Johnnie Walker Scotch Blue (750 ML)
DOUBLE GOLD SAN FRANCISCO SPIRITS COMPETITION, 93 POINTS BEVERAGE TESTING INSTITUTE. Top of the line in blended scotch. Rich flavors are followed by an ultra smooth finish.
$229.99
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Johnnie Walker Scotch Blue (750 ML)

750 ML

Regular Price: $229.99

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DOUBLE GOLD SAN FRANCISCO SPIRITS COMPETITION, 93 POINTS BEVERAGE TESTING INSTITUTE. Top of the line in blended scotch. Rich flavors are followed by an ultra smooth finish.

SKU:
#6780
Brand/Company:
Johnnie Walker
Type/Varietal:
Scotch
Country:
Scotland
Region:
Style:
Blended
Size:
750 ML
Private Label:
Richard
2 Review(s)
1 year ago
Very smooth for the occasional scotch drinker, not a serious scotch
Most of the effort went into making this smooth enough for non enthusiast to enjoy. In that I would say they were successful, one could impress their company with the first scotch they ever tried that did not induce the scotch face. If someone is new to scotch this would not be one I would suggest though based on the cost and the fact that it is missing some of what make scotch so much fun to drink. for $30 to 40 the Glenlivet 12 year will start you journey in the right direction. I have also found some Glenmorangie's in the mid $50 range that are more interesting than the Johnnie blue but still smooth, Quinta Ruban in particular. Then when you are ready for the $200 scotch you will have a good reference point. If you have money and just want smooth, This along with Royal Salute from Chivas is a great choice.
Big Jack
1 Review(s)
1 year ago
1488/10
JOHNNY WALKER, BLUE LABEL, OH YEAHHHHHH
TYLER
1 Review(s)
1 year ago
Overpriced highly over rated blend
This whisky is targeted towards casual scotch drinkers. It's made to be smooth with not much going on on the palette. The nose is dominated by craganmore with slight smokiness from the islay whisky on the finish. The arrival is pretty much just craganmore and the finish is whichever islay whisky they're using. Unfortunately the flavors don't blend together well and are very separated from one another. This whisky won't challenge an enthusiasts palette. It's definitely not worth the premium over their other offerings.
DOM
1 Review(s)
1 year ago
Great Whiskey, but not worth the price. Find something as good for less... Or a Rich Friend to get you a bottle
JW blue is good, very good! Complex, smokey and smooth. Worth 180$? Not a chance. Go to a website that rates whiskeys based on Spirit competition rating, and go choose several whiskeys for the same 180$ price tage, chances are you will like at least a couple of the bottles as much or more than JW blue for SOOO much cheaper. BOTTOM LINE, JW blue is great but you can find A TON of Whiskey on par for WAY less cost.
Try a lot of whiskey before you try this, A rich friend offered this to me one night and I enjoyed the hell out of this but it was not as good as many whiskeys under 100$ I've had.
Minus 1 star for the ridiculous price.
Bill B.
Guest User Review(s)
2 years ago
Step aside, single malts
The world is full of single-malt snobs who think a blend is simply beneath them. Let me set you straight; there is no single-malt whiskey that can consistently compete with Johnny Walker Blue Label. This gorgeous malt has more depth and character than Glenlivet 21, more complexity than aged Macallan, and is smoother (gasp! to some a dirty word) than Kirkland 20yo Speyside. It's very first note on the tip of your tongue is sweet like vanilla caramel, then it develops it's characteristic smokey flavor and finishes with a hint of iodine, prevalent in the Islay distilleries, all the while remaining so smooth. This is my favorite scotch whiskey!
Kevin C.
Guest User Review(s)
2 years ago
Favorite Scotch and Liquor, Period
James O. is a hater or rep from some other company. Scotch is my favorite liquor, and Blue Label is my favorite scotch. Normally I have my scotch on the rocks, but I just can't do it with Blue Label...this is a sipping scotch. Tastes like fermented melted butter. Buy it on sale for around $135, and you won't regret.
John C.
Guest User Review(s)
2 years ago
Good Scotch
I think a lot of people are giving blue a bad rap due to the price or that it has been marketed well. I prefer Bourbons for flavor but when it comes to smoothness nothing beats a good scotch and this is a good Scotch. Red or black both have a longer and intense burn. If I drink something with that much burn Id choose a good Bourbon like Eagle Rare or Elijah Craig that makes up for the burn with great flavors. Lagavulin 16 is very smooth but I dislike the nose (smells like Iodine to me) I would take blue over it any day. All of these whiskeys are enjoyable decide for yourself but don't get scared off by some bad reviews and a somewhat inflated price.
LARRY D.
Guest User Review(s)
2 years ago
My favorite scotch, bar none.
I've tried many scotches and found none better than this. It comes at a steep price, but it is worth it. Very smooth, a wonderful flavor. Sipping whiskey for sure. A big bottle goes a long way when you just pour and savor a shot at a time. (Add one drop of water, no more, to release the flavor). Better than most single malts I've tried.
Timothy H.
Guest User Review(s)
2 years ago
Blends for show, single malt for a pro
Like a Rolex it says you spent some money but have nothing to say. I'd prefer my Lagavulin single malt.
JIM H.
Guest User Review(s)
2 years ago
Black and Blue
I prefer JW Black label to the blue. It's much smoother and flavorful. The blue is a burning biting drink with odd flavors for those who like to spend their money. The high price for the Blue Label does not make it a better scotch. As with wine the price has nothing to do with the quality inside. I know this is a fact as I sit on the Consumer wine judging panel each year. The 93 points is a mystery to me. But if you like blue glass bottles then go for it.
TYLER M.
Guest User Review(s)
2 years ago
Smoother than smooth!
This is the only scotch I have ever tried is JW Blue-Label, My friend was given a bottle for graduating college and decided to share with his friends. I figured blue-label was just some gimmick to charge more $$$ but this is NOT the case. Literally the smoothest whiskey I have drinken and I've tried the range of different whiskeys (irish whiskey,tennessee whiskey, bourbon whiskey, canadian whisky) and normally I use a mixer for ALL my whisky drinking. But this JW Blue-Label is so smooth, literally no burn,harshness. Can sip on this all day if I was rich and had the money to drink this on the regular. Definately a SPECIAL-WHISKY for those SPECIAL moments in life.
THOMAS D.
Guest User Review(s)
2 years ago
SMOOTH!
Unbelievably smooth! Just a tad expensive....
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