Johnnie Walker Blue Label Sydney City Edition 750ml
DescriptionReflecting on the brand's own 200-year journey, the Johnnie Walker marketing team are now gazing ahead to the next two centuries by launching a collection that reimagines how some of the world's leading cities will look in the future. This glimpse into the year 2220 brings us into a space where well known cityscapes and landmarks appear alongside incredible feats of geo-engineering, A.I empowerment and physics defying architecture. Featured cities include London, Hainan, Taipei, Mexico City, Seoul, Bangkok, Berlin, Singapore, Mars and, of course, our very own Sydney. Each design was created in collaboration with London-based digital artist and creative powerhouse, Luke Halls. His illustration of 23rd century Sydney embodies the theme of geo-engineered cities, envisioning an explosion of tropical and exotic plant cultivation that has created stunning floating garden islands in the harbour – gigantic exotic plants and trees provide both an unmissable tourist attraction and act as the lungs of the city, keeping its air clean and pure. Its skyline of familiar and new architecture is a green oasis with living walls and rooftop gardens. A truly clean city, all of Sydney’s power comes from a combination of hydro and solar energy capture. As ever, the harbour and surrounding waters are filled with water taxis and hyper light sailing boats which dart through the waves. In order to augment the experience, you can be further transported into the world of 2220 by scanning the front of the bottle with your smartphone. 40% Alc./Vol.
Tasting NotesThe intricate illustration of the future is matched by the rare whiskies and two centuries of craft that creates the remarkable depth of flavour found in every bottle of the velvety smooth Johnnie Walker Blue Label. Inside every bottle of Johnnie Walker Blue Label are remarkably rare, handpicked single malt and grain whiskies from the four corners of Scotland, each bringing unique flavours and distinctive character of their own.
|Alcohol By Volume||40.0%|
|Country of Origin||Scotland|