was always something special about John.