Under the law of Hong Kong, intoxicating liquor must not be sold or supplied to a minor in the course of business.
This is a very stylish bottling of the revered Johnnie Walker Blue Label, made in collaboration with British design, Tom Dixon. It comes sporting a rather dashing label design and very shiny presentation case, with its copper colour chosen to reflect the use of copper still in whisky distillation. An homage, you might say.
United Kingdom (Scotland)
Nose: Fragrant with good body. Notes of oak, crisp spice, dried fruit, pastries. Berry fruits, aniseed, hints of cedar, a touch of spice and citrus.
Palate: Supple and balanced. Good toffee and hints of very wistful smoke. Chocolate, hints of grass and a good hit of malt.
Finish: Floral, oaky, good length, urged on by a plume of very well-kept, highland style smoke. Dried fruit, spice, honey.
Overall: One of the ultimate premium blends, Blue Label is a legend in its own right and will continue to be.