Last Cask of The John Walker presented
Diageo will discontinue theof this remarkable Scotch
For more than ten years Diageo has presented special releases called The John Walker, now the company will set an end to this era, filling the last
As an homage to Johnnie Walker founder John Walker, this Scotch Whisky is named after him and contains only whisky from that already existed during his lifetime (1805 - 1857). from Cambus, Dundas and Cameronbridge and whisky from Glen Albyn, Cardhu, Mortlach, Clynelish, Daluaine and Talisker was used for this called Last Cask.
A triple took place: First, each whisky was matured in its own individual casks, then the grains were married to each other, as well as the . Finally, the grain blend and the malt blend were together in a special marrying cask, which was made for this purpose from over one-hundred-years-old . And since this marrying cask has now reached the end of its active time, it was decided that with the current batch the series of The John Walker will come to an end, too.
The John Walker is released in a hand-blown decanter of baccarat crystal glass. Each decanter is individually decorated with hand-engraved images by designer Philip Lawson Johnston, Hand Engraver of Glass to Her Majesty the Queen.