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Johnnie Walker 18 years old ABV 40% 1000ml

The whiskies in Johnnie Walker Aged 18 Years have been aged for at least 18 years. These whiskies were picked for their flavour and quality, and they combine notes of citrous and aromatic almonds with warm vanilla and a hint of tropical tangerines to create a superb balance of classic and current flavours. Johnnie Walker Aged 18 Years is a wonderful choice when you're looking for a whisky to make any event or celebration particularly special.
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