Johnnie Walker Double Black with Brad, Chris & Junior

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Johnnie Walk Double Black is not twice as good as the regular Black Label. In fact, whatever taste Black is, it seems a lot like this has less of it. It claims to be peatier and aged in more-charred barrels or something, but that is not what we got from it. If anything it seemed a little more accessible to our novice whisky fan.

Simon – somehow smells less black, thin, apples
Brad – subtle sweet, pear & how my room smelled at 13
Chris – very faint, hint of gasoline
Junior – smells like maple, good on a fall day maybe, leaves from a maple tree

Simon – applewood but bitter, not much burn but not much flavour either
Brad – candy apple
Chris – gasoline, a bit weak, fruity, smooth
Junior – not very smooth, stings the tongue a little

Simon – bitter, hot, no chest heat
Brad – hum on the back of the tongue, lasts long
Chris – really good, delicious, warm, like a hot pie
Junior – heat in upper chest, takes a while to clear

Simon – sweeter & woodier, bigger burn but not really better
Brad – opens up the peat, took out the sweet
Chris – watered down, strong soda, fruity
Junior – smokey, much more pleasant, i feel warm

Simon – 5.5/10
Brad – 5/10
Chris – 7.5/10
Junior – 7/10

Johnnie Walker Double Black Blended Scotch – 40% 50ml – $75.75 – Scotland

Try it? No. Buy it? Nope

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