Johnnie Walker Double Black is a full-bodied whisky, with an intense smoky character and layers of spice, inspired by our iconic Johnnie Walker Black Label. Strongly influenced by powerful West Coast and Island whiskies – it's an impressive choice and ideal for sharing, whatever the occasion.BUY NOW
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Take in the delicious scent of sweet smoke and cloves.
Relish the unmistakably peaty taste – rich with raisins, fresh apples and a tropical orange flavour combined with creamy vanilla.
Evolving to a wonderfully long, warming finish. The smoldering spice from oak-aged casks makes for a powerful and lingering smokiness.
Johnnie Walker Double Black was created by Master Blender Jim Beveridge as a darker, smokier interpretation of the world famous Johnnie Walker Black Label. Though it may be a relatively recent addition to the range, Johnnie Walker Double Black is already a classic.
Find a new way to enjoy your favourite Johnnie Walker whisky by exploring our whisky cocktails. Serve a measure of Scotch over ice, topped up with soda for a refreshing and universally popular Highball. Or put your stamp on a an Old Fashioned – the bar menu classic.
There's no end to the list of incredible combinations that can be made, so get creative with a bottle of Johnnie Walker and your preferred mixers, or have a look at our suggestions below.
Johnnie Walker Double Black is matured in heavily charred casks and uses a greater proportion of characterful West Coast and Island whiskies to elevate iconic flavours to a new level of intensity.
Discover the best ways to enjoy Johnnie Walker Double Black Label with our How to Drink Whisky guide.
Have you tried Johnnie Walker Black Label, the iconic blend? Created using only whiskies aged for a minimum of 12 years, it's unmistakably smooth, deep and complex – perfect for special occasions.
Have you tried Johnnie Walker Green Label? Our unique combination of four styles of matured malt whiskies: Speyside, Highland, Lowland and the Scottish Islands, with a depth of flavour not found in any one, single malt.