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.
Named for the unique bottle, in which an irregular base allows it to rock slightly back and forth. It features an elevated amount of Speyside malts, balanced by malts from the northern Highlands and Islay.
40% ABV / 75cl