Johnnie Walker Black Label Origin series unveiled

Four new limited bottlings, blended from whisky from four Scottish regions

 

"Inspired by the four corners of Scotland" tells the current press release of Diageo presenting the new special editions of its famous label Johnny Walker. The aim is to focus on different aromatic characters and present individual profiles of the Lowlands, Speyside, Highlands and Islay.

Three of these limited editions are blended malts, all married only from single malts, one is a blended Scotch whisky made from single malts and grain whiskey. All four whiskies are 12 years old and bottled at 42% ABV in 1 liter bottles.

The launch of Johnnie Walker Black Label Origin’s first bottlings is announced for July for the travel retail worldwide. You probably won’t find those Johnnie Walker whiskies in normal retail stores.

Some details about the Johnnie Walker Black Label Origin series, given in a press release:

  • Johnnie Walker Black Label Speyside Origin is a light and fruity whisky with hints of cut green apples and orchard fruit. It is made exclusively from quality single malts from the Speyside region of Scotland, with whisky from the distilleries of Cardhu and Glendullan at its heart
  • Johnnie Walker Black Label Highlands Origin has a rich and dark fruitiness, with red berry and stone fruit notes. It is crafted exclusively from single malts from the Highlands, with whisky from Clynelish and Teaninich at its core
  • Johnnie Walker Black Label Islay Origin has a slight spice and is for people want to explore whiskies with a warming maritime smokiness. It is made exclusively from exceptional Islay single malts, including Lagavulin and Caol Ila
  • Johnnie Walker Black Label Lowlands Origin has a sweet, creamy vanilla character and notes of toffee. It is made exclusively from a variety of single malt and grain whiskies from the Lowlands including Glenkinchie and Cameronbridge


Source: prnewswire.com