Johnnie Walker Blue Label King George V Edition Scotch Malt Whisky

    Tasting Notes While the regular Johnnie Walker Blue Label combines rich and luxurious fruitcake and cream flavors, this special edition of Blue Label King George V is more restrained, more layered, and much more complex. Worth Knowing The spirit’s limited release in 2007 marked the appointment of Johnnie Walker and Sons as purveyors of whisky to the royal household in 1934; the blend comprises only whiskies sourced from distilleries that operated during the 1910–1936 reign of England’s George V and was aged in barrels from that era. Note Prices are average retail and do not reflect local or state taxes.

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