Johnnie Walker King George V
The whisky has been blended only from distilleries that were operating during the reign of King George V's reign from 1910 - 1936. This includes Port Ellen and others that no longer exist
43% ABV / 70cl
With its distinctive square bottle, its label angled precisely at 24° and the iconic Striding Man, Johnnie Walker is the world's best selling Scotch whisky retailing more than 20 million cases a year. It was first created in Kilmarnock in 1865 and is now available in almost every country in the world with the establishment of significant 'Houses' across Asia. Between 1906 & 1909 John Walker's grandsons introduced the colour names which the bottles still bear to this day with the Blue Label - introduced in 1992 - being the rarest.