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Johnnie Walker Masters of Flavour Aged 48 Years Blended Scotch Whisky, 750 mL

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Crafted using fleetingly rare whiskies from our four “ghost” distilleries of Port Dundas, Brora, Glen Albyn and Glenury Royal, Johnnie Walker Masters of Flavour Aged 48 Years Blended Scotch Whisky is a treasure unlike anything else. This very limited offering is presented in a beautiful Baccarat Crystal decanter and encased in a handmade wooden cabinet. With only 288 bottles made and only 40 bottles available in the U.S., this chef d'oeuvre is a true celebration of whisky craftsmanship.

Unique and robust, this special whisky begins with the aroma of soft and gentle smoke, complemented by notes of molasses. Flavors of rich fruit follow, while notes of cinnamon-infused apple and star anise blend with crushed peppercorn and warm oak embers. Waves of baked caramel and rich butterscotch shine through, followed by a gentle, warming smoke finish. This refined liquid is best enjoyed neat or with a dash of water.

Includes one 83 proof 750 mL bottle of Johnnie Walker Masters of Flavour Aged 48 Years Blended Scotch Whisky.

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Notes of Scent & Flavor

  • Nose

    Experience a soft and gentle smoke, reminiscent of salty air, gives way to rich dried fruits.
  • Palate

    Gentle spice with cinnamon infused apples, star anice, crushed peppercorn and warming oak embers.
  • Finish

    Caramel and rich butterscotch with gentle warming smoke.
  • Best enjoyed neat, or with a dash of water.

Crafted using fleetingly rare whiskies from our four “ghost” distilleries.


The year was 1819 and John Walker’s father had just died. Within the year, the family farm had been sold and the money used to set him with his own grocer’s shop in the thriving local town of Kilmarnock.

John had a natural gift for business. He also had a genius for whisky. In those days, most grocers stocked a line of single malts, but they were never all that consistent. This wasn’t good enough for John, who started blending them together, so his whisky tasted just as good every time.

When John finally passed away after a full and prosperous life in 1857, he left his son, Alexander, with a very healthy business. In 1867, he launched Johnnie Walker’s first commercial blend and called it ‘Old Highland Whisky’. Soon afterwards, Alexander began using the famous square bottle to reduce breakages and made sure much more of his whisky arrived intact at its destination. He also added the distinctive label, slanted at precisely 20 degrees, to make it stand out even further from the crowd.

In 1889, it was Alexander’s turn to pass on the Walker name, leaving the company to his sons, Alexander II and George - the former a master blender and the latter a master businessman. By 1920, Johnnie Walker whisky was in 120 countries.

Today, Johnnie Walker is the biggest whisky brand in the world and its slogan has been adopted and embraced everywhere, as a rallying cry for progress, as encouragement in adversity, as a joyful expression of optimism and as the best piece of advice you’re ever likely to hear.