Walker’s story began in Kilmarnock, Scotland, a humble beginning for what would later become a global dynasty. As a young man, Walker left the family farm to follow his entrepreneurial spirit. He became a grocer, trading a wide variety of goods; tea was his specialty. It was his skill at blending tea leaves that gave Walker the idea for blending grain and malt whiskies to create a smoother drink and more consistent quality.
Walker’s son Alexander continued to build the family Scotch Dynasty, when he joined the family business in 1856. Advertising had not yet caught on as a marketing vehicle, so Walker turned to other means to make the product memorable to consumers. In 1867, Alexander registered his signature black and gold slanting label, a design that is strikingly similar to the present Black Label®. When copyrights became available in 1876, Walker added that measure of protection. By that time, Walker's whisky was already in its characteristic and revolutionary square bottle.
Upon his death in 1889, Alexander Walker passed on the business to his three sons: John, George Paterson and Alexander II. It was Alexander II who continued the family expertise in blending, while George bears responsibility for the marketing innovation that endures today.
Johnnie Walker Green Label 15 Year Reserve is a BLENDED MALT, a unique combination of different 15 Year single malts, which create a well balanced flavour. These single malt whiskies represent the key components of Green Label: Talisker, Linkwood, Cragganmore and Caol Ila
| Brand||GREEN LABEL|
| Size||70 CL|
| Type||Blended Malt|
| Alcohol Content||43%|
| Reserve||15 Years|
| Product Dimensions||32 x 9 x 9 cm|
| Storage Instructions||Cool and dry conditions|
| Manufacturer/Producer||John Walker & Sons|
| Country Produced in||Scotland|
| 1 Liter Proportion EUR||57,07|