Overall rating
Whiskybase ID
First Blending Co. (FBCo)
Oak Casks
40.0 % Vol.
750 ml
Added on
17 Jan 2014 7:19 pm by Nezzer

Average value

€ 28.07

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Whisky Reviews for Label 5 Classic Black

3 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 65.40 points

  1. Blo scored this whisky 58 points Expert Senior

    The second worst cheap blend available in supermarket :-)
    Not even sure i d give it to friends who drink whisky with Coke.
    • Nose
      Dusty, less grainy than expected but there s t definitely too much caramel notes in this for being natural.
    • Taste
      Better than the William Peel, but still not very good. Bur your tongue with a sympathic feeling of industrial sugar and oaky note.
    • Finish
      Short, on alcohol and grain.

  2. drkrylov scored this whisky 74 points Connoisseur

    LABEL 5 Scotch Whisky is made from a selection of the best grain and malt whiskies, including the GLEN MORAY Single Malt from the prestigious GLEN MORAY distillery. Founded in the 19th century, the distillery is located in Elgin in the Speyside region, lying along the River Lossie.

    All the stages in the blending and ageing of LABEL 5 Scotch Whisky take place at Bathgate in the heart of Scotland. Strict respect for traditional methods is ensured by Graham Coull, the Master Blender.LABEL 5 Scotch Whisky is aged slowly in oak casks, giving it a unique and incomparably mellow bouquet with smoky and fruity notes.

  3. drkrylov scored this whisky 74 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      80 80
    • Taste
      80 80
    • Finish
      60 60


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