Robert Langdon: The nose is quite full. There are notes of winter spice and treacle, hints of white pepper and a little citrus. The palate is quite rich and full. There are notes of wood smoke and dry spice, hints of barley and cereal with creamy toffee and a distinct herbal note. The finish is quite fruity and long with a note of sultanas and mixed peels. The price is a bit high but you can go to http://dutyfree.buzz to compare Duty Free prices at different airports online and get the best deal.
Ralph70cL: Great channel. Enjoy watching your videos!
ARCSTREAMS: why do grains have to be made in column stills?
Alex Chavez: I really enjoy your videos. Great job Ralfy!
Henrique Guimaraes: Bom de mas
Faqyur Ma'ama: I'm amazed that nowhere in this review did you mention "the smoke" because, for me, that is the defining feature of JW Black. My understanding is that this is the result of charred oak barrels although I don't claim to be any kind of expert on the subject.
Mm: Comprehensive review!
EnthalpyH: Ever since I've tried single malt, I've never drank blended whiskey ever again. Just more expressive and heavy flavor. Johnny Walker Black was my first scotch and I think anyone who is a beginner should try JWB. Very good quality for a blend.
damatrix1001: I like alcohol but I think it must just be a case of my tongue responding differently to a particular food here. I cannot taste a single flavour beyond bitter, almost chemical alcohol. I can taste flavours in beers, vodkas etc. but whiskey just makes me feel terrible.
SamuraiChris78: Does anyone else get notes of sea salt on the nose of this Whisky?
Vijay Kumar: Real scotch whiskey ralfy
William McMillan: Hi Ralfy, love your channel. I have been on some what of a budget recently and I have started drinking ASDA's McKendrick's Blended Scotch Whisky. It is only £12, sometimes a tenner if on special, and it is really rather nice. Have you tried it?
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
Lmca_1000: what do you think of the Johnnie Walker Platinum Label?
Lakrago: Johnnie Walker Black label is the best scotch whiskey ever!!!
scotch whisky review 14 - Johnnie Walker Black Label5
out of 5