Johnnie Walker
Johnnie Walker
Keep Walking
Keep Walking
History and Heritage
Johnnie Walker
Liquid and Distillation
Liquid and Distillation
The Blending Process
We steep barley in water then spread it on the malting floor to germinate.
The barley is then dried, halting germination. Peat can be burned during this process, giving our signature smokiness to the barley.
Dried barley s milled to produce grist.
The grist is mixed with hot water in the mash tun, producting a sweet liquid called wort.
Yeast is added to the wort. The fermentation gives a beer-like liquid called wash.
We use traditional copper stills to distil the wash into high-strength malt spirit.
The flow of the spirit from the copper stills is controlled from the spirit safe.
Finally, we mature the spirit in oak barrels for at least three years until the spirit is at its most flavorful.
Interesting Facts
Johnnie Walker Scotch Whisky has been winning international quality awards since 1879.
in 1920, 100 years after origination, the brand was distributed in 120 countries. Today, it is found in almost 200 countries.
In 1934, John Walker & Sons was granted a Royal Warrant (which is still held today) to supply Whisky to the royal household.
Six botles of Johnnie Walker Blended Scotch Whisky are sold every second.
Johnnie and Ginger
Johnnie and Ginger

Enjoy the spicy and refreshing taste of Johnnie Walker Red Label with ginger. It's the perfect long drink for enjoying casual get-togethers with friends and family.

1.75 oz. JOHNNIE WALKER Red Label
3 oz. ginger ale
¼ shot squeezed lime
Slice of ginger

  • Fill glass with ice cubes.
  • Add Whisky and squeezed lime.
  • Fill to the top with ginger ale.
  • Garnish with a slice of ginger.


Johnnie Walker picked up 11 awards at the 2016 International Whisky Competition, including Jim Beveridge being awarded Master Blender for a second consecutive year—a first in the competition's history.