GuitaristNovice: Hello there, I'll admit I'm a somewhat avid whiskey drinker and, being from America, I mostly drink bourbon and Tennessee whiskey, however I have had some limited experience with scotch, and I honestly hate this particular whiskey, it tastes like Lysol to me and I mean no disrespect by that, I just don't quite understand the appeal. I actually prefer my bottle of cheap Clan Macgregor scotch as well as my various Jim Beam bourbons and Jack Daniels Tennessee whiskeys, to this particular scotch but, to each his own, right?
Jonas Sajson: Hi Ralfy. I regularly watch you vlogs and respect your deep whisky knowledge. I wish you could re-review this whisky, Johnnie Walker Black Label 12yo. It's an exellent blend and readily available. Thank you
T McCathie: This has always been my favorite bottle of whiskey.
Hamad Abdullah: The way you talking it's just like frank in US Shameless
Mike Adams: drunk freaks
S1ckJ1ts: Johnnie Walker Black Label smoothest and worst tasting scotch ever! what an unusual mix
Mac Plays: what do you think of the Johnnie Walker Platinum Label?
Lakrago: Johnnie Walker Black label is the best scotch whiskey ever!!!
kubz123: I had no idea this whisky had a peaty note. Never tasted peat before. I did remember a deep burnt wood flavour, which I thought could have been from the cask. I enjoyed it thoroughly, but haven't had a whisky that compared since.
Alowishus Devadander Abercrombie: As a poor, broke, and thirsty novice I have to say - the Black Label is some go-to sh*t.. Love everything about it, has yet to disappoint.. :-)
Adam Singleton: I'm a novice scotch drinker and this one isn't my favorite. That at this moment goes to Dalwhinnie 15 yr. However for it's price this is a nice blend that has good reason for its popularity. I'm still working on separating tastes from whisky but overall this blend is pretty good I'd say.
nugrohodendy4: I'm actually drinking this whisky quite intense though lol I'm a beginner whisky drinker
Sam Vegas: smells like burnt wood to me
mlcollins10: after having a couple of months of sampling the better single malts this tastes very simple. Nice but no complexity. No problem drinking this though. Try a Lagavulin 16 or a cask strength Laphroiag for real quality. Before I tried good single malt I thought this quite good. It is good for a blended no doubt. Ralfy nailed it!!!
Abhishek Srivastava: I wonder if we can sort your videos to see which whiskey got the highest marks.
Adolf Hitler: Very tasty stuff. I like the smoke in this one. It's also got some wet rock, and a little caramel. It goes down smooth. Almost too smooth as I drink it like water.
Squirrel Man: Here in Oklahoma City good single malt is pretty expensive. JWB is my go to for a solid blended. I get more smoke than I did five years ago. That's not a complaint, I actually like the change a lot. Has the blend changed much to you since this review?
Ivar And: You should re-review this whiskey, like you did with the talisker 10yo :)
ARCSTREAMS: so you scored both red and black labels the same? yes i know the red you were tasting was from the old version