Let's face it, Johnnie Walker isn't overly popular among Single Malt drinkers. With that being said, Green Label has always been the exception to the rule. Fresh fruits, notably green apples and mango, dominate the nose while the peat is more suggested than imposed. The taste is measured and well-composed with a potpourri of sweet, aromatic and mildly peaty flavors. English breakfast tea, bitter honey and a dash of salt and pepper migrate into the moderate finish. A solid 15-year-old Blended Malt and arguably the best expression of the entire JW range.
RATING: 3.5/5.0 stars ≙ 84 pts → ABOVE AVERAGE