johnnie walker [john walker ] is it any good how many years is it aged and how much dose it cost?
- injanierLv 77 years agoFavourite answer
Johnnie makes a number of different blends. It's quality whisky (except maybe Red Label), though to my taste there are better ones for the money. Black Label is 12 years old, Green is 15, and Platinum 18. None of the other blends state an age. This is not unusual for blends, as the stated age must be that of the youngest whisky in the blend. Blue Label is reputed to contain some whiskies that are have been aged for decades. All Scotch whisky must be barrel aged for at least three years.
- A Turd SandwichLv 67 years ago
Johnnie Walker makes a number of different whiskeys. All of them are blended scotch whiskey. In general, I'm not a fan of Johnnie Walker. You can get much better whiskey for the money. Red label is the cheapest, which I wouldn't drink except maybe in a mixer. If I remember correctly, black label is aged 10 years. It is the most popular whiskey of theirs. Then you've got platinum label which I believe is 15 years? And then blue label which is like a $150 bottle.
- 7 years ago
johnnie walker a few whiskey which are cateorizer under scotch whiskey they are j walker red, blue, blue special edition, blue king george version, green, gold, black, double black, swing
they all have different aged years and the blue"s is the most expensive sbout $200 and even moreSource(s): wine & liquor expert