Johnnie Walker Green vs Gold Label?

Which is better Green Label or Gold Label?

Johnnie Walker Gold Label or Green Label: which is better? Green Label is the better option for the whisky connosieur due to its more intense and deeper flavor profile. The smoky notes requires more familiarity to be fully enjoyed. Neither the Gold or the Green Label make good mixers.

Is Gold Label better than Black Label?

Both blends are fairly premium in their own right, although the Gold Label Reserve is placed much higher in terms of quality and pricing. Still, the Black Label blend is one of the world’s most popular blended Scotch whiskies.

Which Johnnie Walker label is better?

Johnnie Walker Blue

In terms of quality, the best Johnnie Walker label is Blue. Johnnie Walker Blue is the most coveted of the brand’s line of blended whiskies. However, Johnnie Walker Red is a best-seller and has won many awards.

Is Johnnie Walker Green Label better than blue?

Johnnie Blue is a delicious whisky well worth tasting at least once in a lifetime. If you are a price conscious buyer then go with the Green Label which despite not being an official single malt makes a terrific Scotch and the best Johnnie Walker whisky for the money.

Is Johnnie Walker Green Label discontinued?

Johnnie Walker brand owner Diageo discontinued Green Label globally in 2012 (except for Taiwan, where demand for blended malts is exceptionally strong), as part of a revamp of the range that saw the introduction of Gold Label Reserve and Platinum Label.

What is the difference between Johnnie Walker colors?

Like Green, Gold has a sweeter flavour profile, with vanilla and caramel being dominant, but there are also more complex and subtle flavours of heather honey and blossom. Blue label was introduced In 1992 and is Johnnie Walker’s premium blend.

Is Johnnie Walker Black better than gold?

On the nose, the Black is stronger and presents its familiar range of citrus, honey, and fruit. The Gold by comparison is quite soft. I notice the smoke and oak in the Gold more when compared directly to the more fruity and spicy Black. The Gold’s fruity side is more subtle when compared directly with the Black.

How Old Is Gold Label Johnnie Walker?

18 year old

A premium 18 year old blend from Johnnie Walker, Gold Label is a fruity, rich whisky with the Highland malt Clynelish at its heart.