Black Label Hits the Century Mark

  • Alexandra Foster

Johnnie Walker Black Label is celebrating its 100th anniversary this fall in true style: a limited-edition collector’s bottle will commemorate the brand’s history of quality and innovation. The 12-year-old Scotch whisky is noted for being blended from 40 select whiskies in the same style it has been since 1909, when the grandsons of founder John Walker named the liquor Black Label and crowned it the signature blend of the whisky house. The limited-edition bottle is available as part of the Johnnie Walker Black Label Centenary Pack, $50, which was unveiled this month. (www.johnniewalker.com)

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