Swing was first launched in 1932 after inspiration for a bottle that fared transatlantic voyages, and the last bottle created by Alexander Walker II. Its “rockable” bottle is made up of about 35 whiskies most from the Speyside along with smaller quantities of both Highland and Islay malts for weight and character.
Johnnie Walker Swing
Johnnie Walker Swing, named for the rocking motion of a bottle when pushed, Johnnie Walker Swing has a rich gold colour, and taste with a light freshness that covers a deeper fruitiness with restrained smoke and oak flavours. An almost perfumed soft sweetness leads to a finish that is strong, smooth and sweet. Johnnie Walker Swing is complex and sophisticated in its own right.
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