sorren - I remember being asked this question here on the Whisky.com Forum in the past regarding Johnnie Walker Swing and this was my response: Originally created in 1932, Johnnie Walker Swing is a sophisticated and complex blend of up to 35 individual whiskies. To achieve the sweet depth and fragrant flavor characteristic of the marque, Swing blends an intricate balance of both mature and young whiskies. Some of Swing’s malts have aged for many years to gain the sweet, rich depth of their sherry casks, while other younger whiskies are used to achieve its signature light and aromatic notes. It’s this intricate blending of ages and flavors that consistently reproduces the original taste developed by Sir Alexander Walker, grandson of John Walker. Swing, a very complex blend of up to 35 individual whiskies, uses mature whiskies for depth and sweetness, and requires some younger whiskies for its light and aromatic notes.
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