Johnnie Walker King George V is a blend created in 1934, in tribute to King George's conferral of a Royal License to Johnnie Walker & Sons. This special blend includes Cardhu, Lochnagar malts and very aged grain whiskeys, especially Port Ellen, which closed its doors in 1983.

in 2015 International Whiskey Competition Winner of the "Whiskey of the Year" and "Best Blend" awards, the expression is a dazzling whiskey with its magnificent box and bottle. The legendary head blender of the brand in the box Jim Beveridge A signed letter is also included.

In my article where I explained the Johnnie Walker brand in all its details from the day it was founded to the present day. from this link .

Johnnie Walker King George V (Blended, 43% abv)

Nose: It looks very fresh and elegant with the scents of apple, pear, dried fruit, chocolate, vanilla, hazelnut and oak. It is also possible to get very light sooty odors.

Palate: Vanilla, caramel, honey, oak and again very light soot. I can say that it is a little more spicy compared to the nose. The harmony of fruity and spicy flavors is nice. Full and smooth drink.

Finish: Fruity, spicy and slightly sooty, long finish.

Overall: Johnnie Walker King George V makes you feel that it is a special whiskey with its flavor as well as its story and bottle. An easy-drinking, full-bodied blend with fruity, spicy and very, very light sooty flavors.

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Johnnie Walker King George V
An easy-drinking, full-bodied blend with fruity, spicy and very, very light sooty flavors.
Nose88%
Palate88%
Finish87%
Overall87%
88%Overall Score
Reader Rating: (30 Votes)
69%

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