Question by  worker5232 (24)

What's special about Johnny Walker green label?


Answer by  patti (29325)

The Green Label is a very limited edition aged 15 years. It is from a selection of 15 mature Speyside and Island Malt Whiskies. Only malt whiskies are used in Green Label, including Caol Ila, Talisker, Linkwood and Cragganmore, all with great intensity of flavor.


Answer by  ClaytonZ (11)

Johnny Walker Green Label is a twist off the original Johnny we all know and love. Its bold flavor and distinct rich undertones resonates perfectly inside your mouth. This pallet tickler is a great choice any day!


Answer by  pieface (273)

The green label whiskey is make from four malts that are at least 15 years-old. Of the available Johnny Walker label, green is the only vatted whiskey. Vatting is process of marrying whiskeys to provide a constant taste. Usually vatted whiskey is is considered lower quality then blended whiskeys but the medium-full taste of green label makes it distinctive.


Answer by  Cathy65 (652)

The green label of Johnny Walker means that it is a vatted malt that only contains single malt scotch. This is different from the other colored labels.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

Well green label is another version of the previous "pure malt" whiskey. It a vatted malt meaning that it a mix of several different malts. In total about 15 individual single malts including Talisker, Cragganmore, Linkwood, and Caol Ila. It's aged a total of 15 years and is around 86 proof.

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